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Fifth Annual Play Therapy Conference to Feature Keynote Speaker Bonnie Badenoch
The keynote speaker for the Play Therapy Conference will speak about the play can help heal trauma. The conference will be June 21-22.
Counseling Professor Lynn Koch Receives 2019 George N. Wright UW-Madison Varsity Award
Lynn Koch, a counselor education professor at the University of Arkansas, recently received the George N. Wright University of Wisconsin-Madison 2019 Varsity Award.
NSSLHA Chapter at University of Arkansas Awarded 2019 Gold Chapter Honors
The U of A chapter contributed to the national association through awareness, advocacy and scholarships related to communication sciences and disorders.
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.
Communication Disorders Professor Shares Tips for Parents in Video
Rachel Glade, clinical assistant professor of communication disorders at the U of A, helps parents navigate the emotions and treatment decisions that accompany a diagnosis.
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.
Florida State Honoring Alumna, a U of A Statistics Professor
Xinya Liang, an assistant professor in educational statistics and research methods, will be honored by Florida State for her contributions to her profession.
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.
PROMISE Getting Results for Youth With Disabilities, Report Shows
A process analysis of the federally funded project shows it did what it was designed to; staff and participants celebrate accomplishments.
Research Points to Gaps in "Diversity Intelligence" Among Workplace Leaders
A survey of supervisors suggests some have an incomplete understanding of laws that protect workplace diversity.