Monthly Archives: September 2011

Classroom Acoustics Affect Student Achievement

Tweet A new article based on Lauren Ronsse’s PhD work has just come out in Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine: “Classroom Acoustics Affect Student Achievement”!¬† There has been a great deal of previous research, indicating how noise in classrooms can impact speech … Continue reading

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NAG Meeting 9-12-11

Tweet At this week’s Nebraska Acoustics Group meeting, Ellen Peng made a presentation about measurements that she, Dr. Lau, and Mustafa Kavraz (visiting scholar) took in the variable acoustics ‘EPod’ room at Armstrong World Industries in Lancaster, PA. ¬†Ellen and … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Dr. David Bradley!

Tweet We are so proud of our alum, Dr. David Bradley, who recently received a prestigious NSF CAREER Award for his project “Quantification of Acoustic Scattering from Stochastic Fractal Surfaces”! David is currently an Assistant Professor of Physics at Vassar … Continue reading

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