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Two Doctor of Audiology Students Receive Sertoma Scholarships

August 15, 2022

Doctor of Audiology (AuD) students Sydney Stoter and Jenna Van Bosch were awarded Sertoma’s Communicative Disorders Scholarships. The awards are funded by the Sertoma Annual Fund and are given to high-performing graduate students pursing advanced degrees in audiology or speech-language pathology from institutions in the United States.

Valerie Tan and Patty Kinneer Win Employee Forum Awards

August 2, 2022

Valerie Tan, Associate Chair for Administration, won an Overton Leadership Award, and Patty Kinneer, Managing Director of Research Support & Scholarship, won a Pinnacle Award for their work in the Department of Health Sciences.

Faculty Feature: Ryan Lavalley Focuses on Community Practice

July 18, 2022

Ryan Lavalley (PhD ’19), is an assistant professor in the Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy who places focus on applying OT skills and interventions in community settings. His interest in how occupational therapists can apply their skillset in community settings – particularly in broader systems that impact the everyday lives of patients – … Continued

Celebrating the Careers of Dr. Jackson Roush and Dr. Linda Watson as They Retire

July 5, 2022

The Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences and Department of Allied Health Sciences recently celebrated the careers of Dr. Jackson Roush and Dr. Linda Watson as they both enter retirement. Both Roush and Watson have been instrumental parts of the division for more than 30 years and have contributed greatly to their fields, colleagues, students, … Continued

Hooper and Costa Receive $4.5M Grant for Systematic Replication from the Institute for Educational Science

July 1, 2022

Stephen Hooper, PhD, and Lara-Jeane Costa, PhD, were awarded a $4.5 million research grant from the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) for their project titled, Effectiveness Replication of the Self-Regulated Strategy Development (SRSD) Instructional Model for Writing in the General Curriculum. The purpose of the systematic replication is to evaluate the effectiveness of the Self-Regulated … Continued

MCLS Program Celebrates First Graduate, Amber Vaughn

June 27, 2022

The Division of Clinical Laboratory Science recently celebrated Amber Vaughn, the first graduate of the online Master’s in Clinical Laboratory Science – Medical Laboratory Science (MCLS) program.  This program, launched in 2020, was developed for certified laboratory professionals who wish to advance their careers through graduate coursework in molecular diagnostics, research design, laboratory administration, and … Continued

Recognizing and Celebrating Juneteenth

June 9, 2022

As a part of our department’s ongoing commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, we’re proud to recognize and celebrate Juneteenth as a federal and state holiday on June 19. What is the History of Juneteenth? Susanna Lee, an associate professor of history at NC State whose work focuses largely on the Civil War and Reconstruction, … Continued

Jennifer Vonderau’s Paper on Type 3c Diabetes Accepted by JAAPA

May 27, 2022

A paper authored by Jennifer Vonderau, MMS, PA-C, was recently accepted for publication by the Journal of the American Academy of PAs (JAAPA). Vonderau is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the division of Physician Assistant Studies, housed within the Department of Allied Health Sciences.