Rebecca Gose Enghauser performed with Garth Fagan Dance from 1988-1993, touring the US and abroad, including many colleges and universities, the Spoleto Festival, Carlton Dance Festival (Brazil), and New Zealand Festival of the Arts, and the world premiere of Griot New York, with collaborators Wynton Marsalis and Martin Puryear at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. She subsequently worked in arts education as a teaching artist and artistic design consultant for the Leonard Bernstein Center for Learning through the Arts in Nashville, TN, while also performing and producing her own choreography. Rebecca holds an M.F.A. in Dance from the University of Washington. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Dance at the University of Georgia, where she primarily teaches modern technique and directs the teacher certification program. Currently, she continues to perform, both regionally and nationally, as well as write for scholarly publication in dance education, primarily in the areas of motor learning and somatics.