Karen Cavanagh received a 2013 Outstanding Service Award, presented by Dr. Marc Pell at the SCSD 50th Anniversary Gala Dinner.
Dr. Susan Rvachew was awarded a Fellowship of the Association by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association in 2012. Fellowship is one of the highest honours bestowed by the Association on ASHA members, in recognition of outstanding contributions to the discipline of communications sciences and disorders.
Dr. Marc Pell has been awarded a Chercheur-boursier 'Senior' award from the FRSQ (2010-14).
Professor Karsten Steinhauer's "Canada Research Chair in Neurocognition of Language" was renewed for a second 5-year term by the federal Canada Research Program (2008-2013) to support his electrophysiological investigations of the brain's temporal dynamics in language acquisition and processing.
Dr. Marc Pell has been awarded a Chercheur-boursier Junior 2 career award by the FRSQ in 2007.
SCSD Adminstrative Secretary Antoinette Sommer has been recognized by the MUHC Deparment of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology for all she does each fall to make teaching duties at the School run smoothly for our part time teaching staff. A celebration luncheon will be held at the MGH in May, 2005, as part of Speech and Hearing month celebrations.
Professor Marc D. Pell has been named a New Investigator by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Institute for Aging (2002-2007)
Associate Professor Dr. Vincent Gracco has been selected to receive the College of Health and Human Services Distinguished Alumnus Award for 2001 in recognition of the breadth, strength, and international stature in his academic and professional achievements.