School of Music
College of Performing and Visual Arts
Nancy L. Glen is an Assistant Professor of Music Education at the University of Northern Colorado. Her areas of specialization are elementary general music, interdisciplinary learning, development of teaching philosophy in music education majors, and development of a Senior Capstone Course in the BME degree program. She teaches courses in the Philosophy of Music Education, Psychology of Music Education, Elementary Music Methods, and the Senior Capstone Course for Music Education Majors. Dr. Glen holds Graduate Faculty and Teacher Education Faculty status, is Secretary of Faculty Senate and a member of numerous committees at the College and University level. She has been a Co-Chair for the Criterion 4 Committee for the UNC Higher Learning Commission Self-Study, and facilitated a Schulze Interdisciplinary Speakers Program in April 2012, featuring Dr. Janet R. Barrett, a nationally known Music Educator from Northwestern University in Chicago.
Dr. Glen is a member of the Advisory Board for Music Educators Journal, and has recently presented at the 2015 Hawaii International Conference of Arts and Humanities, the 2014 Canadian Music Educators Association/Canadian Music Industry Conference “Soundscapes”, the 2014 National Association for Music Education National Research Conference, and the 2014 St. Augustine Symposium on the History of Music Education. Her article: ‘Where Do I Go From Here: Developing a Senior Capstone Course for Music Education Majors” appears in the current issue of Contributions to Music Education Journal.