Communication Science & Disorders Welcomes New Faculty

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Fall semester brings new faculty and staff to the School of Communication Science & Disorders at FSU’s College of Communication & Information. Michelle Therrien, PhD, Visiting Assistant Professor Dr. Therrien completed her Master’s in Computational Linguistics from University of Washington and her doctorate from Penn State University. Dr. Therrien’s research focuses on increasing and improving social[…] »

20 Questions with Jennifer Boss Kekelis

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What was your first job? My first job was working in my parents’ restaurant which was a sub sandwich shop on Panama City Beach. If you were to write a personal memoir, what would you name it?  “Bossiness”. See what I did there? Not necessarily because I’m bossy, but because it would be all about[…] »

Dr. Selena Snowden, SCSD Students Embark on Second Annual Help Guatemala Hear Mission Trip

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On February 27, a plane with Dr. Selena Snowden, her husband Ryan Snowden, audiologist Dr. Halle Van Oss and 12 School of Communication Science & Disorders students landed in Solola’, Guatemala. For the next four days, the group would provide the impoverished community with hearing clinics and construction work. With help from non-profit organization Porch de Salomon[…] »

20 Questions with Selena Snowden

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20 Questions with Selena Snowden What was your first job? Clerk in retail store If you were to write a personal memoir, what would you name it? Can you hear me now? Where did you grow up? I grew up in North Florida (Apalachicola to Panama City) with the exception of four years (3rd through[…] »

20 Questions with Lisa Scott

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      What was your first job? I worked as a car hop for A & W Root Beer. I didn’t have to wear roller skates, thank goodness, because the mugs on the trays were REALLY heavy! If you were to write a personal memoir, what would you name it? Things That Made Me[…] »

PEERS Program Helps Young Adults With Autism Expand Social Skills

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In it’s third semester, PEERS (Program for Evaluation and Enrichment of Relational Skills), is becoming an invaluable piece of the Tallahassee community. The School of Communication Science & Disorders at Florida State University is partnering with the Center for Autism & Related Disabilities (CARD) to use evidence-based research to impact the lives of middle and high[…] »