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Fourth-year AuD student, Kaitlyn Wenrich, publishes TL1 research in JAAA

Congrats to Kaitlyn Wenrich, 4th year AuD, who published her TL1 research project in this month’s issue of the Journ....

Dr. Maureen Valente and pediatric audiology scholars receive meritorious award for ASHA poster

Congratulations to Dr. Maureen Valente and the PACS Pediatric Audiology Scholars for their poster presentation at the ASHA conference last...

Brianna Hester-Keels, AuD student, publishes article in Audiology Today

Congratulations to Brianna Hester-Keels, who published an article in Audiology Today based on her capstone project titled, “Anxiety in Parents...

Peachtree Hearing and JF&CS provide hearing aids to Holocaust Survivors

PACS alumna, Dr. Melissa Wikoff, Director of Audiology at Peachtree Hearing, together with the Jewish Family Career Services of Atlanta, developed...

Incoming student, Abby Mispagel, receives Sertoma Award

Our academic year is off to a great start! We’re so excited to announce that 1st-year AuD student, Abby Mispagel,...

AuD student Andrew Nash receives William F. Austin scholarship

Congratulations to 3rd year Au.D. student, Andrew Nash, who received one of six 2017 William F. Austin Scholarships from StarkeyU....

Melissa (Mooney) Wikoff (AuD, ’10) is director of Peachtree Hearing and featured as one of Atlanta’s “40 under 40.”

We love sharing great things about our alumni! Check out this article on Melissa Wikoff (AuD, ’10), who’s featured as...

Shaylynn Smith receives AAA’s Empowering Students Scholarship

We’re proud to announce that 4th-year AuD student, Shaylynn Smith, has been awarded the AAA Foundation’s Empowering Students Scholarship for...

AuD student, Miranda Camet, presents capstone at international conference

Miranda Camet, 4th year AuD student, presented her capstone at the International Conference on Long-Term Complications of Treatment of Children...

Four PACS AuD students receive a Sertoma Communicative Disorders Scholarship

We’re very excited to report that four of our Au.D. students have received a Sertoma Communicative Disorders Scholarship (all 4th...