Julie Kling

Dr. Julie Kling

Adjunct FacultyMusic


  • Graduate Certificate in Instructional Design - UW-Stout
  • Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning - UW-Stout 
  • Quality Matters Peer Reviewer and Facilitator 
  • Developmental Education/Adult Learning Certificate - Kellogg Institute, Appalachian State University 
  • D., Adult Education, GTF M.A.L.A. - Methodist Theological School in Ohio 
  • M.Div., McCormick, Chicago M.P.S. - Loyola University-Chicago 
  • Robert Pace Piano Teaching Certification - Penn State University 
  • Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts, Major: Music - Lock Haven University

Professional organizations:

  • National Association for Developmental Education - Research Committee Chair
  • Ohio Association for Developmental Education
  • Association for Talent Development

Publications or Presentations:

  • "Mentoring and Supporting New Instructional Designers" Co-Presentation with Christine Melland at Distance Teaching and Learning Conference
  • "Blended, Online or Face-to-Face? Assuring Non-traditional Learner Success", Distance Teaching and Learning Conference 
  • "Blended Learning and Service Learning: Challenges, Solutions, and Lessons Learned" Quality Matters Ohio Consortium Meeting 
  • "Helping Your Adjuncts Reach Their Star Potential" and "Professional Development Resources: A Mosaic of Opportunities" Co-Presentations with Patti Eney, NADE
  • "Telling the Story: Communicating Local History in Contemporary Culture Through First Person Narrative" at OADE, NISOD, and ALHFAM

Why did you enter the teaching profession?

I have always wanted to teach. I enjoy learning and sharing what I learn. I also believe we learn from others. Lifelong learner! I originally taught K-12 and now I'm in higher education.

What do you like most about your field?

The diversity of students that take arts, humanities, and philosophy classes.

Fun facts:

Enjoy technology, reading, and community theater.