One of the nice things about our digital age is that it is easier to record live events so you can watch them later. If you have digital recording capabilities with your TV provider, you may appreciate the ability to record a sporting event or your favorite program and watch it when it’s more convenient for you.
It’s now commonplace for government agencies and conference organizers to videotape their sessions so that people who can’t attend can watch later. For example, College of Medicine Research Professor Hans Van Dongen recently participated in a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) conference on Drowsy Driving in Washington, D.C.
“The speaker line-up was pretty much a who’s who in drowsy driving research and policy, so I felt humbled and excited to be included,” Van Dongen said after the event.
You can click on the photo to see Van Dongen’s presentation or see a shorter video where he summarizes his research.
College of Medicine researchers also on TV
WSU Spokane has recorded several interviews this year with campus administrators, researchers and community members. Several of the 15-minute interviews feature College of Medicine faculty members. You can view them on the WSU Spokane YouTube page or on cable channel 17 in Spokane.
Many programs feature Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences faculty:
- Chair and Professor Gail Chermak talks about training speech therapy students and some of the research done by her faculty members.
- Clinical Assistant Professor Georgina Lynch discusses her research about autism.
- Assistant Professor Mark Van Dam talks about his research exploring how mothers and fathers communicate differently with their babies.
- Associate Professor Nancy Potter tells us about Speech and Hearing Sciences’ Camp Candoo and ALS Forum.
- Clinical Associate Professor Amy Meredith discusses Camp Candoo and her annual spring break pilgrimage with students and faculty to rural Guatemala.
Other College of Medicine programs: