Ann Hicks
Ann Hicks
Associate Teaching Professor of Music Education


Room:MU 203

Ann M. Hicks teaches music education at Ball State University. Prior to obtaining her current teaching position, she taught instrumental music for grades 5-12 in Iowa, as well as taught at the university level at Ball State University and The Ohio State University. Dr. Hicks holds a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Iowa State University, a Master of Music Education and Clarinet Performance degree from Ball State University, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree from The Ohio State University. At Ball State, she teaches undergraduate music education courses in woodwind techniques, introduction to music education, and supervises students’ field experiences.

Dr. Hicks’ research interests include teaching instrumental music in rural school districts, recruiting teachers to teach instrumental music in rural school districts, and parallels found between rural and urban instrumental music education. Additionally, Dr. Hicks is actively involved in making music in the Muncie and surrounding communities through performing with community bands, directing bell choirs, and maintaining a private studio.

Course Schedule
Course No. Section Times Days Location
Woodwind Techniques 252 1 1100 - 1150 M W MU, room 405
Woodwind Techniques 252 2 1400 - 1450 M W MU, room 405
Contemporary Issues 350 1 0800 - 0850 F MU, room 405
Contemporary Issues 350 1 0800 - 1045 T R AC, room 208
Music Teaching and L 610 800 0000 - 0000