Illinois State speech-language pathology graduate students won first place in the Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s College Bowl.
Communication is essential for effective interprofessional collaboration between teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing and educational audiologists.
Illinois State’s National Stuttering Association (NSA) chapter is the only one in Illinois south of Chicago.
Taeok Park, assistant professor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) Department, has developed a swallowing exercise program for healthy older people.
CSD professors and clinical educators offer their knowledge for guests attending Family Day on campus.
Illinois has at least 15 regional groups that meet regularly and provide continuing education opportunities.
CSD students and department members successfully celebrated Homecoming 2017 in a number of ways.
Undergraduate tudents prepared and disseminated a vocal health education program, Inside Your Voice (IYV) at Bone Student Center.
Grades for the independent study are based on more than just travel. Students are expected to attend regularly scheduled meetings to plan for travel, conduct…
Beginning in the fall of 2017, the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders was pleased to welcome individuals seeking transgender voice therapy services to be…