Literature/Research and Emerging Leader Awards, Beethoven in New Zealand
Literature/Research and Emerging Leader Awards, Beethoven in New Zealand
Professor honored for higher-ed research; piano professor performs Beethoven in New Zealand; Counseling faculty member named Emerging Leader; and more
IUP Transformed Me: Jonneé Tonsel '09

Speech-Language Pathology Gets More Hands-On

A new lab that simulates a variety of medical settings—from a neonatal intensive care unit to a radiology suite—is giving students in IUP’s Speech-Language Pathology program more clinical experience and a competitive advantage. See the latest installment of The Innovators video series.
“Today we are able to test up to 200 to 250 samples per day. This was critical for the hospital; this was very important for the community; this was very important for our university.”
—Narayanaswamy Bharathan, professor and chair, Biology
One Scientist’s Quest to Bring Rapid COVID-19 Testing to Rural Communities,” Takara Bio’s That’s Good Science Podcast
NASPA, Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, Region II, recently presented its Outstanding Contribution to Literature/Research Award to IUP professor John Wesley Lowery, regarded as an authority on legal and legislative issues in student affairs.
Henry Wong Doe, Department of Music, recently performed Beethoven’s Piano Concerto no. 3 in C minor, op. 37, with the Manukau Symphony Orchestra in Auckland, New Zealand. Before the concert, he gave an interview on a classical music radio station.
The Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling has selected Matt Nice, Department of Counseling, for this award based on his leadership potential and his willingness to serve the organization for the betterment of the profession.
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