Hall named Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Nancy Hall, professor of communication sciences and disorders, and department chair, has been named a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Fellowship is one of the highest honors of the association. A nominee must have made contributions to the discipline of communication sciences and disorders that are significant both within and beyond one’s community and state. While there are thousands of members who fulfill their professional responsibilities competently, only a small percentage have, by virtue of the quality and amount of their contributions, distinguished themselves sufficiently to warrant recognition. Hall will be honored at the national convention in Orlando, Florida, Nov. 22.