Faculty and students in the news-
Students in the news-
- 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 Camp 2014- "Explore Life" is June 16-June 27, 2014
- 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.