April 3, 2018, 2:26 pm

The Voice and Speech Review Editorial Board is proud to announce the 2017 award winners.

 

Dudley Knight Award for Outstanding Vocal Scholarship:

Joanna Cazden for Stalking the Calm Buzz: How the Polyvagal Theory Links Stage Presence, Mammal Evolution, and the Root of the Vocal Nerve 

 

Rocco Dal Vera Graduate Research Award:

Kate Glasheen for Negotiating the Contrary Craft of the Triple-Threat

 

VSR Forum Article of the Year Award:

Matthew Hoch for The Legacy of William Vennard and D. Ralph Appelman and Their Influence on Singing Voice Pedagogy: Reflections after 50 Years (1967-2017)

 

These award-winning articles and more are in the 2017 (Volume 11) of the VSR. VASTA members receive free online access.

 

To Access the VSR Online:

1) Go to the VASTA homepage (www.vasta.org)

2) Scroll to find “Click Here for VSR Online Access” on the right

3) Login

4) “Click to Read the VSR Online”

 

About the Awards

The Dudley Knight Award for Outstanding Vocal Scholarship is named in memory of Dudley Knight, a former VSR Editor-in-Chief and Distinguished VASTA member. The award is open to peer-reviewed research articles. Winners receive $400. 

The Rocco Dal Vera Graduate Research Award is named in memory of Rocco Dal Vera, the founding VSR Editor-in-Chief and Distinguished VASTA member. This award is open to articles that were based on graduate research. Winners receive $200. 

The Forum Article of the Year Award is open to authors in the Forum section of the journal. 

 

For full award details, see VSR Awards.

To learn more about the VSR, see www.vasta.org/voiceandspeechreview.

 

Rockford Sansom

Editor-in-Chief

Voice and Speech Review

vsr.editor@vasta.org

Posted by Rockford Sansom at 2:26 pm