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Hearing and Speech Sciences

Eliza Thompson with art in office

A Peek Inside ... Speech-Language Pathologist Eliza Thompson’s Office

Assistant Clinical Professor Honors Ghanaian Heritage With Art and Action

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personified ear lifting weights

Following Fast Talkers, Navigating Noisy Rooms

Study Finds Benefits of Auditory Training for People With Normal or Impaired Hearing

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hand chooses hearing aids

Should You Buy One of the New OTC Hearing Aids?

UMD Hearing and Speech Faculty Experts Advise Weighing Options Carefully

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Paul and Kelly Kolankowski on McKeldin Mall

Terp After Terp (After Terp After Terp After Terp)

Five-Generation UMD Family Looks Back on Long Legacy

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Woman gets fitted with hearing aid

‘You Give Me Wings’

Hearing and Speech Clinic Partnership With Local Agency Provides Hearing Aids to Over 150 Holocaust Survivors

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Woman participates in aphasia research

UMD Aphasia Experts Work to Build Understanding of Condition Affecting Hollywood Superstar

Willis Diagnosis Puts Spotlight on Language Disorder Affecting Millions

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Ear with wave illustrations

Personal Audio Reimagined

UMD Research Powers Company’s Systems That Compensate for Hearing Differences

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Hearing aid with illustration of sound wave

$2.9M NIH Award Could Lead to Tunable Hearing Devices

Research Focuses on How Brain Turns Sound Into Comprehensible Language

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Child with autism works with therapist

Noisy? Read My Lips!

Facial Cues Help Toddlers With Autism Better Comprehend Speech in Noise, UMD Research Shows

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People observe a Planet Word exhibit

Museum’s Mission Is Louder Than Words

UMD Faculty Help Shape, to Collaborate With New D.C. Nonprofit Focused on Impact of Language

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Drawing of a family wearing masks

Is Children’s Language Learning Falling Victim to the Pandemic?

Researchers Seek Recordings of Conversations to Determine Effect of Social Distancing, School Closings

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Rhea Feikin '56

The Role of a Lifetime

Alum, ‘First Lady’ of MPT, Signs Off After Almost 50-Year Career

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