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Communication Disorders Grad Student Awarded State Scholarship
Maryanne Atchley-Babb, a second year graduate student in speech-language pathology, was awarded the Arkansas Speech-Language-Hearing Association's 2018 Betty Bass Scholarship.
NSSLHA Chapter to Host 'Kisses For a Cause' Puppy Kissing Booth Fundraiser
The organization will have a puppy kissing booth outside the Union where students and faculty may pay $1 to pet, play with, take pictures, and be kissed by a puppy.
Cook and Glade Elected to State Leadership Positions
Aletha Cook and Rachel Glade are serving three-year terms on the Board of Directors of the Arkansas Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
NSSLHA Chapter Hosts Holiday Event for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children
The student chapter of the National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association offered a fun, safe event with holiday-themed crafts and activities for children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Students and Faculty in Communication Disorders Program Shine at National Convention
Faculty and students from the Communication Disorders Program presented research and posters at the American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention in Boston.
Frazier Recognized With Research Award
Kimberly Frazier, associate professor of communication disorders, was recognized with the Arkansas Speech-Language Hearing Association Research Award in mid-October 2018.
Student in Communication Disorders Program Appointed to National Leadership Position
Elizabeth Ashbaugh was appointed to serve as Arkansas' state student officer for the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association chapter.
New Professor Receives Grant for Assisted Communication Research
Christine Holyfield, assistant professor of communication disorders, has received a New Investigators Research Grant from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation.
Research Shows At-Risk Elementary Students Benefit from Child-Centered Play Therapy
Elementary school students who received child-centered play therapy services over the course of a school year showed significant positive changes, according to data collected by two U of A professors.
U of A Professor Collaborates on Article About Unilateral Hearing Loss
A new article co-authored by Rachel Glade, clinical assistant professor of communication disorders, describes for health professionals information they need to understand unilateral hearing loss.