What is SSENT?
The Student Society for Ethnomusicology at North Texas is open to all UNT graduate and junior/senior undergraduate students. The purpose of SSENT is to promote a diversified understanding of music making in world cultures through education, service, and performance. Every academic year, the organization hosts a "Hear the World" concert, which is organized entirely by its student members with the assistance of SSENT's faculty advisor, Professor Steven Friedson. Other activities include student-led cultural events, information/research panels to explore the discipline of ethnomusicology and support student research, and promoting performances of UNT world music ensembles.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all in-person events and meetings are currently suspended until further notice.
All SSENT meetings will be held remotely via Zoom in the meantime.
UPCOMING SSENT MEETINGS:
January 22, 2021. 2:30pm. Zoom.
February 19, 2021. 2:30pm. Zoom.
March 26, 2021. 2:30pm. Zoom.
April 16, 2021. 2:30pm. Zoom.
If you are interested in joining SSENT, please email your contact information, including your name and year/major, to the organization through OrgSync.
President | Salvador Hernandez
Vice President | Myles McLean
Secretary | Dani Van Oort
Treasurer | Yuxin Mei
Webmaster | Miguel Espinel
Program Coordinator | Nate Ash-Morgan
Lecture Committee Representative | Stacey Key
Hear the World Concert
The Hear the World concert usually takes place in the Spring semester of each year. More information coming when available.
Constitution and Bylaws
Click here for the SSENT Constitution and Bylaws (revised November 2019).