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Jeremy (子豪) Yuan is a pioneering advocate for gender inclusivity in dance education, challenging traditional norms through research and advocacy. With a diverse background spanning dance education, performance, choreography, and research, Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Dance from the Shanghai Theatre Academy (2016) and a Master of Fine Arts in Dance from the University of Washington (2024). Now, as a doctoral student in the Dance Education program at Teachers College, Columbia University, Jeremy serves as a doctoral lecturer, performer, and researcher, dedicating his work to reshaping the landscape of dance education.

Jeremy's mission is to break down barriers and create an inclusive environment where individuals of all genders can fully express themselves. Through scholarly inquiry and artistic endeavors, he champions the belief that dance should transcend binary constructs of gender, serving as a catalyst for societal transformation. Jeremy's vision extends beyond academia, permeating his teaching philosophy and artistic practice, as he strives to empower dancers to explore their authentic selves. With unwavering dedication, Jeremy emerges as a beacon of hope, leading the charge towards a more equitable and inclusive future for dance education.

Photo by: Molly Chen

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