Doctoral Students Present Research, Win Awards

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College of Communication and Information doctoral students and faculty members gathered at FSU’s Alumni Center Ballroom for the annual Doctoral Student Research Presentation and Reception on November 5, 2019. Twenty posters from the FSU’s School of Communication, School of Information, and School of Communication Science and Disorders competed for awards. See below for a list …

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SCSD Speech-Language Pathology Boot Camp

Faculty at the Speech Camp

On September 20, the School of Communication Science and Disorders hosted its annual Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Student Boot Camp. For the past 5 years, the school has run this program that allows first-year graduate students to practice their skills on their peers in a relaxed and comfortable environment. During boot camp, the students work through …

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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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Delta Zeta Fulfills Pledge to Speech and Hearing Clinic

On Tuesday, April 10th FSU sorority, Delta Zeta, fulfilled their five-year commitment of $50,000 with their final check presentation of $8,215.86 to the School of Communication Science and Disorders. Delta Zeta’s Fall philanthropy, called Homeruns for Hearing, started in the Fall of 2015. Vice President of Philanthropy for Delta Zeta, Mikayla Reiser, spoke to us …

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

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 …

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SCSD Students and Faculty Prepare for 2016 Help Guatemala Hear Mission Trip

This March, Selena Snowden and a group of undergraduate Communication Science and Disorders students will travel to Guatemala for the second Help Guatemala Hear mission trip. The team will provide much-needed hearing services and hearing aids to the country’s impoverished communities where this kind of assistance is severely needed. The group will serve through Porch …

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