Our goal for Acoustics Today (AT) is that each article be interesting to, and readable by, every member of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA). Thus, I encourage everyone to take a look at each article and each “Sound Perspectives” essay in this issue. I trust most people will find something of interest and/or value in each. The first article by Grant Eastland discusses computational methods in acoustics. Grant provides an insightful introduction to the topic and explains complex issues in ways that will help many readers appreciate that the techniques discussed could apply to their own research.
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Computational Methods and Techniques Across Acoustics – Grant C. Eastland
Ultrasonic Hearing in Cats and Other Terrestrial Mammals – M. Charlotte Kruger
The Ins and Outs of Baby Talk – Linda Polka
Psychoacoustics of Tinnitus- Lost in Translation – Christopher Spankovich
One Singer, Two Voices – Johan Sundberg
Global Positioning Systems – Over Land and Under Sea – Lora J. Van Uffelen
Recent Acoustical Society of America Awards and Prizes
Ask an Acoustician – Zoi-Heleni Michalopoulou
A Sound Plan for Attracting Students of Color – Tyrone Porter
Hearing and Speech Research at the NIDCD – Debara L. Tucci