Nicholas Stanley, from the University of South Alabama, will be joining the CSD faculty in August of 2018. His areas of research interest include auditory…
Graduate students in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Illinois State University provide specialized services to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Children and adults with central auditory processing deficits may experience difficulty understanding auditory information, despite having normal peripheral hearing.
David Crumbaugh, a 1973 alumnus, recently made a generous donation to establish the Thomas Eimermann Professorship.
In the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department at Illinois State University, SoTL has become a significant driving force in the work of Assistant Professor Lisa…
Listeners with hearing loss often have to try harder to hear what is being said.
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders alumna Sara Neumann, Au.D. '12, specializes in pediatric audiology and cochlear implants for children and adults, and is the…
Illinois State speech-language pathology graduate students won first place in the Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s College Bowl.
Illinois State State University Communication Sciences and Disorders staff and students will participate in the Healthy Athletes program for Special Olympics.
Communication is essential for effective interprofessional collaboration between teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing and educational audiologists.