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Mark Kiehn

Mark Kiehn
Associate Professor
SA 211
(920) 465-2057

Education: Ph.D. University of Colorado-Boulder; M.M.E. University of Colorado-Boulder; B.A. Adams State College.

Dr. Mark Kiehn is a faculty member of the Music Discipline, Professional Program in Education, and Graduate Program in Education at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. He is active in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning initiatives through a University of Wisconsin-System appointment to the Wisconsin Teaching Scholar program; and at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay through the Teaching Scholar I and Teaching Scholar II programs.

Dr. Kiehn's professional service includes continuing work on the editorial board of the Journal of Education and Human Development and active membership on MENC Special Research Interest Groups in creative thinking, cognitive development, music learning assessment, and teaching special learners. Dr. Kiehn has recently authored peer-reviewed articles through the Carnegie Foundation, Journal of Research in Music Education, and Journal of Education and Human Development.

Professor Kiehn was invited as both a guest conductor ("Essay for Six Trumpets" by R. McGregor) and trumpet performer ("Triforium" by B. Andre, "Music from the Royal Fireworks" by G. F. Handel) at the 2003 International Trumpet Guild conference. He was an educator in the K-12 public school system for 15 years teaching instrumental music, vocal music, visual art, and physical education. Dr. Kiehn founded youth choirs in Colorado and Texas, and served as Associate Director of the Green Bay Boy Choir in Wisconsin. He currently serves the state of Wisconsin as a DPI Certified Examiner of professional development plans, educational consultant for the public schools, and music adjudicator/clinician.