Dr. June Grice
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Dr. June Grice, Associate Professor, Music Education
Program/Dept: Music, Theatre and Dance
Degrees, Licensures and Certifications: PhD, University of Iowa
Bio "...it is the richness of musical experiences and their memories that make a good musician." Zoltan Kodaly MSU provides these experiences."
June Grice is the Music Education Coordinator at Morehead State University. Prior to this position, Dr. Grice was the Music Education Coordinator at Colorado State University. She received her master's and doctorate degrees from The University of Iowa. Dr. Grice was the founder and the coordinator of the Kodaly Institute of Colorado at Colorado State University. She developed a new master's program in Music Education with Kodaly Emphasis at Colorado State University and looks forward to an expansion of the master's program at MSU. Before Colorado State University, Dr. Grice was the Head of Music Education at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana. She has presented workshops on music methods, been a clinician at state conferences in West Virginia and Colorado, and has presented her research at the Colorado state conferences and national OAKE conferences. She presented her research on Kodaly programs in the United States at the International Kodaly Symposium in Britain in August, 2005. Dr. Grice was very involved in CMEA (Colorado Music Educators Association) as a board member, clinician, and Chair of the College/University Music Council (CUMC). Dr. Grice received her 25-Year Service Award at CMEA in 2004 and has taught at the elementary, junior high, high school, and University levels. Currently, Dr. Grice is active as a clinician and member of KMEA (Kentucky Music Educators Association) and looks forward to a continued working relationship with music educators in Kentucky.