Tyson Harmon, a doctoral student at UNC-Chapel Hill, received a $5,000 American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation Graduate Student Scholarship during the 2015 convention, held in Denver, Colorado.
UNC-Chapel Hill Clinical Doctorate of Audiology (AuD) students Mark Moore and Sarah Obarowski earned first place honors at the 2015 Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA) Student Business Plan Competition.
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.
Dr. Linda Watson, Professor, graduated from the Carolina Center for Public Service’s Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars Program in August.
The Center for Literacy and Disability Studies (CLDS) has been awarded $2.5 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education, for Project Core, an Educational Technology, Media, and Materials for Individuals with Disabilities–Stepping-Up Technology Implementation grant.
Dr. Elizabeth Crais, Professor, has been appointed by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association to chair the Academic Affairs Board starting in 2015.
Dr. Emily Buss received the first Robert W. Peters Award for Excellence in Research Mentoring at the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences Commencement in May.
The sixth annual Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences Student Research Day was held April 25 in the Bioinformatics Building on UNC’s campus.
Sadie Schwarz, a UNC Doctor of Audiology (AuD) student, received an Audiology/Hearing Science Research Travel Award to attend the 2013 ASHA Convention in Chicago last November.
The UNC Chapel Hill Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences was well represented at the North Carolina Speech Hearing and Language Association (NCSHLA) annual awards dinner on March 20, 2014, in Raleigh.
The Carolina Center for Public Service has awarded a Community Engagement Fellowship to an interdisciplinary team of student researchers from the Department of Allied Health Sciences: Tyson Harmon (PhD student in the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences), Mei-Ling Lin (PhD student in the Division of Occupational Science), and Gabrielle Scronce (DPT student in the Division of Physical Therapy).
Three Health Sciences Library (HSL) librarians and Lori Leibold, PhD, Associate Professor in the Department of Allied Health Sciences, successfully earned funding for a National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Library of Medicine (NLM) Administrative Supplement.
The Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences hosted the 2014 David E. Yoder Symposium on March 28 at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill. The all-day session, titled “Combining Literacy and Language Intervention of Young Children,” was led by Dr. Laura Justice, Executive Director of the Children’s Learning Research Collaborative and EHE Distinguished Professor at The Ohio State University.
The Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences welcomes two new faculty.
Thomas A. Page, MS, CCC-SLP, Class of 2001, and current Speech and Hearing Sciences PhD student, was awarded a New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarship from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation in the fall of 2013.
Dr. Linda Watson, Professor, has been named a fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Millicent Blair Arnett, MS-SLP Class of 2002, died May 22, 2013. Below, Department of Allied Health Sciences Associate Chair for Student Services and AHEC Operations Brenda Everett Mitchell, UNC MS-SLP alumna Heather Petrusa, and current MS-SLP student Chanel Blaylock share their reflections about Millicent.
The 2012-2013 academic year was again filled with many accomplishments.