When Alex (Bing) Marchbanks ’14, SLP ’18 graduated from Pacific, she never could have imagined the niche area of speech-language pathology that her career would lead her to. Since 2021, she has been treating premature infants in the neonatal intensive care unit with feeding and swallowing disorders.
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Alex (Bing) Marchbanks ’14, SLP ’18 Specializes in Infant Feeding and Swallowing in Niche Area of Speech-Language Pathology
Pacific University Professor Kerry Mandulak is the President-Elect of the Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Most recently, she served as the association's vice president for finance.
The Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Association has has awarded its 2023 annual Award of Clinicianship to Assistant Professor Mary Mitchell, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Stead is the coordinator of the School of Communication Sciences & Disorders’ simulation program and is credentialed as a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE).
She has taught students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, collaborated on senior capstone projects with students in the CSD minor, and investigated the feasibility and outcomes of holistic review for graduate admissions in order to diversify the future CSD workforce.
Martha Cuevas-Ramos SLP '17, who is being awarded an Emerging Leader alumni award, knows the joy on a mother's face. She helps put it there.
Pacific's Amanda Stead Honored by Speech Language Association for Special Contributions in Higher Education
Communications Science and Disorders Professor Amanda Stead will be honored by the American Speech Language Hearing Association for her special contributions in higher education.
Helen Sharp has received the Pacific University Kate Garrison “Overcoming the Odds” Award.
Toward a Healing Presence | Stress Reduction & Resilience Training for Healthcare Students & Employees
The Oregon Healthcare Workforce Institute (OHWI) Pacific is providing free access to this online MSBR training for Pacific University health profession students, staff and faculty. The eight-week sessions begin Feb. 9.
A partnership between Pacific University’s School of Communication Sciences & Disorders and the Northwest Regional Education Service District (NWRESD) aims to diversify the speech-language profession.