Jui-Ching Wang, D.M.A.
Associate Professor, Music Education and World Music
Jui-Ching Wang is associate professor at Northern Illinois University where she teaches music education and world music courses. She also coordinates world music ensembles, such as the Chinese music ensemble, Indonesian gamelan ensemble and Middle Eastern music ensemble. As a clinician advocating the study of music as culture, she has provided training and demonstrations for in-service teachers and students to help them expand their cultural horizons through music. To promote the teaching of world music in the 21st century, she organized and chaired the 2015 Teaching World Music Symposium. The symposium was attended by more than 120 participants from seven countries. As a Fulbright Senior Scholar in 2016-17, she studied dolanan anak (Javanese children's singing games) in Yogyakarta.
Doctor of Musical Arts in music education, Arizona State University (ASU), Tempe, AZ, December 2007.
Master of Music in piano performance and pedagogy, Northern Illinois University (NIU), DeKalb, IL, May 1998.
Master of Music in music education, NIU, May 1997.
Bachelor of Fine Arts in music, Soochow University, Taipei, Taiwan, June 1993.