The mission of the Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences is to provide the highest level of education, research, and service in communication sciences and disorders. Our award-winning faculty achieve this through:
Dr. Sandra Gordon-Salant received the Honors of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association at the ASHA Convention! This is the highest honor the Association bestows, and recognizes members of the association who have made "distinguished contributions to the discipline." Congratulations!
Dr. Sandra Gordon-Salant, Hearing and Speech Sciences Professor, will be giving a Distinguished Scholar-Teacher Lecture entitled "Golden Years, Golden Ears: The Challenges of Age-Related Hearing Loss".
The lecture will take place on Monday, November 20th at 4:15pm in 0320 Tawes Building.
To see a schedule of all the Distinguished Scholar Teacher lectores, click here.
The Distinguished Scholar-Teacher Program is sponsored by the Office of Academic Affairs and administered by the Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs.
Introducing a new blog where clinicians and researchers in Communication Sciences and Disorder (CSD) share their interests, curiosities and questions. Brought to you by HESP faculty, this blog seeks to bring a wide range of perspectives and insights into the currents state of hearing, language and speech science. We hope to raise questions and inspire the field to seek new ideas and innovative answers. We hope you will join the conversation! Check out the blog.
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