Dr. Glenis Long has received the 2019 William and Christine Hartmann Prize in Auditory Neuroscience. The award will be given to her during the 177th meeting of the Acoustical Society in Lousiville, Kentucky, May 13-17, 2019. Read more
Richard Lissemore is featured on The Sciences Spotlight website here are the GC. Congratulations Richard!
See the link below for the feature highlighting his accomplishments.
Why is it so hard for colleges and universities to diversify faculty? That’s the subject of a new book co-authored by Distinguished Professor Virginia Valian.
Eva Fernández and Helen Smith Cairns, editors
The Handbook of Psycholinguistics
Episode 3 features Ph.D. student Jet Vonk (Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences) and her advisor, Distinguished Professor Loraine Obler (Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences/Linguistics). Read more
Dr. Richard Schwartz was interviewed by Scientific American for their article on Specific Language Impairment in children:
Opening a Window Into the Minds of Language-Impaired Children
Scientific American, 3.27.17 Read more
Michelle MacRoy-Higgins, Carlyn Kolker Read more
Students, faculty, and alumni of the Ph.D. Program in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences recently received various honors from the Acoustical Society of America, the world’s most prestigious scientific society dedicated to the study and applications of acoustics. Read more
A groundbreaking 1998 book by Distinguished Professor Virginia Valian (Hunter, Psychology) is praised in "What Book Changed Your Mind?," a Chronicle of Higher Education feature article. Read more