Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences Students Present Award-Winning Research at 2018 ASHA Convention

Faculty and students from the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences presented research at the 2018 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) conference, held in Boston, Massachusetts in mid-November.

Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences Students Present Award-Winning Research at 2018 ASHA Convention click to enlarge Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences faculty Katarina Haley, PhD, and Lisa Domby, MS, at the 2018 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) 2018 Convention.

Several current and former PhD students received recognition for their research at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association's (ASHA) annual conference. ASHA is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for the profession. The Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences is housed in the Department of Allied Health Sciences. 

Student Research Grant in Early Childhood Language Development

Ashwaq A. Alzamel, a PhD candidate, received an award for her research titled "Digging Beneath the Surface: A Multidimensional Approach to Examining Sex Differences in Social Pragmatic Profiles and Conversation Quality Among Children With ASD and TD." Her mentor is Elizabeth Crais, PhD.

Graduate Student Scholarship

Sofia Benson-Goldberg, a PhD candidate, received a $5,000 graduate student scholarship.

Former PhD student award; State Clinical Achievement Awards

Twyla Y. Perryman
University of West Georgia

Student Travel Award

Ranita Anderson and Jonet Artis
"Parent-mediated interventions using a coaching model: How and why?"

Meritous Poster Award

Sallie Nowell, PhD; Grace Baranek, Linda Watson, and Richard Faldowski
"The Joint Attention Protocol: A Psychometric Analysis of a New Measure."

 

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