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Upcoming Events

Science of Music Seminar: Attend the weekly seminar and public lecture series, Science of Music, each Wednesday, from 12-1 pm, in Light Hall 208 on the Vanderbilt Medical Center campus.

Weekly Research Forum & Seminar Receptions: A research forum is offered each week in Light Hall 208, following the Science of Music seminar, to facilitate discussion and networking among music researchers, community members and our weekly guest speaker.

Monthly Music Research Design Clinics: Drop-in and meet with music researchers to learn about current research projects, solicit feedback on research ideas, and explore potential collaborations with fellow researchers in the field.

Pace, Pitch and Rhythm – the Essentials to Conducting Music Treatment Research: In April, 2016, we will offer a workshop to bring together treatment researchers from musical and non-musical fields to enhance the methodology, design, and funding applications for incorporating music in treatment studies for language, social, cognitive, emotional, and motor outcomes.


Music, Mind & Society Newsletter Download our Music, Mind & Society February Newsletter!

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The Program for Music, Mind and Society at Vanderbilt is featured in February’s music issue of The Compass, the newsletter for the Tennessee Disability Pathfinder.

Nashville Scene Cover Story Program for Music, Mind & Society is featured on the cover of the Nashville Scene!

Past Events

The Program for Music, Mind & Society held a winter reception at The Curb Center on January 26, 2016, to celebrate the program’s successes to date and discuss current and future initiatives. Faculty, staff, students and community members attended the event.

Vanderbilt hosted the Society for Music Cognition and Perception (SMPC) conference from August 1-5, 2015. The conference began with our exciting Vanderbilt Music and Mind Kickoff to SMPC at the beautiful Ingram Hall at the Blair School of Music on August 1, and then continued at the Scarritt Bennett Center on August 2 through 5.
























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