The following Special Report appeared in the ASHA Magazine, February 1964, p. 41.
Therefore, be it resolved that the Honors of the Association be awarded to ASHA officer, scholar, teacher, clinican, university professor, and philosopher. -- BRYNG BRYNGELSON.
Bryng Bryngelson, Speech Pathologist, b. Otisco, Minnesota, April 22, 1892.
Carleton College, 1912-1916, B.A.; 1st Headquarters Company Infantry, Camp Dodge, 1918-1919; Instructor, Department of Speech, Carleton College 1919-1920; Yale University Graduate School, 1920-1921; 1921 Fellow, Department of Speech, State University of Iowa; Professor of Speech and Psychology, Hanover College; 1924-1926, Instructor, Speech Department, State University of Iowa; M.S., 1926; 1926-1927, Research Fellow, University of Wisconsin, Department of Speech; 1927, founded and directed Speech Clinic, University of Minnesota; 1931, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology and Speech Pathology, State University of Iowa; 1931, established Speech Clinic, Department of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota; Clinical Professor Pediatrics, University of Minnesota, 1932; Founder Aphasia Clinic V.A. Hospital, 1945; 1933, Director of Speech Pathology and in 1940, Professor of Speech, University of Minnesota; 1960 Professor Emeritus, Speech and Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota.
1932, Fellow Asha; Treasurer, 1933-1942; President, 1943-1944; Life Member, 1960.
Visiting Professor -- 193801942 (summers), 1946, N.W. University (summer); University of Florida, 1950; University of Buffalo, 1961 (summer); University of Syracuse, 1962 (summer); University of Hawaii, 1964 (spring semester).
Senior author, Know Thyself; Speech in Classroom and Speech Cards, Speech Correction Through Listening; Personality -- (Getting Next to Yourself (in press). Research and publications in heredity of lefhandedness, stuttering and allied speech disorders, clinical investigations of personality development, brainedness, laterality in strabismus and delinquents, season of birth of stutterers and articulation defectives.
Membership -- Sigma Xi, Who's Who, Hon. N.W. Pediatrics Society, American Medical Writers Assoc., American Men of Science, Leaders in American Education, Psi Chi. Past M.A.P.A.
Region, Humanist; Politics, Independent.