UA Little Rock grad students work weekends helping with community outreach

University of Arkansas at Little Rock graduate students in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program in the Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology spent some weekends in October raising awareness of autism and LGBTQ issues.  Continue reading “UA Little Rock grad students work weekends helping with community outreach”

The 2018 Jazz and Juleps honoree, Brooks Gibson Wolfe, is the senior audiologist at the Arkansas School for the Deaf, where she has worked for 24 years.

Jazz and Juleps will celebrate Brooks Gibson Wolfe May 24

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will raise money for audiology and speech pathology students at the ninth annual Jazz and Juleps event, presented by the UA Little Rock Development Council of the Audiology and Speech Pathology Department, on Thursday, May 24, at the Clinton Presidential Center.  Continue reading “Jazz and Juleps will celebrate Brooks Gibson Wolfe May 24”

The 2018 Jazz and Juleps honoree, Brooks Gibson Wolfe, is the senior audiologist at the Arkansas School for the Deaf, where she has worked for 24 years.

Brooks Gibson Wolfe selected as Jazz and Juleps honoree

An educational audiologist who has dedicated her life to helping the deaf and hard of hearing in Arkansas for more than 26 years has been selected as the honoree for the ninth annual Jazz and Juleps event supporting the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology. 
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Lynn Coates (middle) and her daughter, Caroline Coates-Nelson (left) were honored at the seventh annual Jazz & Juleps event on May 26.

Jazz & Juleps raises $75k for student scholarships

The seventh annual Jazz & Juleps event raised more than $75,000 for scholarships for audiology and speech pathology students at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

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