They will be honored at a ceremony during the college’s alumni reunion on October 5.
During her UF tenure, Dr. Patricia Kricos led the development of UF's Doctor of Audiology program.
Eight college faculty members earned the University Term Professor distinction.
The program will train occupational, physical and speech-language pathology therapy students to treat the needs of young children with disabilities.
The Editor’s Award is given annually to the most impactful works that meet the highest quality standards in research design and presentation.
A team led by Dr. Susan Nittrouer finds sixth graders with cochlear implants lagged behind their peers in language development, but strong literacy instruction could help close the gap.
UF’s Office of Undergraduate Affairs has named Taylor Price, academic program specialist in the department of speech, language, and hearing sciences, the 2017-2018 Outstanding New Advisor.
Dr. Susan Nittrouer, a nationally-recognized speech-language scholar, addressed UF's graduating doctoral students at their December 15 graduation.
Sharla Alexander and Caronne Rush were honored at the college's annual staff and faculty appreciation dinner.
Audiologist and educator Dr. Alice Holmes retires after more than 30 years at UF.