With this issue of Observations we are continuing the tradition of an annual newsletter for SPHS.
Two of our MA students in Speech-Language Pathology, Alexandra Mateu-Martin and R. Danielle Scott, have been selected as participants in the ASHA’s Minority Student Leadership Program (MSLP) Class of 2013.
IU Speech & Hearing Clinic Detour Route - Effective Monday, September 16, 2013, and running through December 20, 2013, the access road to the IU Speech & Hearing Clinic via Jordan Avenue will be closed. Please see this IU Speech & Hearing Clinic Detour Route.
As a culminating experience to a practicum placement at Eastern Greene Middle School, graduate student clinicians invited fifth graders to visit the SPHS building and IU campus. Fifth graders participated in a scavenger hunt and explored the various majors offered by IU.
Twelve senior honors students successfully presented their research at the annual SPHS poster session. Best poster was awarded to Rachel Hopf. View large photo »
The Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences had a record number of students elected to Phi Beta Kappa in the spring semester 2013! Congratulations to all! View large photo »
Kaylah Lalonde and Apollonia Fox, 4th-year Ph.D. students in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, received Resident and Graduate Student Poster Session Awards from the American Auditory Society. They will present results from research projects in March 2013, at the Society’s annual meeting in Scottsdale, AZ.
Sofía Souto, doctoral candidate, has been awarded the New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarship from the ASHFoundation. This scholarship supports students in a research/teaching doctoral program who have achieved academic excellence and who are committed to become teachers-researchers in the field of communication sciences and disorders.
The votes are in! Clinical Professor Emerita Dr. Elizabeth McCrea has been elected to serve on ASHA’s 2013 Board of Directors as President Elect. Please join the entire IU SPHS family in congratulating her on this outstanding accomplishment. To read more about Dr. McCrea and her goals as ASHA President, click here: ASHA announcement
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