Spotlight

  • Bilingual Children and Misdiagnosis

    Speech disorder misdiagnosis more likely for bilingual kids
    Tuesday, January 23, 2018
    UA's Leah Fabiano-Smith, PhD, is highlighted in the Arizona Daily Star, discussing a topic she is passionate about: correctly identifying bilingual children with speech and language disorders.
  • Humanitarian Audiology

    Tuesday, January 23, 2018
    We are proud to have our faculty and students involved in Arizona Sonora Borders Projects for Inclusion, a U.S.-Mexico non-profit collaboration based in Nogales. Check out this article in The Hearing Journal.
  • Cass Faux Receives UA Science Copernicus Award!

    Cass Faux
    Monday, December 11, 2017
    Clinical Associate Professor Cass Faux was presented with the prestigious Copernicus award from the College of Science on Thursday, December 7th, at the Galileo Circle awards dinner. The Galileo Circle Copernicus Award is one of the highest honors the College of Science can bestow on its non-tenure eligible faculty, appointed personnel or classified staff. These awards, established through the generosity of Galileo Circle members, recognize individuals whose extraordinary accomplishments significantly advance the mission of a department and the knowledge base of a discipline. Thank you, Cass,... Read More
  • ASHA Convention 2017

    Monday, November 20, 2017
    Many of our students and clinical and research faculty members headed to Los Angeles to participate in the ASHA Convention this year! They had a great time learning, teaching, and visiting with colleagues. Check out our photo album on Facebook.
  • Bill Bernett Memorial Fund for Aphasia Research

    Bill Bernett
    Thursday, October 5, 2017
    To honor their good friend, Bill Bernett, Dave and Sue Milligan started an endowment in Bill's name to raise funds to support aphasia research. Beginning in 2011, Bill started to slowly lose his language skills as he suffered with Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA). He benefited from the research and clinical services at The University of Arizona, and Dave and Sue Milligan, along with Bill's wife, Jill Bernett, generously chose our department as the recipients of the much needed funds to support aphasia research. Thank you, Dave, Sue, and Jill! Many people with aphasia will benefit from your in... Read More

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