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In the News: Paula Chance

Associate Clinical Professor of Speech-Language Pathology Emerita emeritus Paula Chance was quoted in The ASHA Leader web article, "Incentives to Launch SLPs-to-Be Into Unfilled School Slots."

Mehta earns national recognition for second straight year

For the second straight year, Jyutika Mehta, PhD CCC-SLP, has been recognized nationally for her contributions to the neurorehabilitation field. The Texas Woman’s professor and director of the Mike A. Myers Stroke Center was named a Fellow of the American Society of Neurorehabilitation (FASNR) at the ASNR Annual Meeting. 

Her calling is helping others find their voice

Texas Woman's graduate student Aracely Lomeli always knew she wanted to be a speech-language pathologist. She just didn't know there was a name for what she wanted to do. She is enhancing her SLP graduate degree by also working on a certification in bilingual SLP and is excited to be part of making a difference in the need for bilingual therapists. 

Dallas philanthropist Myers makes $2 million gift to Stroke Center

Dallas businessman and philanthropist Mike A. Myers has given a $2 million gift to Texas Woman’s stroke center to be used to expand research, patient and family services, and inter-professional training opportunities.

Alumna finds added reward in helping children with hearing loss

Texas Woman's alumna Phallon Doss is an audiologist who identifies and treats hearing loss in people from all walks of life. She is fluent in American Sign Language and can communicate directly with patients who also sign. Doss put her signing skills to good use last summer when she returned to Texas Woman’s Denton campus for the Future Classroom Lab’s two camps.