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Ears Ringing? Here’s Why and What You Can Do

April 25, 2021

“If you’ve ever been to a loud concert or sporting event and left with a ringing or buzzing in your ears, you experienced a common condition called tinnitus. About 50 million Americans have experienced tinnitus, and about 20 million have a form severe enough that it can disrupt their quality of life,” writes Patricia Johnson … Continued

Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences PhD Student Stacey Kane Receives $10,000 Scholarship from the ASHFoundation

January 12, 2021

Stacey Kane, a PhD student in the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences, has received a $10,000 American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarship. The award was conferred during the ASHFoundation’s virtual awards ceremony held on November 21, 2020. The scholarship supports doctoral students who are committed to a teacher-investigator career in communication sciences and disorders … Continued

The Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences welcomes Jessica Steinbrenner ’04 (’13 PhD) as Newest Faculty Member

December 8, 2020

The Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences, housed in the Department of Allied Health Sciences, announces Jessica Steinbrenner ’04 (’13 PhD) as its newest faculty member. Steinbrenner comes to the division following seven years as a research scientist at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, where she researched autism spectrum disorder, with a focus on school-based interventions. … Continued

Focus Carolina Podcast: Patricia Johnson

November 2, 2020

With masks mandated in many areas during the pandemic, audiologist Patricia Johnson offers practical advice for communicating effectively and remaining safe.