To help people with hearing loss navigate their daily lives, Nancy Tye-Murray and colleagues at the School of Medicine have developed software tools to improve speech recognition. They launched a startup to provide the software to patients and professionals.
Second-year medical student David Ebertz studies hard, but becoming a doctor isn’t his only passion. Ebertz also makes time for producing and directing musical numbers and for helping with campus sustainability initiatives.
Rafia Zafar is taking the helm as director of the university’s Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship program. Zafar is a professor of English, of African and African-American studies and of American culture studies, all in Arts & Sciences.
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