Scenes from World Voice Day @ UCLA

Pat Keating, together with cross-campus colleagues organized UCLA’s first every participation in World Voice Day. There were three stations that showcased interactive exhibits about voice science, staffed in part by several of our own linguistics undergrads. Events included the debut performance by the Department’s very own Kartvelian Chorus (Georgian folk singing group) led by Vrinda Chidambaram. The festivities were also reported on the front page of the Bruin: http://dailybruin.com/2014/04/16/ucla-brings-world-voice-day-to-campus/

Thanks very much to our volunteers for helping out throughout the day:
Franny Brogan (graduate student, Spanish & Portuguese)
Loura Derro
Ana Paula Engelbert (graduate student, Head & Neck Surgery)
Emily Huo
Hyosun Kang
David Martinez-Gonzalez
Yeong Woo Park
Braunny Ramirez
Marlena Underhill (to whom special thanks for designing our banner)

World Voice Day Booth on Bruin Walk

World Voice Day Booth on Bruin Walk

Pat Keating at the Bruin Walk station

Pat Keating at the Bruin Walk station

UCLA's very own Kartvelian (Georgian folk) chorus performing on Bruin Walk

UCLA’s very own Kartvelian (Georgian folk) chorus performing on Bruin Walk

Ana Engelbert (Head/Neck surgery) at the station at the UCLA Medical Plaza

Ana Engelbert (Head/Neck surgery) at the station at the UCLA Medical Plaza

Hyosun Kang, David Martinez-Gonzalez at the UCLA Medical Plaza station

Hyosun Kang, David Martinez-Gonzalez at the UCLA Medical Plaza station

Hyosun Kang, David Martinez-Gonzalez at the UCLA Medical Plaza station

Hyosun Kang, David Martinez-Gonzalez at the UCLA Medical Plaza station

Yeong Woo Park, staffing the larynx model and artificial larynx, at the Court of Sciences station, together with some students from Electrical Engineering

Yeong Woo Park, staffing the larynx model and artificial larynx, at the Court of Sciences station, together with some students from Electrical Engineering

 

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