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First Online Bachelor's Program for Bumpers College Among New Offerings
Five new online degree programs, including the first undergraduate program for the Bumpers College, will be offered this fall.
U of A Speech and Hearing Clinic Creates Razor-Readers Read-Along Channel
As part of the #Determinedtohelp movement, faculty, students, staff and community partners have teamed up to create the Razor-Readers Read-Along Channel.
First-Generation Student's Big Dreams Include Her Southern Arkansas Hometown
Jada Miller of El Dorado is determined to take her degree back home and provide speech-language pathology services to her hometown and encourage residents to pursue health-related careers.
U of A Speech Language-Hearing Association Strikes Gold Again
The National Student Speech Language-Hearing Association has awarded the NSSLHA Chapter at the University of Arkansas with 2020 Gold Chapter Honors.
Graduate Students in Communication Sciences and Disorders Awarded Recognition
Yudith Segura, Elizabeth Ocampo and Madilyn Littlefield were honored for their achievements in speech-language pathology, clinical skills and scholarly research, respectively.
Outstanding College of Education and Health Professions Faculty Members Named
The 2019-20 outstanding faculty award winners are Fran Hagstrom, Christine Holyfield, Vicki Dieffenderfer, Xinya Liang, Michelle Gray, Christian Goehring and Kit Kacirek.
Communication Sciences and Disorders Program Honors Outstanding 'Mentor of the Year'
Megan Fraser of the Springdale School District was chosen by the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program as its "Mentor of the Year."
U of A Students Participate in the Sixth Annual Arkansas Bioinformatics Consortium
Fourteen undergraduate and two graduate students recently represented the U of A at the 2020 Arkansas Bioinformatics Consortium held on Feb. 10-11 in Little Rock.
Intervention Shows Promise for Building Social Communication in Children With Multiple Disabilities
Christine Holyfield, assistant professor of communication disorders, evaluated an intervention targeting social gaze behaviors in a small group of school-age children with multiple disabilities.
Participants Needed for Research Study: 'Phonological Processing Abilities and Reading Skills in Young Adults'
Participants who have a history of average reading scores or prior diagnosis for a reading impairment are needed for a study on causal factors of reading skills and reading disabilities.