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Alumni and students gather during 2017 AAA AudiologyNOW!

May 5, 2017
Posted In: Alumni Headlines, Arizona Campus, ASHS, Awards, Events

Alumni and students of A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences (ATSU-ASHS) audiology programs met in Indianapolis for a reception hosted by ATSU-ASHS dean, Randy Danielsen, PhD, PA, DFAAPA; audiology chair, Tabitha Parent-Buck, AuD; and post-professional audiology program director, Andrea Ruotolo, AuD, ’05. The hosts shared the following updates:

  • ATSU-ASHS continues to be the largest school at the University, with more than 1,000 students, as well as 70 faculty and staff members. The hosts expressed their gratitude to ATSU-ASHS alumni and students, who make the programs stronger, year after year.
  • Audiology alumni make up the second-largest alumni group at the University, with more than 3,200 graduates. More than 40 percent of the country’s audiologists with a post-professional degree in the field are part of ATSU-ASHS alumni family.
  • Due to the continued success of the post-professional audiology program, ATSU-ASHS is expanding the program internationally. To learn more about these changes, contact Dr. Ruotolo.
  • The ASHS Alumni Board was excited to present Amit Gosalia, AuD, ’06 with the 2017 Distinguished Service Award. Dr. Gosalia was recognized for his service as a preceptor for audiology students in Arizona and Washington, for providing care at numerous community events, and for his various leadership roles in the field of audiology. Congratulations to Dr. Gosalia!

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