News & Events


Job Talk: Dr. Glenda Mason
February 9, 2018Event Details: Start: 15 February 2018 5:00 pm End: 15 February 2018 6:00 pm Venue: Friedman Building – Room 355 Categories: Speech Language Pathology   TITLE: School-aged Children’s Literacy Skills and Phonological Accuracy in Multisyllabic Words   ABSTRACT: Evidence suggests that phonological accuracy is relevant to literacy; for school-aged children, however, relationships have not been […] Read More >

Job Talk: Ms. Erica Davis
February 2, 2018Event Details: Start: 8 February 2018 5:00 pm End: 8 February 2018 6:00 pm Venue: Friedman Building – Room 355 Categories: Speech Language Pathology   TITLE: Implicational Relationships: A cross-linguistic, longitudinal investigation ABSTRACT: My current research focuses on evaluating the theoretical and empirical issues with using implicational relationships (i.e., that a marked or complex sound […] Read More >

Job Talk: Dr. Brea Chouinard
January 29, 2018Event Details: Start: 1 February 2018 5:00 pm End: 1 February 2018 6:00 pm Venue: Friedman Building – Room 355 Categories: Speech Language Pathology   TITLE: Neurobiology of Social Communication ABSTRACT: Social communication impairments, such as difficulties understanding, building, and maintaining relationships, are characteristic for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). By focusing on the […] Read More >

Search for new Assistant Professor in Speech-Language Pathology
September 26, 2017The School of Audiology & Speech Sciences is recruiting for the position of Assistant Professor, Tenure Track to teach and conduct research in Speech Language Pathology. Please see the career posting online for information on the required qualifications and duties.  Queries regarding this position may be directed to Dr. Jeff Small, Associate Professor and Director email: director@audiospeech.ubc.ca. Application […] Read More >

Dr. Jeff Small appointed as new Director
August 17, 2017We are pleased to announce Dr. Jeff Small has been appointed as the new Director of the School of Audiology and Speech Sciences, effective July 24, 2017. Dr. Small is an Associate Professor and cognitive scientist with specialization in communication sciences and disorders. He joined the School of Audiology and Speech Sciences in 1997, specializing in […] Read More >

Hot Topics in Speech, Language & Hearing
February 14, 2017The 1st Symposium on Speech-language Pathology and Audiology of the School of Audiology and Speech Sciences will be held on April 1st 2017. Read More >

Professor Emeritus John Gilbert receives prestigious award
January 27, 2017Prof. Emeritus John Gilbert will receive the 2017 Pioneer Award from the National (US) Centre for Interprofessional Practice & Education. The award will be presented to John at the Center’s 2017 Summit meeting that will take place in Minneapolis in August 2017.” Read More >

Hearing Information Event!
November 7, 2016Mark your calendars! UBC Audiology students are hosting their annual hearing health event on November 25th (free to the public). Don’t miss out on this opportunity to get your hearing screened and learn about hearing health from graduate audiology students. Snacks and refreshments will be provided. Date & Time: November 25, from 2-4pm Location: 2177 […] Read More >

Call for Nominations: Clinical Faculty Awards
October 12, 2016UBC School of Audiology & Speech Sciences (SASS) continues our tradition of offering awards in Excellence in Clinical Education, and we are seeking nominations for the Elizabeth MacLeod Award for Excellence in Clinical Education (Speech-Language Pathology), and the Noelle Lamb Award for Excellence in Clinical Education (Audiology). These awards allow the School to recognize a speech-language pathologist and an […] Read More >

Lareina Abbott awarded a Paetzgold Fellowship.
August 12, 2016Audiology student Lareina Abbott is the recipient of a Paetzgold Fellowship. These fellowships are endowed by Cordula Paetzgold and the University of British Columbia for full full-time master’s or doctoral students, with preference given to graduate students with disabilities, First Nations graduate students, and women students pursuing graduate study in medicine, neuroscience, genetics, health care and epidemiology, pharmaceutical sciences, […] Read More >