BiographyVictoria Warnet is an assistant professor of music education at Columbus State University. Dr. Warnet received her Ph.D., master’s, and bachelor’s degrees in Music Education from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida.
Prior to her appointment at Columbus State University, Dr. Warnet served as an Adjunct Professor of Music Education at Indiana State University while completing her graduate work. Before returning to graduate school, she was the Director of Bands at Tavares Middle School and the Associate Director of Bands at Tavares High School in the central Florida area.
Dr. Warnet has conducted research in effective teaching, jazz pedagogy, teacher training, and teaching students with exceptionalities. She has presented educational and research sessions at regional, national, and international venues, including the NAfME Music Research and Teacher Education National Conference, Florida Music Education Association Professional Development Conference, the Very Special Arts Conference, the Special Music Education and Music Therapy Pre-Conference Seminar for the International Society for Music Education World Conference, and the Desert Skies Symposium on Research in Music Education. The results of her research are published in refereed journals, including the Journal of Research in Music Education, Journal of Band Research, Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, Update: Applications of Research in Music Education, Research Perspectives in Music Education, Approaches: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Music Therapy, the Florida Music Director, and the ArkMEA Journal. Currently, Dr. Warnet is also serving as the Communications Chair for the International Society for Music Education’s Music in Special Education and Music Therapy Commission. In addition to her roles as a researcher and educator, Dr. Warnet maintains an active agenda as a drill writer, clinician, adjudicator, and guest clinician nationally.