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  • Roush and McComish Awarded $1.3 Million to Prepare Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists to Serve Children with Hearing Loss and Developmental Disabilities

    Jackson Roush, PhD, and Cara McComish, PhD, both from the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences, have received two federally funded training grants totaling $1.3 million. The four-year grants will prepare future audiologists and speech-language pathologists to work with children who have autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities, in addition to hearing loss.

  • Division of Physical Therapy students Erica Ghigliotty and Deanna Sipes are introduced at the 2018 Difference Matters luncheon.

    Difference Matters: Fall 2018

    The Department of Allied Health Sciences student ambassadors hosted its Difference Matters luncheon, an annual event open to students from all disciplines. This year’s talk was titled “The Importance of Diversity and Inclusion in Health Care and Research.” Division of Physical Therapy students Erica Ghigliotty and Deanna Sipes led the presentation and spoke about the lack of diversity in health care research.

  • Megan Bartoshuk, AuD student

    Bartoshuk Receives Scholarship from American Academy of Audiology

    Second-year audiology student Megan Bartoshuk has received the American Academy of Audiology Foundation’s Empowering Students Scholarship. This scholarship, which includes a $5,000 award, is presented annually to five students among nominees across the United States for academic excellence and exceptional promise as a clinical audiologist.

 

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