Dr. Patricia Reeves
Coordinator of Music Education
Patricia Reeves, Coordinator of Music Education and Assistant Professor of Music, joined the Tennessee State University faculty in the fall of 2006. She received the B.M. degree from Jackson State University, M.S. in music education from Florida International University, and the Ph.D. in music education from the Florida State University, where she was a McKnight Doctoral Fellow. Additionally, she holds a Certificate in World Music from Florida State University and is certified in Orff-Schulwerk (Levels 1 and 2).
An elementary and general music specialist, Dr. Reeves began her teaching career in the public schools of Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. She is an active member of the Music Educators National Conference and the College Music Society, and has presented research at state, regional, and national conferences. Her academic interests include multicultural, world music, and musicological studies, historical research in music education, and elementary music pedagogy.
At TSU, Dr. Reeves teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in music education, is faculty advisor to the student chapter of MENC, and serves as faculty director of the Center for Music Learning and Technology.
Contact Dr. Reeves
PA 265, (615) 963-7785