Marshall Haning is Assistant Professor of Music Education at the University of Florida, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in choral music education, quantitative research, and the history and philosophy of music education. Prior to arriving at UF, Dr. Haning taught collegiate courses at Case Western Reserve University and Miami University of Ohio. He also taught several secondary music courses in the public schools of North Carolina. Dr. Haning holds degrees from Case Western Reserve University, the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music, and Kent State University.
Dr. Haning's research interests include music education and music teacher education curricula, informal and nonformal approaches to music education, nonperformance music courses, and assessment in music education. He is well-published in scholarly journals including the Journal of Music Teacher Education, Contributions to Music Education, Visions of Research in Music Education, and the Bulletin for the Council for Research in Music Education, and is a frequent presenter at state, national, and international music education conferences. Dr. Haning is also frequently in demand as a choral clinician and adjudicator, and has served in this capacity across the United States as well as in Africa, Australia, and Europe.