|September 21, 2017
From the President
By Jennifer Whittaker
I am honored to have been elected to this position. As SAA President, AuD students like yourself will be able to read what I have to say and my opinions can be heard. But as our friend with the purple socks mentioned, “if we only listen to one person’s opinion, we may never get anywhere new.” It is no secret, I’m not the only one who has something to SAAy.
By Katherine Marchelletta, AuD
For this edition of Advisors Corner, I’m taking a slight departure from our “Ask the Expert” column because with the end of the summer comes the end of my term as the national SAA Advisor. As I pass on the torch to Steven Madix, PhD, I’d love to take a moment to thank everyone who has helped make my experience so amazing.
By Kaley Graves Communication is crucial for childhood social development, which is why early intervention is so important! Audiologists and audiology students should strive to ensure that each child has equal opportunities to develop speech and language skills with appropriate amplification to minimize delays in social development. Establishing relationships in childhood can be difficult as…
One of the many benefits to being a national SAA member is the opportunity to take advantage of the grants and scholarships that are available through the American Academy of Audiology Foundation (AAA Foundation). They are available on an annual basis starting in January; applications for the 2024 cycle are now open! The universal scholarship…
The national Student Academy of Audiology offers a range of resources for students that are easily accessible through our website. One of the most popular resources for graduate students is scholarships. Through the American Academy of Audiology Foundation (AAAF), there are several scholarship opportunities offered to students every year. These scholarships range from awards for…