About the School
- Research Centers -
The School of Music is home to two University research centers. Centers are established within the University to coordinate and support research, service, and training activities that supplement and extend existing departmental and college programs. For more information on Research Centers and Institutes at USF see the Office of the Provost website.
The mission of The Center for Jazz Composition (CJC) is threefold: 1) to advance the understanding and appreciation of jazz composition; 2) to stimulate the creation, performance, and dissemination of new works and research; and 3) to unite and serve the national community of jazz composers. The CJC occupies a unique niche in its field - acknowledged for its leadership, innovation, and quality programming. Contact the CJC for more information.
The Center for Music Education Research (CMER) facilitates collaborations in music education research, recruits and develops researchers in music education, promotes international and cross-disciplinary understanding through music education research, and initiates and maintains scholarly exchanges among international music education programs and rellated disciplines. Contact CMER for more information.