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NHCA Scholarship Foundation Seeking Donations

Posted: December 2, 2020 

A contribution to the NHCA Scholarship Foundation is an investment in the future of our profession. There are many ways to support your Foundation – consider a monetary donation (online or by mail) and don’t forget to shop using AmazonSmile. For more information and to donate, click here

 

Safe-in-Sound Clarification

Posted: December 2, 2020

NHCA members have recently reported receiving a tweet of a political nature associated with the Safe-in-Sound program’s Twitter account. NHCA is a non-political organization and will not send you political tweets, e-mails, or other communications. Although the Safe-in-Sound account did not have a record of the political tweet, the leaders of the program have suspended the Twitter account to prevent hacks or other unauthorized activity. We apologize for any confusion and thank members for letting us know. If you would like information on Safe-in-Sound and the Excellence in Hearing Loss Prevention Award, please visit the official website at https://www.safeinsound.us/.

 

Hearing Research - Current Insights 

Posted: December 2, 2020 

 

Sound Postcard

Posted: December 2, 2020 

For your audio indulgence of the day, click here to listen to the majestic Castle Geyser in Yellowstone National Park. To read more about the National Park Service and its available sound galleries of natural and historical sounds, check out “Sound Profiles” in recent issues of Spectrum .

   
(Castle Geyser. Credit: Neal Herbert, NPS.gov)

 

Ear-Cleaning Poetry Contest

Posted: December 2, 2020

In a recent issue of the Spectrum, NHCA announced the Ear-Cleaning Poetry Contest.  You were asked to find or create your favorite poems with an explicit focus on sounds and the soundscape.  The goal is to elevate our hearing awareness and to discover a fabulous sound poem to be read at next year’s conference.  We are still eager to hear from you! The contest deadline is January 1, 2021. 

NHCA Members can login here to access Spectrum Vol. 37 Issue 1 and view page 12, which has more information on the contest. 

 
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