Jason M. Silveira
Currently, Dr. Silveira teaches a variety of music education classes at the University of Oregon, and is also the conductor of the University of Oregon Wind Symphony. His research interests include music perception and cognition, psychology of music, teacher effectiveness, social justice, psychophysiological responses to music, and social justice. He has presented research at several national and international venues, including the International Society for Music Education Conference, European Association for Music in Schools, the German Music Education Association, National Association for Music Education Conference, the Society for Music Perception and Cognition Conference, International Symposium on Assessment in Music Education, Oregon Music Education Association Conference, New York State School Music Association Conference, Texas Music Educators Association Conference, and the Desert Skies Symposium on Research in Music Education. Dr. Silveira has been published in Journal of Research in Music Education, International Journal of Music Education, Psychology of Music, Journal of Music Teacher Education, Contributions to Music Education, Music Educators Journal, Research Perspectives in Music Education, and the Oregon Music Educator.
Dr. Silveira has also served as guest lecturer/clinician/conductor throughout Oregon, New York, and New England. Prior to his appointment at the University of Oregon, Dr. Silveira was an assistant professor at Ithaca College where he taught music education classes and also conducted the Ithaca College Concert Band. Dr. Silveira was also a public school music teacher in the state of Rhode Island, and twice received citations from the governor for promoting excellence in music education. While teaching in Rhode Island, his groups frequently performed at state, regional, and national festivals.
Dr. Silveira is a member of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), the International Society for Music Education (ISME), the College Music Society (CMS), the Society for Music Perception and Cognition (SMPC), the Society for Research in Music Education (SRME), SEMPRE: The Society for Education, Music, and Psychology Research, the College Band Directors’ National Association (CBDNA), and is an honorary member of Kappa Kappa Psi, the national honorary band fraternity. He also served as Chair of the Affective Response Special Research Interest Group for the National Association for Music Education, and currently is Chair-elect of the Perception and Cognition Special Research Interest Group for NAfME. Additionally, Dr. Silveira serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Research in Music Education, and has served as an invited reviewer for Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, Journal of Homosexuality, Psychology of Music, International Journal of Music Education, Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, and the National Association for Music Education.