2018 A.M. and Jo Winchester Distinguished Scholar Announced
November 2, 2017
Deanna K. Meinke, Ph.D., professor of Audiology and Speech-Language Sciences in the School of Human Sciences, has been chosen as the 2018 Winchester Distinguished Scholar by UNC's Faculty Research and Publications Board.
The award, which recognizes demonstrated continued excellence in scholarly activity at UNC for at least five years, comes with a $2,000 monetary award and the permanent designation of A.M. and Jo Winchester Distinguished Professor.
Meinke has been a member of UNC's faculty since 2004. She is co-director of the Dangerous Decibels program, which provides educator workshops on noise-induced hearing loss, and serves as an expert consultant to the World Health Organization's Make Listening Safe initiative. Additional information about her professional accomplishments is available on her faculty webpage.
A luncheon honoring Meinke, College Scholars and Sponsored Programs awardees will be held during Academic Excellence Week in April.
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- UNC Audiologist to Present at World Health Organization Headquarters
- UNC Audiologist to Serve on WHO Panel in Switzerland
- UNC Faculty, Students Part of International Conference on Noise-Induced Hearing Loss, Prevention
- UNC Honored Nationally for Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Prevention Program