Faculty members Brenda Mitchell and Melissa Culp spearheaded Community Conversations more than a year ago as a forum for DAHS students, faculty and staff to voice their concerns and opinions about campus issues. These monthly sessions are an extension of a University-wide diversity and inclusion initiative and are designed to promote empathy and understanding in a safe environmen … Continued
Some critical meetings may soon be held in person, but how well do they work with social distancing? Patricia Johnson, a DAHS doctor of audiology and assistant professor, shares some tips in Korn Ferry’s “Briefings” Magazine.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded Katarina Haley and Adam Jacks, in the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences, a $3 million, five-year R01 research project grant to study speech production disorders following a stroke. The project will help researchers and clinicians define diagnostic profiles to enhance patient care. “Speech-language pathologists who work with stro … Continued
The American Academy of Audiology Foundation has selected third-year Doctor of Audiology student Meredith Braza as a recipient of its Continued Achievement Scholarship. The selection process includes a review of the nominee’s academic record, letters of recommendation, and clearly articulated professional aspirations which in Braza’s case include a special interest in working wit … Continued