Meet Sarah Cooper, Speech-Language Pathology Grad Student

Sarah Cooper FSU

Meet Sarah Cooper, current student in the Master Program for Speech-Language Pathology. The Basics Name: Sarah Cooper Degree: Masters in Speech-Language Pathology Anticipated Graduation: 2018 Hometown: Weston, FL Meet Sarah Who do you admire and why? I admire my parents. They are the most giving and supportive people I know. I hope that I am lucky enough to be a[…] »

FSU Alum Victoria Hollar: Volunteer, Choir Singer, and Speech-Language Pathologist

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When Victoria Hollar (B.S. Communication Disorders, ’03 and M.S. Speech-Language Pathology, ’05) was considering career paths, she was drawn to a career as a speech-language pathologist because she wanted to use her strengths in communication and interpersonal relations. Today, those skills have brought her to Halcyon Rehabilitation as the National Director of Clinical Services. As Director, Hollar is responsible[…] »

Communication Disorders Alumna receives grant for Mentoring Model

  FSU alumna Emily Lakey, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, recently received a $185,596 grant from the Iowa Department of Education to support a statewide professional development initiative to increase early intervention providers’ use of family centered practices in natural environments using the Distance Mentoring Model (DMM).  Dr. Lakey currently works as a Research Associate in the Communication[…] »

Scott interviewed about popular American Idol contestant's communication disorder

Dr. Lisa Scott, director of clinical education in the School of Communication Science & Disorders at Florida State University, was interviewed by the Erie Times-News about a popular contestant on the newest season of American Idol, Lazaro Arbos.  Arbos has a stutter which disappears when he sings and impresses the show’s star judges, which include Mariah Carey,[…] »

Comm. Diss. students host fundraiser on 2/21

Communication Disorders students in NSSLHA (National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association) are hosting a fundraiser at the Beef O’Brady’s on Capital Circle on Monday February 21st from 4pm to 9pm. NSSLHA gets 15% of every ticket, so please come help support!

Help Support the Stuttering Foundation

Communication Disorders students in NSSLHA (National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association) is helping support the “NSSLHA Loves” campaign by raising money for the Stuttering Foundation.  T-Shirts are $15 and all the proceeds go to the Stuttering Foundation! If you are interested in purchasing one, please email me at aeh09c@fsu.edu

Fish-fry to benefit Comm Disorders clinic

Scottish Rite is sponsoring a fish fry from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, to benefit the L.L. Schendel Speech and Hearing Clinic operated by FSU’s School of Communication Science & Disorders. Proceeds will be used for clinic scholarships, which cover fees for children’s therapy as well as tuition at Communication Camp in the[…] »