Seminars in Hearing & Communication Sciences
The Seminars in Hearing and Communication Sciences (SHACS) are a bi-monthly series showcasing the research of faculty members from across the University of Washington campus, as well as the work of invited scientists from other institutions. Invited speakers also visit the laboratories of colleagues on campus and share their expertise with doctoral students. The UW community of scientists and clinicians involved in communication sciences includes many departments, including genetics, physiology, neurobiology and behavior, speech and hearing sciences, psychology, otolaryngology, and rehabilitation medicine.
Seminars in Hearing and Communications Sciences (SHACS)
|Oct. 2||Maria Chait, PhD, Univeristy College of London
||Richard Wright, PhD, UW Department of Linguistics||EGL 001
|Oct. 30||Katherine Bouton, Author||EGL 001|
|Nov. 6*||Matt Goupell, PhD, Univeristy of Maryland||CHD 150|
|Nov. 20||Peter Rabinowitz, PhD, UW Dept of Environmental & Occupational Sciences||CHD 150|
|Dec. 4||Ileen Schwartz, PhD, UW College of Education
*Nov. 6 Lecture to begin at 4pm.