Eric Hung is Executive Director of the Music of Asian America Research Center (MAARC), and Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Maryland. His research on Asian American music, music and archives, music and trauma, community engagement, and public musicology has been published in leading journals, edited books, and encyclopedias. He is also an active pianist and conductor who has performed in Germany, Austria, Hong Kong, Australia, and throughout North America. Prior to joining the nonprofit world full-time, he was a tenured professor at Westminster Choir College of Rider University. He is co-director of the Westminster Chinese Music Ensemble and a long-time member of New York–based Gamelan Dharma Swara. Hung holds a Ph.D. in musicology from Stanford University and an MLIS in Archives and Digital Curation from the University of Maryland.