CU Alumni Recognition Award Given to Becky Roser!

(update) Tonight our own Becky Roser, '75 receives a CU Alumni Recognition Award!

Becky is a CU alumni and former CU SLHS (CDSS) Department Clinical Supervisor and Director. She served on multiple advisory boards & committees at CU for the past three decades. Becky provided services in Denver, Adams, and El Paso Counties (DPS) from 1967 to 1974, then became a Doctoral student/Speech-Language trainee at the VA Medical Center for a year. She served as Chair for the Political Action Committee of the Colorado Speech-Language-Hearing Association and volunteer lobbyist at the Colorado Legislature in 1975. For her good work, she received an Outstanding Service Award from the Colorado Speech-Language-Hearing Association that same year.

From 1975 to 1978 Becky was Director of Speech and Hearing Services at the Mercy Medical Center in Denver and then became Clinical supervisor and Director of Clinical Services at the University of Colorado Boulder – Communication Disorders and Speech Science (then CDSS) from 1978 to 1988. Her responsibilities included budgeting and fund-raising for the comprehensive Speech and Hearing clinic on the Boulder Campus. She established a fifteen member citizen advisory board; coordinated or supervised graduate students in clinical practicum both on and off-campus and taught courses and supervised students in diagnostic and treatment services. With her husband Jim Roser, Becky helped to conceive and oversee the Roser Visiting Artist Program at CU. The Rosers also provided major support for the Alliance for Technology, Learning and Society Program (ATLAS) where Becky serves as a board member. 

Becky will be honored at the 83rd Annual Alumni Association Awards Ceremony Thursday, November 1, 2012 when the CU Alumni Association will showcase this year's winners and honor all previous award winners during the Back to Boulder Weekend/Homecoming Celebration

Congratulations Becky!