David Stein, professor and program director of the Speech-Language Pathology program, received the highest award possible from the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association (PSHA) at its annual conference, held at the Sheraton Station Square in Pittsburgh in April 2011.
The award, Honors of the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association, recognizes Stein’s devotion to his career as a speech-language pathologist as a clinician, mentor, professor, administrator, and colleague. He has served PSHA in many ways over the past thirty-four years, including time served on the executive board, various PSHA committees, and as president of the association.
Stein was chosen because of his extensive and varied experience and his involvement at the local, state, and national levels. The award also recognizes him as a source of inspiration and leadership to both students and colleagues, and as a dedicated professional to the education of future audiologists and speech-language pathologists.