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27 August 2018 - 13:31, by , in Lab Happenings, No comments
Today Caitlyn Ritter successfully defensed her Clinical Research Project entitled, “Exploring the Identities of Adults Who Choose Not to Use Their Hearing Aids”. Caitlyn has worked long and hard on this project. We are very proud of her latest achievement and look forward to even bigger ones around the corner!
2 November 2017 - 14:30, by , in Lab Happenings, No comments
The Spoken Language Processing lab is incredibly proud of Taylor Chafin. Today she successfully defended her clinical research project, “The effects of talker variability on sentence recognition in noise by listeners with hearing loss”. This means that Taylor is one, huge step closer to her doctorate of audiology degree!
5 May 2017 - 13:32, by , in Lab Happenings, No comments
First celebration of the day–Hannah Jones was awarded a Rick Q. Lawson Fellowship. This award is college-wide and shows that Hannah is a graduate student who demonstrates strong academic and leadership skills in the field of pediatric audiology. We’re so proud!
28 April 2017 - 13:33, by , in Lab Happenings, No comments
Today some of our resident graduate students, Shea Long and Hannah Jones, spent the day sharing data from their clinical research projects at the 3rd Annual Regional Audiology Spring Symposium at Idaho State University. Hannah shared her work combining video with interview questions with the hopes of improving intra-rater reliability on the Infant-Toddler Meaningful Auditory Integration...
9 December 2016 - 18:12, by , in Lab Happenings, No comments
More to celebrate…Hannah Jones just finished an amazing defense of her Audiology Doctorate research study. We are so incredibly proud of her!
5 December 2016 - 14:15, by , in Lab Happenings, No comments
The Spoken Language Processing lab is thrilled to announce that Madison Murphy defended her Audiology Doctorate research study with flying colors today. We couldn’t be prouder!!!