CSD senior selected for national minority leadership program

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.

CSD students use virtual case studies for professional training

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.

Self-Care for SLPs and AuDs

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

Illinois State clinic works on accents

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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.