- From Dr. Grace Baranek, Associate Chair for Research Fall2014/Winter 2015
- New UNC Study Investigates Parent-Mediated Intervention for Infants at Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Faculty and PhD Students Participate in Joint International Conference in Occupational Science
- Twelve RCP students Present at State Conference
- PhD Student Wins Erwick Roberts Early Career Award
- PhD Student Wins ASHA Scholarship
- Research Team Receives Editors’ Award from the American Journal of SLP
- Watson Graduates from Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars Program
- Student Spotlight: Ilana Levin
- Post-Doc Receives Meixner Fellowship from Autism Speaks
New UNC Study Investigates Parent-Mediated Intervention for Infants at Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder
A group of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill faculty members from the departments of Allied Health Sciences, Psychiatry, and Psychology including Drs. Grace Baranek, Linda Watson, Lauren Turner-Brown, Samuel Field, Elizabeth Crais, Linn Wakeford, Lauren Little, and J. Steven Reznick have authored a new article that will appear in the winter 2015 edition of the Autism Research and Treatment, a peer-reviewed, open access journal.
The 2014 Society for the Study of Occupation: USA, the Canadian Society of Occupational Scientists, and the International Society for Occupational Science Joint International Conference in Occupational Science, hosted by St. Catherine University, convened October 16-18 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Out of a class of 20 second-year students, 12 had poster presentations accepted in the NC Rehabilitation Association Annual Conference in Greenville, NC.
Speech and Hearing Sciences doctoral student Jessica Kinard was selected to receive the 2014 Joanne Erwick Roberts Early Career Award.
Nicole Corbin, a second-year Speech and Hearing Sciences PhD student, has been awarded a $5,000 ASHA Foundation Graduate Student Scholarship.
Speech and Hearing Sciences Professors Linda Watson and Betsy Crais, Occupational Science Professor Grace Baranek, and Speech and Hearing Sciences PhD graduates Jessica Dykstra and Kaitlyn Wilson authored an article that received the 2013 Editors’ Award from the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.