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NAMHE Annual Conference
Tue, May 2, 2017, 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM BST
Paid up member institutions of NAMHE may send two delegates free of charge; any additional delegates will be charged at £10 per person; Non-members will be charged £30 per head, redeemable against membership of NAMHE; All member departments may nominate a student to attend the conference free of charge. Payments should be made to the Treasurer on the day of the conference.
The conference will include a keynote address given by Professor Georgina Born, University of Oxford, entitled The Bifurcation of Music and Music Technology Degrees: Implications for Music in HE, and a keynote panel discussing institutional perspectives on the Teaching Excellence Framework, featuring the following issues:
Negotiating the TEF landscape: What gameboard do we play?
Institutional Choices and Chances: Performing snakes and ladders?
PostGrad Employability: Slippery ladders or slimy snakes?
BME perspectives on Music Higher Education
Throughout the day we will be displaying posters, and welcome submissions from any active researchers (Doctoral students particularly welcome). Titles may either (a) relate to any of the conference provocations, or (b) feature new and timely provocations evidenced from research projects relating to music in higher education or (c) feature new and timely contributions to the field of music education research.
Please send proposed title, a brief summary of the content (no more than 150 words), name and affiliation and contact information to Professor Pam Burnard, conference host and convenor at firstname.lastname@example.org, by 31 March 2017, with the subject line NAMHE one-day-conference POSTER SUBMISSION. You will be required to bring a hardcopy of your poster for display at the conference.