Mary Helen Hoque Development and Recognition Graduate Assistant
Bldg: North Instructional Plaza
Mary Helen Hoque works to plan and support programming for graduate teaching assistants. She assists primarily with TA Orientation, the Future Faculty Fellowship Program, and development workshops for TAs across the university.
Mary Helen Hoque is a Ph.D. student in Musicology at The University of Georgia. She received her Master of Arts in Musicology from UGA and her Bachelor of Arts in Vocal Performance from Piedmont College. While her previous work explored 19th-century American music, including American operetta and music of the Reconstruction South, her current research engages with American music of the 21st century, particularly ideas of collaborative and collective composition and “new music” ecosystems. She has a certificate in Women’s Studies and is currently pursuing the Graduate School’s Interdisciplinary University Teaching Certificate. Mary Helen served as GTA and Instructor of Record for undergraduate music history classes at UGA from 2013 to 2017 and was a Future Faculty Fellow in 2016-2017.
Mary Helen enjoys cooking, practicing yoga with friends, reading Margaret Atwood and Kahlil Gibran, and keeping up with her two dogs, Pal and Henry.