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Kenna Veronee

Dr. Kenna Veronee is an Assistant Professor of Music Education at the University of Louisiana Monroe where she teaches instrumental, elementary, and general music education courses.  Additionally, Dr. Veronee is the coordinator of both the Bachelor of Music in Music Education and Master of Music Education degree programs, serves as the academic advisor, and supervises first and second semester student teachers.
Dr. Veronee received her Doctor of Philosophy in Music Education, Master of Music Education, and Bachelor of Music Education from the Florida State University College of Music.  Before returning to graduate school, Dr. Veronee taught band, orchestra, music theory, and general music in the central Florida area.  
In addition to her teaching, Dr. Veronee is an active researcher and presenter.  Her work has been published in Research Perspectives in Music Education, the Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, and the Florida Music Director.  She has also presented at the International Society for Music Education Conference, the National Association for Music Education Conference, the Desert Skies Symposium on Research in Music Education, the Louisiana Music Educators Association Conference, the Texas Music Educators Association Conference, and the Florida Music Educators Association Conference.