Salt Lake City — Sonic Innovations is donating a collection of scientific and educational journals to the Salus University George S. Osborne College of Audiology, Elkins Park, Pa. The collection will be used to establish a new audiology library at the College.

“Education and research are important to Sonic Innovations,” says president and COO of Sonic Innovations, Joe Lugara. “We are happy to make a donation of this kind to Salus University Osborne College of Audiology.”

The journals donated to the College were part of the auditory research library at Sonic Innovations. With the recent acquisition of Sonic Innovations by William Demant Holding, Sonic Innovations gained access to a large library of materials, making much of its current library collection redundant.

The donated collection contains journals on topics including seminars in hearing and trends in amplification. Some of the historic materials range as far back as the 1950s.

“We are thrilled to be receiving this collection of journals to add to our library,” says Victor Bray, PhD, dean of the George S. Osborne College of Audiology. “Our students and faculty will benefit greatly from them, and it is always exciting to acquire additional educational resources for our College.”

SOURCE: Sonic Innovations