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 Sound Perspectives
Recent Acoustical Society
of America Awards and Prizes
Acoustics Today is pleased to present the names of the recipients of the various awards and prizes given out by the Acoustical Society of America. After the recipients are approved by the Executive Council of the Society at each semiannual meeting, their names are published in the next issue of Acoustics Today.
Congratulations to the following recipients of Acoustical Society of America medals, awards, prizes, and fellowships, many of whom will be formally recognized at the fall 2019 meeting in San Diego, CA. For more information on the accolades please see,, and
2019 Silver Medal in Musical Acoustics
D. Murray Campbell
University of Edinburgh
2019 Silver Medal in Physical Acoustics
James M. Sabatier
University of Mississippi
2019 Rossing Prize in Acoustics Education
Preston S. Wilson
University of Texas at Austin
Science Communication Award
Category 1 (Long format)
2019 Leo and Gabriella Beranek Scholarship in Architectural Acoustics and Noise Control
Kevin Leete
Brigham Young University
2019 Raymond H. Stetson Scholarship in Phonetics and Speech Science
Meg Cychosz
University of California, Berkeley Jingwen Li
New York University
Quincy Whitney, journalist, for her book American Luthier: Carleen Hutchins — the Art and Science of the Violin. Available at
Category 2 (Short format, journalist or nonprofessional in acoustics)
Dallas Taylor, host and executive producer, and Kevin Edds, writer and producer, of Twenty Thousand Hertz podcast, for the episode “20,000 dBs Under the Sea.”
Available at
Category 3 (Short format, ASA member or professional acoustician)
Noel Hanna for his article in the online magazine The Conversation, “Explainer: Why the Human Voice Is So Versatile.” Available at explainer-why-the-human-voice-is-so-versatile-69800.
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