Communication Sciences and Disorders Faculty to Present at National Convention

Six faculty members within the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders will be presenting 12 oral or poster sessions at the American Speech  Language  Hearing Associations (ASHA) national convention in Chicago, Nov. 14-17.


Communication Sciences and Disorders Faculty to present at National Convention
Six faculty members in Communication Sciences and Disorders will be presenting 12 oral or poster sessions at the American Speech – Language – Hearing Association’s (ASHA) national convention in Chicago, November 14 – 17.
Faculty members Ellen Reuler, Rik Lemoncello, Kerry Mandulak, Eric Sanders, Amanda Stead, and newest member Peter Flipsen Jr. will be representing the School of CSD at the ASHA Annual Convention in Chicago, November 14 – 17 through 12 oral and poster presentations.
The CSD faculty will be presenting on multiple topics related to their own specific areas of interest and expertise.  One of the presentations will be highlighting the recent successful partnership with Cornell Estates, an assisted living facility in Hillsboro, where CSD graduate students were paired up with a resident of the facility to learn more about the process of normal aging, as well as have the opportunity to practice assessments of language, cognition, and swallowing. 
The CSD program has welcomed its second cohort of graduate students for the Fall semester.

Faculty members Ellen Reuler, Rik Lemoncello, Kerry Mandulak, Eric Sanders, Amanda Stead, and newest member Peter Flipsen Jr., will be representing the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the ASHA Annual Convention in Chicago, Nov. 14-17, by giving 12 oral and poster presentations.

The CSD faculty will be presenting on multiple topics related to their own specific areas of interest and expertise.  

One of the presentations will be highlighting the recent successful partnership with Cornell Estates, an assisted living facility in Hillsboro, where CSD graduate students were paired up with a resident of the facility to learn more about the process of normal aging, as well as have the opportunity to practice assessments of language, cognition, and swallowing. 

The CSD program has welcomed its second cohort of graduate students for the Fall semester.

 


Posted by Joe Lang (jlang@pacificu.edu) on Sep 23, 2013 at 3:40 PM

Edited by Jenni Luckett (jluckett@pacificu.edu) on Oct 1, 2013 at 9:07 AM

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