Joelle Welling is an Assistant Professor and the Undergraduate Program Coordinator in the Department of Music at the University of Calgary. Twice the recipient of a U of C Teaching Excellence Award, Dr. Welling holds degrees from the University of Texas at Austin (Ph.D. – Music Theory), the University of Wisconsin-Madison (Music Theory), and the University of Colorado-Boulder (Voice Performance). She has taught music theory at both McGill University and the University of Texas and voice and choir at the Medicine Hat College Conservatory. In addition she has published articles in College Music Symposium and GAMUT and presented papers at conferences throughout Canada and the United States. Dr. Welling’s research interests include the relations between analysis and performance, text-music relations, late 19th/early 20th-century song, and music theory pedagogy. She is currently working on a study of songs by Canadian composer, Oskar Morawetz.