Michele Henry is Professor of Choral Music Education and Division Director for Music Education. A member of the Baylor faculty since 2001, she teaches a choral methods and music education courses and supervises student teachers. She advises the Baylor University Music Educators Association and coordinates the annual Baylor Women's Choir Festival. A specialist in vocal sight-reading materials, techniques, and assessment, Dr. Henry is published widely within the music education literature, and regularly presents her research findings regionally, nationally, and internationally. She has developed an individualized vocal sight-reading test that can be used by classroom educators, as well as researchers. Dr. Henry recently served as the College Division Vice-President for the Texas Music Educators Association, and is on the editorial boards for TMEA and TMEC research journals, and The Southwestern Musician. Dr. Henry holds degrees from the University of Minnesota (PhD), the University of North Texas (MME), and Oklahoma Baptist University (BME). Prior to coming to Baylor, she taught at Malone University, Belmont University, and Wright Middle School in Nashville, TN.