Communication Sciences and Disorders

Alumnus Rousseau Receives 2015 Professional Achievement Award

Written By: Karen Guin | November 4, 2015

College Dean Michael Frumkin with Benard Rousseau, Ph.D. at the Black & Gold Gala.
College Dean Michael Frumkin (left) with Benard Rousseau, Ph.D., at the Black & Gold Gala

The UCF Alumni Association and College of Health and Public Affairs presented their 2015 Professional Achievement Award to communication sciences and disorders alumnus Bernard Rousseau, ’98, ’00, at the annual Black & Gold Gala on Oct. 22.

Rousseau is currently the associate vice chair for research; a Chancellor Faculty Fellow; and an associate professor of otolaryngology, hearing and speech sciences and of mechanical engineering at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn.

He came to UCF as a Direct Connect student and earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in communication sciences and disorders.

Watch this YouTube video to learn more about Rousseau and his story.

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