Researchers in the department of communication disorders are seeking volunteers aged 50 to 64 with “a little bit” of hearing loss for an NIH-funded research study on personal amplification products.
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences has awarded six Summer PhD Fellowships for 2019. The awards provide support for PhD students in excellent standing to pursue their research and complete their dissertations during the summer months. Students received nominations by their faculty mentors with concurrence from their graduate program directors.
Adults 55 years and older are needed for a hearing study of how aging affects speech understanding in noisy backgrounds.
The Associated Press cited a research project led by Communication Disorders’ Kelly Richardson in an article about the benefits patients with Parkinson’s disease experience from vocal exercise.
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences held its Senior Recognition Ceremony on Friday, May 10, 2019 in the Mullins Center on the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus. The SPHHS ceremony recognized its undergraduate Class of 2019, which this year welcomed nearly 700 graduating seniors into its ranks.
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences honored a group of nearly two dozen undergraduate and graduate students during the 2019 SPHHS Awards Celebration. Student award recipients were recognized for outstanding achievements in the classroom, in research, and through service to the community.
Eight students from the School of Public Health and Health Sciences recently won UMass Amherst Alumni Association scholarship awards for 2019. The awards were distributed based on outstanding academic achievements, leadership, and community service.
Researchers in the department of communication disorders are seeking volunteers age 45-64 who have no motor or neurological conditions affecting balance and who learned English as their first language
Researchers in the department of communication disorders are seeking 30 volunteers age 8-14 to study the language, speech, voice, and auditory processing abilities of children with Autism and children who do not have Autism.
The UMass Amherst School of Public Health and Health Sciences (SPHHS) is pleased to announce that Jill Hoover, Assistant Professor of Communication Disorders, is the winner of the 2018-19 College Outstanding Teacher Award. The award is sponsored by the UMass Amherst Provost’s Office and the Center for Teaching & Faculty Development, and given annually to honor individual faculty members for their teaching accomplishments. Hoover will be recognized at Undergraduate Commencement and at the School’s Senior Recognition Ceremony.
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