The transcript for the auditory brainstem response (ABR) course given by Robin Stoner, PhD, and Amy Winston, AuD, is now available at Audiology Online.
Gail Kempster, PhD recently presented at the Rush University Faculty Tea. “What I’ve learned on my visits with George.”
Out of more than 200 applications, Audiology student Julie Link recently received one of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA) Travel Scholarships. The scholarship included hotel accommodations for three nights, the 2013 Convention, “Great Transformations: Taking Your Practice from Ordinary to Extraordinary” registrationand up to $400 towards travel expenses. As a student representing Rush University, Link also had the opportunity to meet and share the convention experience with ADA convention scholarship students from other universities across the nation. The annual convention was held in Bonita Springs, Florida. Link participated in educational sessions and networking events, including mentor‐student activities. She attended the student‐only workshop and served as a course moderator for educational sessions.
Mary Bacon, MS was just informed that she will be honored as a Fellow by the Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ISHA).The Fellowship award recognizes individuals who have provided outstanding service within the profession and the state of Illinois. Bacon was selected based on her outstanding service and achievements in the areas of clinical service, didactic teaching, clinical teaching, resident teaching, and service to ISHA. She will be honored and recognized at the annual ISHA meeting in February.
Audiology student, David Hirchak was recently asked to participate as a poster presenter at the 39th Annual National Hearing Conservation Conference – “Stop Gambling with Your Hearing”. The event will be held at the JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa from March 13-15, 2014. Hirchak’s poster is titled “Noise Levels in Drinking Establishments: Possible Harmful Effects”.
Congratulations to Emily Wang, PhD for her nomination for the Thonar Award. Only a few employees campus-wide are nominated for their excellence, caring and compassion in helping to turn disabilities into possibilities.
The 2013 Audiology Investigative Project are now available to be viewed at.
Photo Caption: Gail Kempster, PhD, and additional CDS faculty and students at the University Tea.