Archived News

  • #BlackHistoryMonth Recognizing Maj. Virginia Bailey, AuD, MBA
    In closing out Black History Month, we recognize one of our own in conjunction with the UB School of Management , Major Virginia Bailey. Major Bailey is the first Doctor of Audiology/MBA dual-degree program. Currently she is the hearing program manager and chief of audiology for the U.S. Army in Alaska. 
  • Three Tenure-Track Faculty Members Received New Investigators Research Grants
    Drs. Nichol Castro, Thea Knowles, and Chris Heffner received 2021 New Investigators Research Grants from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation. This prestigious award is given to promising young investigators for research in speech-language pathology and audiology. Each year, the Foundation award about 10 young investigators, and this year the foundation awarded three to CDS faculty members. This is an exceptional achievement for our young faculty. We congratulate them on their success.
  • Audiology Student Awarded Scholarship
    Fina Young, a fourth year Audiology student in CDS received the Empowering Students Scholarship from the Academy of Audiology.  Read about her award -
  • Dr. Nichol Castro - New fellow position
    Dr. Nichol Castro has been accepted as a Fellow in the Psychonomic Society. This honor is given in recognition of her significant psychological research publications beyond the doctoral dissertation in experimental psychology. The Psychonomic Society is an international community of cognitive psychologists for the experimental study of cognition. Since it was formed nearly 60 years ago, The Society has grown to over 5,600 scientists.  Congratulations!
  • New Faculty Members
    The Department of Communicative Disorders and Sciences and the UB Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic welcomes new clinical faculty members, Laura Roberts in Spring 2021 and Molly Holcombe in Fall 2021 as well as Gabrielle Marek in Fall 2021 as administrative support. Below is a brief introduction of each.