Illinois State junior Kali Riddell researched stuttering during her summer internship at the National Institutes of Health.
Several faculty from Communications Sciences and Disorders were honored for their first place finish in the inaugural “Walk the Talk” contest for the scholarship of teaching and learning.
The National Student Speech Language Hearing Association and the Student Academy of Audiology held the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders’ annual banquet April 24.
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is proud to announce the newest addition to Illinois State University’s audiology program, Antony Joseph.
Ken Koroll, the chairman of the National Stuttering Association’s (NSA) board of directors, will discuss the impact of support groups and acceptance for people who stutter at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 20, in Stevenson Hall, room 101.
Six years ago, Illinois State sophomore Alex Shelton was in a coma. Doctors told his parents he only had a 10 percent chance of living after suffering a traumatic brain injury in an accident.
Audiology mentor Ryan Mulligan ’11 and a team of student volunteers are helping Special Olympics Illinois athletes as they compete in the Summer Games at Illinois State.
Sam Clement, a 13-year-old from just outside Bloomington, wants to be a writer someday, penning big, long fantasy novels. But the someday storyteller struggled to do just that—tell stories—because of his stutter.