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PhD candidate, Amanda Rudge, co-authors two papers in JEHDI

Congrats to PhD candidate, Amanda Rudge, who co-authored two papers in the latest issue of the Journal of Early Hearing...

Christy Chadwick, MSDE ’16, is featured in WashU’s Outlook Magazine

Check out this month’s WashU Outlook (p. 33) featuring PACS alumna, Christy Chadwick, who lives in Hawaii and is the...

Scholars in the pediatric audiology specialization provide helpful materials to families

The Pediatric Audiology Specialization (PAS) offered by the Program in Audiology and Communication Sciences is made possible through a generous...

Third-year audiology students present at the 2019 student research colloquium

Congrats to the 3rd-year AuD students who presented their capstones at the 2019 student research colloquium. Great job!

Billy Davis, Inventory/Delivery Attendant for Otolaryngology and PACS, retires after ten years at WU

Congratulations to Billy Davis, who will soon enjoy retirement after 10 years of service as the Inventory/Delivery Attendant at Washington...

Amanda Ortmann, Ph.D., appointed as director of audiology studies

We are very pleased to announce the appointment of Amanda Ortmann, Ph.D. as Director of Audiology Studies in the Program...

Lunch with scholars in PACS donors and recipients 2018-19

We had a very enjoyable lunch with our Scholars in PACS recipients and our generous donors, Dr. Carl Bohl, Dr....

Students visit the historic anechoic chamber located at the original CID research building

The 1st-year MSDE class had their turn visiting the historic anechoic chamber located in the original Central Institute for the...

Rosalie Uchanski and Cathy Sarli co-author article on “The Cupped Hand” – Legacy of the First Hearing Aid

What is the real history behind the first hearing aid? Find out in the first of a three-part series, “The...

Casey Reimer successfully defends dissertation on April 3, 2019.

Congratulations to Casey Reimer, who successfully defended her dissertation on April 3rd, 2019, for a Ph.D. in Speech and Hearing...