Four audio engineering technology faculty from the College of Entertainment and Music Business (CEMB) presented at the Audio Engineering Society’s (AES) 50th Audio Education Conference held at Middle Tennessee State University in July. Dr. Wesley Bulla, CEMB dean, participated in the panel, “Accreditation, Certification and Licensure: A Place in Audio Education?” and clarified the processes involved and shared what motivated CEMB to seek accreditation from the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). New faculty hire Doyuen Ko contributed his expertise to the panel discussion, “Towards a Systematic Ear-Training Curriculum: Effective and Efficient Learning in Audio Education.” AET Chair Dan Wujcik led a panel presentation on “Current Practices in the Delivery and Assessment of Internships in Audio Education,” exploring what institutions were doing at the public, private and non-profit and for-profit levels. Dr. David Tough presented a summary of research results from his doctoral dissertation as part of a panel titled, “Audio Education Report Card,” which was covered in ProSound News.
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