News & Events


UBC Faculty of Medicine Q&A with SASS Clinical Instructor, Carla Monteleone
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Welcome Our New Clinical Faculty Representatives
Congratulations to Li Qi and Rachel Kennedy, who have been appointed as the new Clinical Faculty Representatives to our School. Read More >

2020 UBC Graduate & Professional Schools Virtual Fair
Mark your calendars! The UBC School of Audiology and Speech Sciences  will be at the UBC Graduate & Professional Schools Virtual Fair on Friday, September 25th (11am-3pm)! Join us for a virtual chat to learn more about audiology and speech-language pathology! Register at UBC CareersOnline.   Read More >

Welcome Class of 2022 to the School of Audiology and Speech Sciences
Warmest welcome to the class of 2022 from the class of 2021. Here are some tips and tricks, kind words and bit of what to expect during your studies put together by the 2nd year students. Here is the welcome document. Read More >

Welcome Message from Dr. Roger Wong, Vice Dean, Education
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In memory of Divina Ridley
It is with great sadness that we announce that our wonderful colleague, Divina Ridley, passed away, on July 4, 2020. Divina joined our School in the summer 2018 as Aboriginal Student Community Learning Experience Coordinator. In her role, Divina helped students find Indigenous community visits for students as part of their enrolment in the AUDI […] Read More >

National Clinical Certification Exam Award: Congratulations Jessica and Brianne!
The School of Audiology and Speech Sciences would like to congratulate two of our School’s 2019 grads, Jessica Niemela (Audiology) and Brianne Senior (SLP), who won the SAC National Clinical Certification Exam Award! Read More >

Clinical Faculty Awards
Congratulations to our Clinical Faculty Award winners: Don MacAskill, Sherri Millham, and Allen Shoolingin! Read More >

Whole Word Accuracy: Seeking SLP Listeners
Invitation to SLPs to be part of a Study: “Identification of whole word accuracy in preschool children’s speech by SLP listeners in both familiar and unfamiliar languages”. Increasingly, SLPs need to work with clients who do not speak the same language(s) as the SLP. Between July and December 2020, we will be conducting a study […] Read More >

In memoriam: André Lafargue
It is with great sadness we learn of André Lafargue’s passing. André was part of the class of 1976 at the School and went on to to pioneer an audiology and speech language pathology department in central Newfoundland. Please view the obituary notice here. On behalf of everyone at the School, we would like to […] Read More >