- Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director
By Lindsey Fiori
By Stephanie Ramsey
College of Public Health
When Dr. Kirby Mayer was young, he saw the way physical therapists helped his grandmother, who was suffering from Alzheimer’s.
Keiko Ishikawa, Ph.D., M.M., CCC-SLP and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, recently had her article, "Landmark-based analysis of speech differentiates conversational from clear speech in speakers with muscle tension dysphonia," published online in JASA Express Letters.
On Saturday, May 6, College of Health Sciences students participated in graduation ceremonies at Rupp Arena.
We were there to chronicle all the fun.
From starting off the day with coffees, to lining up and walking out to the arena, we followed our grads on their special day.