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2020

  • Dr. Audra Sterling Selected for Vilas Associate Appointment

    Congratulations to Audra Sterling, Ph.D., for being selected for an appointment as a Vilas Associate. The Vilas Associates Competition recognizes new and on-going research of the highest quality and significance. Recipients are chosen competitively by the …

  • Dr. Katie Hustad Selected as Incoming Editor-in-Chief of American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology

    Congratulations to Katie Hustad, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, for being selected as the new editor-in-chief for American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology (AJSLP). She is an ASHA Fellow and has been involved in a variety of leadership activities …

  • 2020 Distinguished Early Career Professionals Awards

    Congratulations to CS&D alumni Cat Kanter and to Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association (WSHA) president Sarah Marshall on being selected as American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)’s 2020 Distinguished Early Career Professionals! The ECP Certificate is …

  • Emeritus Faculty Profile: Lyn Turkstra

    We are thrilled to be profiling emeritus Communication Sciences and Disorders faculty members in October and November! Today, pleased to profile Emeritus Professor Lyn Turkstra. Dr. Turkstra “retired” from UW to start a new graduate …

  • Emeritus Faculty Profile: Ray Kent

    We are thrilled to be profiling emeritus Communication Sciences and Disorders faculty members in October and November! Today, we are incredibly pleased to profile Professor Emeritus Ray Kent. Professor Kent has these words for our …

  • Dr. Michelle Ciucci Receives NIH R01 Grant

    Michelle Ciucci, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, received a $3.2 million NIH R01 grant for her project, “Preclinical trial for dysarthria treatment in Parkinson disease,” beginning this December. Parkinson disease causes significant communication problems that negatively affect quality …

  • Emeritus Faculty Profile: Ted Tweed

    We are thrilled to be profiling emeritus Communication Sciences and Disorders faculty members in October and November! Today we profile Emeritus Clinical Professor Ted Tweed. Following retirement from the department in 1992, Tweed spent a …

  • Emeritus Faculty Profile: Michael Chial

    We are thrilled to be profiling emeritus Communication Sciences and Disorders faculty members in October and November! Today, our spotlight shines on emeritus professor Michael Chial, Ph.D.! Following retirement from UW-Madison in 2006, Professor Chial …

  • Rebecca Willer Selected for the ASHFoundation Graduate Student Scholarship

    Rebecca Willer recently received the $5,000 Graduate Student Scholarship from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation (ASHFoundation). This program is designed to support full-time students who will be or who are currently enrolled in a graduate program …

  • Jesse Hoffmeister Selected for the ASHFoundation New Century Doctoral Scholarship

    Jesse Hoffmeister, M.S., CCC-SLP, recently received the $10,000 New Century Doctoral Scholarship from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation (ASHFoundation). This program is designed to support strong doctoral candidates who will pursue a teacher-investigator career in an …

  • Emeritus Faculty Profile: Jamie Murray-Branch

    We are thrilled to be profiling emeritus Communication Sciences and Disorders faculty members in October and November! Today we are highlighting Jamie Murray-Branch, Clinical Faculty Emeritus. To our current clinical students, Jamie says, “Over the …

  • Emeritus Faculty Profile: Gary Weismer

    We are thrilled to be profiling emeritus Communication Sciences and Disorders faculty members in October and November! Today we are profiling emeritus professor Gary Weismer, Ph.D. A fun memory Dr. Weismer cited from his time …

  • The Sound Beneath the Waves

    If you’ve ever seen a graphical representation of a sound, you are probably familiar with what it looks like: hundreds of steep, tightly packed peaks and valleys, all of different heights, moving above and below a common line of symmetry that cuts horizontally through the middle...

  • Emeritus Faculty Profile: Robin Chapman

    We are thrilled to be profiling emeritus Communication Sciences and Disorders faculty members in October and November! First up: Professor Emerita Robin Chapman. Her advice for current clinical students? “Your skills in therapy will be …

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