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Sally Radell, Professor of Dance, holds an MA degree in choreography/Labanotation from The Ohio State University and an MFA degree in dance from Arizona State University. She came to Emory in 1987 to found a degree program in dance. The substantial growth of the program and success of this endeavor is one of her proudest professional accomplishments. Radell has been an active choreographer for over twenty-five years, has received numerous choreographic commissions and artist grants, and is a published dance critic. She is passionate about the integration of somatics and ways to promote healthy body image in the dance classroom and has explored these interests in pedagogical and traditional scholarly formats. Radell's teaching areas are modern and ballet technique, improvisation, composition, labanotation, and somatics. She is a member of the International Association of Dance Medicine & Science.