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College of Education and Health Professions Welcomes 14 New Faculty Members
Each faculty member brings unique research interests and expertise to help prepare students, including nursing, sport management, exercise science, counselor education, teaching and educational statistics.
Two U of A Professors Awarded Grant to Train Rehabilitation Counselors Amid High Demand
Professors Brent Thomas Williams and Tameeka Hunter have been awarded a five-year, $999,999 grant from the U.S. Department of Education for training rehabilitation counselors.
CDIS Student Selected for State Leadership Position
Benjamin Wright, a senior in communication sciences and disorders, was appointed Arkansas' State Student Officer for the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association.
Recent Graduate's Research Findings Aid Her in New Speech-Language Pathology Role
Ruhee Keshwani started her speech-language pathology training in India, but was attracted to the University of Arkansas after learning about research opportunities that aligned with her interests.
Communication Sciences and Disorders Program Welcomes International Graduate Scholars
Samadhi Devayalage of Sri Lanka follows in the footsteps of Gayanthi Kodituwakku, a 2019 International Fulbright Scholar also from Sri Lanka.
Bilingual Speech-Language Pathology Grad Puts Her Skills to Work at Children's Hospital
Elizabeth Ocampo-Roman, who earned a master's degree in speech-language pathology in May, is now working at Arkansas Children's Hospital Northwest.
Determined Design: Faculty Partner to Create Masks With Windows, Improving Communication
The new masks provide safety while also allowing someone who has hearing loss to see the speaker's mouth and understand more readily what they are saying.
U of A Researchers Develop Diversity Intelligence Scale for Organizations
The tool will help employers improve diversity, inclusion and equity within their companies and reduce labor lawsuits and EEOC complaints.
U of A Speech and Hearing Clinic Offers Audiology Services to Community
The U of A Speech and Hearing Clinic, led by Margie Gilbertson, has been providing audiology services to the community and beyond for decades. Virtual consultations are available.
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.