Cosette Groisiller, a Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) senior, was selected to participate in the Minority Student Leadership Program (MSLP) offered by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). She is one of 40 students, from 200 applicants.
Communication issues addressed in CSD 422: Assessment Across the Lifespan included: voice, expressive language, motor speech, pragmatic language, language differences, phonology, augmentative-alternative communication, fluency, written language, cognitive-communication, and aphasia.
During the 2017 spring semester, Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) senior Kaylee Sienza created the first-ever CSD transfer group student organization.
Mennonite College of Nursing was joined by the Hearing Loss Prevention (HLP) Laboratory for the Fox Creek Elementary Health Fair in Bloomington.
According to Flasher and Fogle (2012), speech-language pathologists (SLPs) and audiologists (AuDs) can be susceptible to professional burnout due to our involvement with clients and their stakeholders who are going through emotionally trying experiences. To be effective as clinicians, we must respond to our clients and their families empathetically and compassionately. Unless we are able
Many of our graduating seniors already have jobs lined up or have been accepted to graduate school, ready to take the next step in their careers.
Check out photos, video, and interviews from Illinois State University’s annual Research Symposium.
Benjamin Kirby has joined the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders as an assistant professor of audiology.
With over 25 years of clinical experience as an audiologist and more than half of a career spent as an occupational audiologist for the U.S. Navy, it is no surprise that Antony Joseph is an incredible leader in the field of audiology here at ISU.
Clinic Supervisor Rene McClure runs Illinois State’s accent modification program with the assistance of graduate speech language pathology students Laura Aughenbaugh and Sara Mandernach.