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In 2019, during the eleventh annual Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences Student Research Day, we heard oral presentations from our first and second year Ph.D students.

First Year Ph.D. Student
Research Study Title
Liz Jaramillo Developing an Authentic Measure of Spanish Language Grammar and Narrative Language Development in Guatemala
Julia Yi The Language and Literacy Profiles of Students at an Adult Literacy Center
Kevin Cunningham New frontiers in discourse analysis: The rise of automation
Stacey Goebel Kane Estimating Spectral Ripple Resolution in Children and Adults


Second Year Ph.D. Student
Research Study Title
Meg Dillon Individualizing Electric Frequency Filter Assignments for Cochlear Implant and ElectricAcoustic Stimulation Devices: Normal-Hearing Simulations
Ranita Anderson Is there a relationship between early parent concerns and a later developmental disorder diagnosis?
Sofia Benson-Goldberg Visual Attention to Print: A pilot investigation with a child with CDKL5


View more about our students’ research in the Carolina Digital Repository and on the UNC Health Sciences Library blog.