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Posted 11.08.04

Communication Science Chair to Receive Two Awards

COLUMBIA, Mo. Dr. Philip Dale, chair and professor of communication science and disorders in MU's School of Health Professions, will be honored with two awards at this year's annual convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) on Nov. 19 in Philadelphia.

ASHA is the most widely recognized professional organization in its field. Dale will become an ASHA Fellow in recognition of his career contributions to the field of communication science and disorders. This is one of the highest honors given by ASHA, which has selected 27 ASHA Fellows selected for 2004.

Dale's second award is for Excellence in Publications. He -- along with colleagues from England -- will receive the Editor's Choice Award, which honors the best publication in the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research in the area of language. The article selected was "Genetic and Environmental Mediation of the Relationship Between Language and Nonverbal Impairment in 4-Year-Old Twins."


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