About our Chapter
CNAfME is the Collegiate chapter of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME). Austin Peay's chapter includes instrumental and vocal music majors in education and performance. The chapter is actively involved in music education throughout the department, university, community, and state. NAfME students regularly host instrument petting zoos for local schools, help to organize APSU music outreach programs and events, raise funds for local music programs, and help to organize Tri-M chapters (high school music honor societies) in public schools. They also are regularly involved in local, regional, and national conferences including the State-wide Collegiate Kick-off Event, the NAfME National Conference, the Tennessee Music Education Association, and many others. In 2014, the APSU Collegiate chapter was a recipient of the NAfME Collegiate Chapter Growth Award.
Congratulations to these students who were elected as officers for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Mackenzie Kelly, President
Cheyenne Plank, VP of Membership
Cora Mayes, VP of Programming
Ben Hickson, Secretary
Trey Morris, Treasurer
Thanks to our 2016 - 2017 Chapter Officers for their year of service
Jill Vogel, President
Brittany White, Vice President (Programming)
Joseph Harness (Membership)
Mackenzie Kelly, Secretary
Cora Mayes, Treasurer
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APSU Students participate in the 2017 CNAfME Kick-Off in Murfreesboro
On Saturday, September 16, collegiate music majors from across the state participated in the anual CNAfME Kick-off event to gain pre-service professional development led by music educators from across the state.
Cheyenne Plank (in center of photo) was one of four Tennessee music education majors to attend the NafME National Advocacy Summitt in Washington DC, in the summer of 2017. Cheyenne is the third student from APSU to attend the advocacy summitt. Cheyenne is a junior music education major (clarinet).
Austin Ward: In the summer of 2016, APSU music education major, Austin Ward was one of three music students from Tennessee to attend the NAfME National Advocacy Summit in Washington D.C. This is the 2nd time in two years that an APSU student has attended this summit. Austin is from Lebanon, TN, and will graduate in May with a Bachelor of Music in Music Education. He is the 2016-2017 Treasurer for Tennessee's Collegiate NAfME chapter.
Davey Edmaiston: In the summer of 2015, APSU's immediate past-president of CNAfME, Davey Edmaiston, was one of four music students from Tennessee to participate in Hill Day: NAfME's National Advocacy Summitt in Washington. D.C. Davey (left) with Dr. Glenn Neirman (President of NAfME), with three other collegiate music students from Tennessee, standing outisde the office of Tennessee Senator, Lamar Alexander.