Congratulations Tonia Davis for successfully defending her dissertation!


The Evaluation of the Supplemental Security Income Disability Program for Children with Speech Disorders and Language Disorders was published in January.  Stephen Camarata was a member of this committee and a contributing author.


Rebecca Schoon and Tonia Davis' poster “Are Receptive Vocabulary and Articulation Skills Association with Speech Recognition in Children with Hearing Loss?” has been designated as a Meritorious Poster Submission at the 2015 American Speech Language Hearing Convention. This award is given to the top 3% of posters at this convention.


George Castle received a grant from the Vanderbilt Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (VICTR) to support his second research project.


Hope Lancaster, PhD ('15) is heading to Tempe, Arizona to start a postdoctoral fellowship at the Arizona State University.


Stephen Camarata is a co-investigator on a new study funded by the Institute of Education Sciences, “Measurement of Listening Fatigue in School-Age Children with Disabilities."  This study will be run through the Listening and Learning Lab at Vanderbilt.