(Re)Meet ECHOES 1
I am starting my column by (re)- introducing members to ECHOES, a quarterly news and information publication of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) from 1991 to 2013. I do this because as I randomly browsed the 23 years of issues, I felt like I used to when browsing the stacks in a great science library (way before the Web). I vividly recall the fun and excitement as I randomly opened journals and discovered articles and nuggets of knowledge that were either directly related to my research or perhaps that opened new areas of thinking. I had the same feeling when browsing ECHOES where I “discovered” material about the ASA, meeting reports, brief research reports, and many other things that I’d long forgotten or perhaps never knew. ECHOES is online at acousticalsociety.org/echoes.
To view or download the full issue, click the cover image. To read an individual article, click its title.
Acquired Hearing Loss: Is Prevention or Reversal a Realistic Goal? – Colleen G. Le Prell
The Acoustics of the Modern Jazz Drum Kit – E. K. Ellington Scott and Andrew Morrison
Immersive Wave Experimentation and The Matrix – Dirk-Jan van Manen and Johan O. A. Robertsson
Reflected Sound: Friend or Foe – Pavel Zahorik and Matthew T. Neal
Conversation with a Colleague: Robin Glosemeyer Petrone – Robin Glosemeyer Petrone
New Efforts to Bring Acoustics Standards into the Curriculum – Nancy A. Blair-DeLeon
Vantage: A Report on the Acoustical Society Foundation Fund – James H. Miller
Student Challenge Problem 2022: Additive Manufacturing and Acoustics – Christina J. Naify and Michael R. Haberman
Involvement in the Acoustical Society of America Is Key – Tracianne B. Neilsen and Anna C. Diedesch
Studying Acoustics Abroad: Exciting Opportunities for Young Acousticians – Erik Alan Petersen
Bringing the History of Our Fellows into the Modern Age – Ning Xiang and K. Anthony Hoover