Audiology: Student Honors, Awards, Publications, and Other Activities

Ilana Cellum, a doctoral student in the inaugural class in audiology, was selected for a Summer 2008—Spring 2009 residency at  New York Presbyterian Medical Center. She also received a Doctoral Student Research Grant for her proposal “The relationship between the magnitude of distortion product otoacoustic emissions and acoustic-reflex thresholds for broad-band noise.” (posted 2-08)

Karen Greer, a doctoral student in the inaugural class in audiology, was selected for a Summer 2008—Spring 2009 residency at New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. In addition, she was awarded a Doctoral Student Research Grant for her proposal “Acoustic Radiation produced by bone vibrators at 2000 and 4000 HZ in adults with moderate, bilateral sensorineural hearing impairment,” a project she is working on with fellow student Jessica Gordon. (posted 2-08)

Jessica Gordon, a doctoral student in the inaugural class in audiology, was selected for a Summer 2008—Spring 2009 residency at New York Presbyterian Medical Center. She is also a recipient of the Audiology Foundation of America's Outstanding Second Year Au.D. Student Scholarship. In addition she was awarded a Doctoral Student Research Grant for her proposal “Acoustic Radiation produced by bone vibrators at 2000 and 4000 HZ in adults with moderate, bilateral sensorineural hearing impairment,” a project she is working on with fellow student Karen Greer. (posted 2-08)

Allison Shapiro, a doctoral student in the inaugural class in audiology, was selected for a Summer 2008—Spring 2009 residency at Weill Cornell Medical Center. (posted 2-08)

Irina Shterenberg, a doctoral student in the inaugural class in audiology, was selected to receive a Doctoral Student Research Grant for her proposal “The Relationship Magnitude of Hearing Loss and Ipsilateral Acoustic Reflex Threshold Levels for 1000Hz.” (posted 2-08)

Rivka Strom, a doctoral student in the inaugural class in audiology, was selected for a Summer 2008—Spring 2009 residency at Hackensack University Medical Center. (posted 2/08) She was awarded a Scholarship for Study of Communicative Disorders by the Sertoma Foundation. The $1,000 grant is for graduate students pursuing advanced degrees in audiology or speech-language pathology from institutions in the U.S. Sertoma provides more funds nationally for graduate level study in communicative disorders than any other single organization. (posted 1-08)

Robin Warwick, a doctoral student in the inaugural class in audiology, won a Doctoral Student Research Grant for her proposal “In the Dog House: Effects of noise-reduction upon human and animal populations in an animal shelter.” (posted 2-08)

Submitted on: DEC 31, 2008

Category: Audiology (Au.D), Student News