Peter Miksza, IU music education faculty member, was recently appointed to the editorial board of the Journal of Research in Music Education (JRME). The JRME is recognized internationally as one of the most often-cited, prestigious, and highly regarded research journals in the field. Board members are chosen from among a number of well-qualified candidates by peers on the JRME Editorial Committee, the Music Education Research Council (MERC), and the National Association for Music Education National Executive Board.
Miksza’s primary research interests lie in the investigation of music practicing, music teacher preparation, and policy analyses with large-scale data sets. He regularly presents papers at regional, national, and international research conferences and has articles and book chapters published in many prominent peer-reviewed publications, such as the Journal of Research in Music Education, the Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, Psychology of Music, Contributions to Music Education, Music Education Research International, and the Journal of Music Teacher Education.
Miksza also serves on the Advisory Committee of the Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, is an active participant in the Society for Music Teacher Education, and has served as a reviewer for the American Educational Research Association Music Education Special Interest Group. Miksza was also a recipient of the Outstanding Emerging Researcher Award issued by the Center for Music Education Research at the University of South Florida.