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The Editor and Associate Editors of the Hearing section of the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research have selected our article, “Enhancing Speech Intelligibility: Interactions Among Context, Modality, Speech Style, and Masker,” as the winner of the 2014 Editor’s Award. This is a wonderful recognition of everyone’s hard work!

Van Engen, Kristin, Jasmine Phelps, Rajka Smiljanic and Bharath Chandrasekaran (2014). Sentence intelligibility in N-talker babble: effects of context, modality, and speaking style. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, Vol. 57, 1908-1918. doi:10.1044/JSLHR-H-13-0076

You can find the paper at: http://jslhr.pubs.asha.org/article.aspx?articleid=1850666&resultClick=3

Our lab alumni, Niamh Kelly, will be starting a postdoc this fall at the University of Graz working with Prof. Ineke Mennen. She will be working on second language acquisition of segmental and suprasegmental features. Congrats, Niamh! Well deserved!

Congratulations to Cindy Blanco for receiving the prestigious Dissertation Fellowship for 2015-2016 from the American Association of University Women (AAUW). Her dissertation project explores acoustic detail in monolingual and bilingual listsners’ representations of English and Spanish.

I am very proud of our undergraduate research assistants and their newest accomplishments!! Lauren Franklin is starting the Linguistics program at Brown, Maddie Oakley is going to Linguistics at Georgetown, Emily Tagtow is joining the masters program for language technologies at Carnegie Melon, and Gaby Cook is joining the Communication Disorders graduate program at Texas State University! Well done and well deserved!

I am in awe of these women. It has been such a pleasure working with them in the lab! Hope everyone has a great summer!

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Great presence of the UTSoundLab at various events during the UT Undergraduate Research Week!  Karen Johnson, Michelle Dubois and Andrea Manrique did a fantastic job talking about our projects! Thanks to Elisa Ferracane and Cindy Blanco for their contributions and help!

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Two successful sounds dissertation defenses: Niamh’s “An Experimental Approach to the Production and
Perception of Norwegian Tonal Accent” and Lauren’s “An Investigation of Asymmetries of Rhythm in Speech
Production.” Congratulations both!!!

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