Shannon Hall-Mills Named FLASHA President

Dr. Shannon Hall-Mills, an assistant professor at FSU School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD), is the new president of FLASHA, the Florida Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists. In addition to working as a speech language pathologist (SLP) in education-based settings and early childhood centers, Dr. Hall-Mills has spent the entirety of her career […] »

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Best & Brightest Awarded at CCI Honors Recognition Ceremony

FSU’s College of Communication and Information (CCI) honored over 75 exceptional students, faculty, community partners, student organizations, and alumni at the College’s annual Honors Recognition Ceremony and Reception on Friday, April 5, 2019. Family and friends of CCI community members traveled from near and far to gather in Miller Hall for a presentation of awards. […] »

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Powerful Posters: SCSD Research Rounds Mini-Conference

On Friday, April 12, the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) and the School of Communication Science and Disorders hosted the 2019 SCSD Research Rounds Mini-Conference. This event invited students, faculty, staff, community clinicians, and SCSD alumni to submit poster presentations of projects, methods, or studies they have been a part of that made […] »

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Lisa Fitton is Improving Childhood Literacy

Lisa Fitton, Ph.D., recently earned her doctorate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Florida State University this spring. She first began her involvement in research while attending Michigan State University, working under family therapy professor, Dr. José Rubén Parra-Cardona. Fitton’s role in the research project was helping develop an English instructional program for Spanish-speaking […] »

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CCI Alums Giving Voice to the Speechless

Isabel Lawton and Alisha Russell are both 2013 Master’s graduates of the FSU School of Communication Science and Disorders. Together, they have co-created a program called BRAV (Brooks Rehab Alternative Voices) that works to bring speech-activating equipment to patients who are unable to speak. It all began when the two of them realized that very […] »

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FSU alumna becomes clinical fellow at the San Diego VA

Even though speech-language pathology was a natural fit for Communication Science and Disorders alumna Ashley Campbell, it wasn’t always her plan. Starting off as a business student at the University of Florida, Campbell heard about speech-language pathology for the first time from a catalog of majors. She was instantly intrigued and wanted to learn more. While […] »

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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 […] »

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