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Second-year audiology students were welcomed into the profession at the white coat ceremony.
International scholar Nawdeep Puranik will work with Debra Dobbs, PhD on the MAIA Project.
Fawn Ngo, PhD will work with other board members to organize sessions and panels.
Khary Rigg, PhD will serve on the Prevention, Data, & Research Working Group for three years.
The first event in the series focused on interpreting in the DeafBlind community.
After doing mission work at a German safe house, Mikayla Simeral was inspired to educate people about how sex trafficking impacts domestic minors.
MHLP assistant professor awarded grant to study risk factors for Alzheimer’s disease, dementia in older LGBTQ+ adults
Nik Lampe, PhD is an assistant professor in the Department of Mental Health Law and Policy (MHLP).
Georgia Tech players selected the Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) as their local charity to receive $500.
The project shows evidence that hearing intervention efforts can significantly forestall the loss of thinking and memory abilities in those at increased risk.
Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) consultants Liz Burke, MS and Christine Maughan, MEd, presented at the Florida Children & Families Summit.
Blanca Pauliukevicius, MBA, CPO will be responsible for the overall fiscal and business management of CBCS and oversight of the fiscal team.
September 1, 2023College News
Joni Bernbaum, MA will get an inside look at the FBI and a better understanding of the role of federal law enforcement in the community.