Assistant Professor Music
B.M., Youngstown State University, Dana School of Music
M.Ed., University of Central Florida
Ph.D., Oakland University
Sharon Davis has had diverse teaching experiences in elementary and secondary general music, choral and instrumental music in the United States and in International schools in Germany, Switzerland, and Singapore. She has published in the International Journal of Education and the Arts, Research Studies in Music Education, Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, and the International Journal of Music Education, Practice. Her contributions to edited books include Learning, teaching and musical identity: Voices from across cultures, Lucy Green (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of music education, Gary McPherson (Ed.), Musicianship: Composing in band and orchestra, Clint Randles and David Stringham (Ed.) and most recently for the second edition of The child as musician: A handbook of musical development, Gary McPherson (Ed.).
Davis, S. G. (2016). Children, popular music, and identity. In G. McPherson (Ed.), The Child as musician: A handbook of
musical development. (pp. 265-283). New York: Oxford.