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In Memoriam - Donald C. Gasaway

Posted: May 5, 2021

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of one of our most beloved members, Don Gasaway, on Monday April 5, 2021.  Many of us were friends of Don, students of Don, disciples of Don.  Don was the reason for the establishment of NHCA’s Lifetime Achievement Award, and its first recipient. For those of you who attended our 2019 conference, you were graced with the opportunity to hear Don orate from the “pulpit” and impart his zeal for that work we do. Elliott Berger will share a full obituary in an upcoming issue of the Spectrum. Meanwhile, Don’s family suggests that contributions his friends wish to make should be directed to the NHCA Scholarship Foundation.

 

Call for New Spectrum Editor

Posted: May 5, 2021


Our dear Spectrum Editor, Nancy Wojcik, is hanging up her quill after our May issue. As such, we will need a new Editor or Co-Editors. This is an excellent opportunity to contribute to NHCA and the field of hearing conservation, and for professional development. You will not be alone! In addition to support from our Director of Communication, our outgoing Editor has graciously agreed to mentor our new Editor or Co-Editors. Thank you Nancy! If you are interested in the position, please email your resume to Liz Masterson at [email protected].

 

NIDCD Director Comments on Oscar-winning Film

Posted: May 5, 2021

Debara Tucci, MD, MS, Director of the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), has posted a public comment regarding the award-winning film “Sound of Metal.” While recognizing the artistic achievements of the film and its value for bringing attention to the impact of severe hearing loss, Dr. Tucci expresses some concerns: “While not entirely inaccurate, the film errs in making key points, and this depiction may discourage many who could benefit from seeking care.” Read More

 

Sound Postcard 

Posted: May 5, 2021

We all know that spiders are sensitive to disturbances in their webs – certain movements may indicate a tasty bug has been snagged and is available for lunch. To better understand the spider’s world, MIT scientists have used laser imaging, and some artistic license, to convert spider web vibrations into sounds we can hear. Read more about their process and enjoy the music created from study of the spider’s web. Click here 


(Photo Credit: Martin Holverda) 

 

NHCA/CAOHC Webinar: Hearing Protector Fit Testing

Posted: April 7, 2021

Don't miss TOMORROW's Webinar on Hearing Protector Fit Testing, sponsored by NHCA and CAOHC. Speakers: Bill Murphy and Wei Gong of NIOSH. For more information and to register, CLICK HERE.


Photo credit: cdc.gov

 
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