She was chosen in a nationwide competition as the recipient of a $10,000 scholarship by Alpaca Audiology.
“Our team initially set a fundraising goal of $2000 and we exceeded our goal, raising over $2700!,” writes Lisa Sommers on the profile.
The Center for Language, Speech and Hearing on the UMass Amherst campus offers services for children and adults who have limited or impaired communication and is now accepting new clients. Speech and language pathologists evaluate and provide personal attention in treating a variety of impairments.
The SPHHS has announced the retirements of Jane Baran, Joseph Hamill, Edward Stanek, and Linda Downs-Bembury and thanks them for their years of dedicated, exemplary service.
Starr is a second-year Master's student concentrating in speech-language pathology.
Gwyneth Rost was cited for her impact on students and contributions to the teaching mission at the university.
“We’re participating to help raise awareness and because 100% of the funds donated for the walk go to research for Parkinson’s disease,” says Lisa Sommers.