The Belcourt Brosseau Metis Awards

The Belcourt Brosseau Metis Awards

  The Belcourt Brosseau Metis Award is a monetary award given to Metis students from Alberta in undergraduate and some graduate programs to promote education in the Metis community. The grant is given based on involvement and contributions in and to the Metis community and on academic standing. Lareina Abbott was thrilled to be awarded […]

New Clinical Faculty Affairs Representative

Congratulations to Clinton Tsang, who has been appointed as the Clinical Faculty Affairs Representative for our School. Clinton Tsang is an alumni from our Speech-Language Pathology program and currently works as a Speech-Language Pathologist for Columbia Speech & Language Services. A special thanks to Clinton for devoting his time to this important role!

AV Upgrades

AV Upgrades

Over the summer months we have had some major upgrades in our teaching spaces and student study areas. Our two main classrooms Rm 354 and 355 have had two new AV systems installed. These systems will improve the teaching and learning experience in a number of ways. The offer instructor’s the ability to demonstrate multiple […]

Welcome everyone!

A warm welcome and welcome back to all our students today! We wish you every success in the upcoming year.

Remembering André-Pierre Benguerel

As you know André-Pierre Benguerel passed away recently. Some of his friends would like to dedicate a bench to him in Stanley Park, where he would often walk and take pictures. An ‘in memory fund’ has been set up to receive donations towards the cost of the bench. Donations are considered charitable donations and therefore […]

The passing of Professor Emeritus André-Pierre Benguerel

Andre-Pierre Benguerel   It is with great sadness that I report the death of André-Pierre on June 25 2015 following a long period of leukemia. A Professor Emeritus of the School Andre-Pierre was the first faculty member I hired from Gordon Peterson’s lab at the University of Michigan, to join the Division of Audiology and […]

SASS student wins SAC 2015 Isabel Richard Student Paper Award

Congratulations to Selena Vermey, year 2 Audiology student, who has won the SAC 2015 Isabel Richard Student Paper Award (Below Doctoral Level).  This award recognizes an SAC student associate at the below-doctoral level for the best paper written on a specific topic related to the professions. Selena’s paper is entitled “Improving Effective Communication With Families […]

Dr. Bernhardt launches new website for the Phonological Development Tools and Cross-linguistic Phonology Project

Dr. Bernhardt’s website went live this morning hosting a variety of tools and information on the Cross-lingustic Phonology project. For more info, please click here.

International Phonology Website Launch!

International Phonology Website Launch!

            After months of work and collaboration with our students, phonologists and speech-language pathologists across over a dozen countries, our international phonology website spearheaded by Dr. Bernhardt and Dr. Stemberger has finally launched and you can view it here. A special thanks to all who contributed locally as actors and […]

SLP graduate wins grand prize in business challenge

Congratulations to Nathan Hoffart, a SLP graduate from our School who has been awarded the grand prize in the Futurpreneur Thrive North Business Challenge. The young entrepreneur plans on using his prize to start a speech pathology clinic in northern Canada and provide services to remote communities and First Nations people. It’s great to see […]