Faculty and students in the news-
Students in the news-
- Troy Clifford Dargin is the recipient of the 2014 Summer Research Fellowship Award of a $5,000 and has been invited to participate in a new initiative this summer: a pilot program of summer dissertation writing groups
- Annie Libeer was awarded a $1,000 Undergraduate Research Award for Fall 2014
- Greta Stamper, Ph.D., a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Hearing
and Speech in the School of Health Professions, earned the BioKansas
Award for a poster describing her investigation of the relationship
between noise exposure and auditory responses in humans with normal
- Amanda Thompson has been chosen as one of KU's Women of Distinction for 2014-2015 calendar
- Sarah Ekis, Bryne Gonzales, Kelly Lawlor, Claire Martin, and Erica Rains have been elected to membership in the Phi Beta Kappa Society.
Phi Beta Kappa is the nation’s oldest and most widely known academic honor society. Annually, it invites for induction the most outstanding arts and sciences students at America’s leading colleges and universities.
- Center for Undergraduate Research Student Spotlight: Bryne Gonzales
Greta Stamper, Au.D., Ph.D. presented research to legislators in Topeka February 12, 2014:
“Auditory Responses in Normal-Hearing, Noise-Exposed Ears,” which investigates a novel assessment approach to detect evidence of inner ear damage caused by exposure to loud noise before a permanent hearing loss develops. Adviser: Tiffany Johnson.
- MA-SLP graduate student, Joshuaa Allison-Burbank (Navajo & Acoma Pueblo), is feathred in the December 1, 2013 ASHA Leader article titled, "In the Limelight: Looking Inward and Beyond".
- Amanda Thompson, a senior majoring in speech-language-hearing, has won the 2013 Michael Lechner Advocacy Award from the Kansas Commission on Disability Concerns.
- Bryne Gonzales, junior majoring in speech-language-hearing; one of 21 Undergraduate Research Award winners
- Fadi Jamil Najem, Audiology successfully defended his dissertation titled: The Effect of Contralateral Pure Tones on the Compound Action Potential in Humans, on June 13, 2013
- Natalie S. Pak has been selceted as the recipient of the 2013-2014 Allen S. Wilber Scholarship and an Educational Opportunity Fund Diversity Graduate Scholarship for the 2013-2014 academic year.
- Austin Oder, doctoral student in speech-language pathology from
Lawrence, was recognized with a Graduate Research Competition Award.
- Arianna Morgart has a Poster Presentation at KU's 16th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium
- KU Announces Undergraduate Research Award Winners
Current Schiefelbusch projects-
- The Sertoma-Schiefelbusch Clinic Communication Camp2014- "Explore Life" is June 16-June 27, 2014 Please only fill out this registration form if you have already pre-registered
- Camp is full, please call 864-4690 to be put on the waiting list
- The Communication, Autism, and Technology (CAT) and The Augmentative and Alternative Communication in the Schools: Leadership and Access – Kansas City (ACTS-KC).
- View article in the Lawrence Journal World about the CAT Project.
- Undergraduate students in the Department's Honors Program and Research Experience Program present their research.
- The Language Acquisition Preschool (LAP), a licensed program, has a couple of openings for Spring 2014. For more information, email Betty Bunce at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 785-864-4690.
- The Schiefelbusch Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic helps a woman find her voice. Read the story in the Lawrence Journal-World
- Ph.D. fellowships available.
- US News & World Report ranks KU's audiology and speech-language pathology programs among top ten.
- Most-Cited Articles in the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. Six of the top 10 most-cited articles are by faculty in our graduate program.
- KUSSHA offers opportunities for fun, service, and professional development.