Students and staff represented SHP well at the 2018 MSHA (Missouri Speech-Language Hearing Association) Convention Awards. MSHA serves as the state association representing speech-language pathologists, audiologists, speech, language, and hearing scientists and related personnel associated with organized speech, language, and hearing education and health-care settings. Their 2018 Convention was held in Osage Beach, MO from April 5th-8th.

MSHA Outstanding Graduate Student: Claire Custer

Honorable Mention Graduate Posters
Relative Fundamental Frequency as a Marker of Vocal Fatigue
Melinda Pfeiffer, University of Missouri
Faculty Mentor: Maria Dietrich

Honorable Mention Undergraduate Posters
A Phonetic Complexity-Based Approach to Intelligibility and Articulatory Precision Testing
Victoria Moss, Claire Custer, University of Missouri
Faculty Mentor: Mili Kuruvilla

Outstanding Graduate Technical Session
Smartphone App for Early Detection and Monitoring of Oromotor Dysfunction
Elise Henn, University of Missouri
Faculty Mentor: Teresa Lever

Honorable Mention Graduate Technical Sessions
Exploring the Relationship Between Language Ability and Expository Discourse Production
Anna Guilkey, University of Missouri
Faculty Mentor: Stacy Wagovich