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Speech and Hearing Sciences

The annual College of Health Student Awards Ceremony was held in the Thad Cochran Center on Thursday, April 5, 2018. Dr. Kelly Metz presented awards to Mary Catherine Cazalas, Emily Miller and Emily Nester (see photos)

Photos are not available for Molly McKay who received the Outstanding Graduate Student Award for Audiology, Haley Carter-Fredrickson, Sertoma Outstanding Graduate Student for Early Oral Intervention and Kalinda Cadence, Outstanding Graduate Student for Early Oral Intervention.

Congratulations to all of these students from faculty, staff and fellow students in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences.


Mary Catherine Cazalas   Emily Miller


Emily

Third-year Audiology doctoral students participated in the 2018 White Coat Ceremony held on April 14th in the Thad Cochran Center.


(l to r) Dr. Karen Coats presented white coats to Chase Davis, Mollie McKay, Savannah McGahey, Katelyn Meek, Rachael Luckett, Mary Kathryn Hendry and Chelsea Butler


Savannah McGahey received the Helen Cullefer Award at the White Coat Ceremony.


Helen Cullefer Award

Charles Cullefer, left, presents Savannah McGahey with the 2018 Helen Cullefer Award. The award is sponsored by the Hattiesburg Sertoma Club.


Dr. Bennett presents Amy Lebert with her 10 year service pin.

Ms. Lebert receives 10 year serice pin

Congratulations, Ms. Lebert, on 10 years of service to Southern Miss. Ms. Lebert also won the Outstanding Service Award at the College of Health's Award Ceremony held on May 1st.




Chelsea Butler, Katelyn Meek, Dr. Terrio

Audiology faculty and students met at the K&B on the afternoon of May 2 to celebrate the end of the spring semester. Among those present were (pictured, l - r) Chelsea Butler, Katelyn Meek and Dr. Terrio.




Education of the Deaf Receives Accreditation

Pam Luft, C. Perigoe, Joe Fischgrund

Dr. Christina Perigoe (center) receives Certification of Accreditation from the Council on Education of the Deaf from Pam Luft, CED Vice President (left) and Joe Fischgrund, Executive Director of CED (right).


May is Better Hearing and Speech Month

Monday, May 14, 2018- Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker declared "May is Better Hearing and Speech Month" at a small gathering in the J.B. George Building. University officials as well as faculty and students in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences attended the proclamation ceremony. Many thanks to Mayor Barker for taking time from his busy schedule to join the gathering.

Mayor Toby Barker

Mayor Toby Barker proclaims May as Better Hearing and Speech Month in Hattiesburg.

Faculty and students attending the proclamation ceremony

Faculty and students in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences attending the proclamation ceremony.