Diane Cahill Bedford (MFA, BFA) serves as Clinical Associate Professor in the Dance Science Program at Texas A&M University. She holds an MFA in Dance Performance and Choreography (2010) and a BFA in Dance and English Literature, Magna Cum Laude (2003) from Florida State University. Her choreography has been accepted for performances in New York, Vermont, Florida, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Texas. Diane has presented on various aspects of dance pedagogy at conferences for the National Dance Educators Organization (NDEO), The International Association for Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS), CORPS de Ballet International, Texas Dance Improvisation Festival, National Dance Society, TAHPERD, and San Jacinto College. She has also authored a preliminary edition of a dance appreciation textbook titled Dance in Many Forms. Diane previously taught dance and directed Outreach Programming for Fort Wayne Ballet and Charleston Ballet Theatre. Additionally, she served as Professor of Dance at San Jacinto College South where she directed the San Jac Dance PAC before joining the TAMU Dance Program.