Save the dates and join us in Murfreesboro and Nashville, Tennessee, for three days of workshops, papers and events focused on audio education, including curricular resources, teaching strategies and professional development for—and from--industry trainers, faculty and staff who are active instructors at the high-school, undergraduate, graduate and professional levels.
It's been six years since MTSU hosted the first AES Education Conference in the summer of 2013. The pace of industrial, technical and social change has only accelerated since then. Let's get together, reconnect and learn from each other!
Information for potential authors
Please follow the Call for Contributions link above. Updated proposal deadline: February 17, 2020.
Note from the Co-Chairs: Thank you for the excellent collection of paper proposals and workshop suggestions that we've received so far! To keep the momentum going and maximize the diversity of content, we've extended the abstract/paper submission deadline from January 15 to February 17, 2020. If your winter/spring semester is just beginning, think about the lesson's learned from the fall and what new ideas or research you're pursuing this year—and please consider sharing your experience as a paper or poster this summer.
Murfreesboro is approximately 30 miles southeast of Nashville, an internationally recognized center for music and recording. Nashville International Airport (BNA) is served by all major domestic airlines and provides connections to all international hubs on the U.S. East and West Coasts. The Recording Industry and Audio Production programs at Middle Tennessee State University were founded in 1973 and are currently housed in state of the art facilities in MTSU's College of Media and Entertainment. In addition to program events at MTSU, the conference will include unique demonstrations in the Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business at Belmont University and social events in Nashville and Murfreesboro that allow attendees to interact in informal settings while enjoying the unique flavor of Middle Tennessee's music and entertainment scene.