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ATSU-ASHS audiology chair receives Joel Wernick award

November 7, 2006
Posted In: ASHS

MESA, Ariz. (Nov. 7, 2006 ) – During the Academy of Dispensing Audiologists Annual Convention this past week, Tabitha Parent-Buck, Au.D., the chair of the audiology department at ATSU’s Arizona School of Health Sciences in Mesa, was selected as this year’s recipient of the Joel Wernick Award.

The Joel Wernick Award is presented annually in recognition of an outstanding educational contribution within the fields of audiology or hearing science. First presented in 1989, the Wernick Award is the Academy of Dispensing Audiologists most prestigious professional recognition.

Joel Wernick, Ph.D. ,was an active supporter of the Academy from its inception in 1977 until his death in 1988. His life is a shining example of audiology excellence combined with a rich personal and professional life, peppered with good humor.

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