The high precision acoustic components developer donated $2,500 to provide educational enrichment opportunities to AuD and PhD students and neurotology fellows.
November 8, 2019 (VPR) Lisle, Illinois, USA – Bellsing, a global developer and supplier of high precision acoustic components, recently donated $2,500 to the American Auditory Society’s (AAS) Sponsored Student/Fellows Membership Program.
The AAS partners with industry leaders to support this enrichment program, which provides a free one-year AAS membership to full-time AuD and PhD students and neurotology fellows. Included in this membership are also opportunities to attend the society’s annual Scientific and Technology meeting at reduced rates, along with a subscription to the prestigious Ear and Hearing Journal.
"The American Auditory Society is grateful for Bellsing’s generous support for our Sponsored Student/Fellows Membership Program,” said AAS President, Brent Edwards. “We appreciate Bellsing’s recognition of the importance to promote hearing science to emerging hearing professionals, which supports AAS’s mission to translate scientific discovery into clinical practice."
Bellsing will be recognized at the 2020 Annual Scientific and Technical Meeting and highlighted on the American Auditory Society’s website for the entire year due to its support of the program.
“We are proud to support this important program that provides exposure to cutting-edge research and new technology for the future leaders of our industry,” said Daniel Warren, Ph.D., Bellsing’s chief technology officer. “Along with the AAS, Bellsing is equally dedicated to ongoing advancements in hearing research to continue to inspire new development of optimal products for our customers.”
Bellsing is a global developer of Balanced Armature (BA) speaker, specializing in hearing aids and in-ear monitor speakers. The company has a global operations and sales center in Shenzhen, China, a R&D center in Lisle, Illinois, USA, a supply chain and transit center in Hong Kong, China, a production center in Suzhou, China, and customer service centers around the world in Asia, Europe and North America.