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Student Projects and Awards

Acoustics Student wins Fulbright and Martin Scholarship

Miles Aron receives Martin Scholarship at 2013 Commencement and has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright scholarship.

Acoustics Students Receive Beranek Student Medals at 2013 Commencement

Rachel Parlock and Tiffany Stahura researched hospital noise and its correlation to patient surveys.

Aaron M. Lesky wins Leo Beranek Student Medal for Excellence in the Study of Noise Control

Aaron worked on testing and muffler design for the NASA Orion Space Crew Module.

Acoustics Student Receives Newman Award at 2012 Commencement

Chris Jasinski  was honored for his work on The Effect of Test Method on the Just Noticeable Difference of Clarity Index (C80), an important descriptor for the acoustic quality of concert halls.

Recent CETA Grads Win Acoustical Society Award

Adam Wells and Ari Lesser's project focused on reducing classroom activity noise. The team designed testing apparatus in the Acoustical Engineering’s Reverberation room to evaluate and design optimal floor characteristics to minimize noise from chair scrapes and impacts, such as foot falls.