Assistant Professor of Music
Nancy Glen received her Doctor of Arts Degree in Music Education from the University of Northern Colorado following completion of a Master’s Degree in Music at UNC, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from Kent State University. During her doctoral studies at UNC, Dr. Glen was nominated for the “Dean’s Citation for Excellence”, and her dissertation was nominated for the “Outstanding Dissertation” award. She joins the UNC Music Education Faculty from California State University San Bernardino, where she taught classes in Music Education, Liberal Studies, Brass Methods, Applied Horn, Brass Ensemble, and Student Teacher Supervision. For her efforts in the use of technology in her university teaching, Dr. Glen was awarded Cal State San Bernardino’s Outstanding Originator in Distance Learning Award in 2009. Her research and teaching interests include arts/curriculum integration, as well as hybrid and online course delivery systems. Dr. Glen has presented at state music education conferences in California and Colorado, and at Mountain Lake Colloquium for Teachers of General Music Methods, in Pembroke, Virginia. Her writings have appeared in the Orff Echo, Colorado Music Educators Association Journal, and Music Educators Journal.