Academic self-reviewsnow up for viewing

Self-reviews completed by individual program units as part of the Academic Affairs Program Prioritization (AAPP) process are now online at http://academic-prioritization.wsu.edu. Members of the WSU community are encouraged to read the reports and comment on them. All comments posted by April 3 will be forwarded to the phase II task force which has been charged […]

Preschool aids those with hearing impairments

Kaid’dub Pavel, a bright-eyed, blond-haired, effervescent 4-year-old, is leading the way for a new WSU preschool program that focuses on honing the oral language and listening skills of children with hearing impairments. Each Monday and Friday morning, Kaid’dub and a handful of other preschool children gather with speech-language pathologist Carla Jones, audiologist Michele Fredrickson, and […]

WSU Spokane announces new faculty member

Washington State University Spokane has announced the appointment of Nancy Potter as assistant professor in the graduate program in speech and hearing sciences. Potter received a doctorate in communicative disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, one of the top programs in the nation. She holds a master’s degree in communicative disorders from the University of […]

Spokane sponsors special hearing, speech clinics

A variety of specialty speech, voice and audiology clinics will be offered this fall by the University Hearing and Speech Clinic, a joint program of Washington State and Eastern Washington universities. The clinic serves patients ranging from professional voice users, such as singers and teachers, to those with Parkinson’s disease and advanced hearing loss, and […]