Florida State University Students Attend Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University’s Interprofessional Practice Event

On February 2nd and March 2nd, 2022, first and second-year graduate students from Florida State’s School of Communication Science and Disorders attended an event hosted by Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. This event provided training and practice within interprofessional education, with FSU’s participation coordinated by Ellen M. Nimmons. “More professional training programs are engaging in …

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Dr. Chris Constantino Represents CCI at TEDxFSU

CCI Faculty member Dr. Chris Constantino recently spoke at the TEDxFSU event held on April 6th, 2022. Dr. Constantino is an expert in the field of communication science and disorders. He is one of two faculty members chosen. The majority of his expertise revolves around stuttering; more specifically, how stuttering feels to the speaker. Through …

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SCSD Researchers Share Their Work at 9th National Symposium on Spanish as a Heritage Language

Several SCSD researchers, students, and faculty members recently had the opportunity to showcase their work at the 9th National Symposium on Spanish as a Heritage Language (NSSHL). The symposium was hosted by Florida State, and featured many important contributions from the School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD). SCSD hosted a full panel at the …

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Faculty from the School of Communication Science and Disorders Participate in Florida State University’s College of Medicine’s Medical Disability Workshop

On February 26th and March 5th, 2022, Florida State University’s College of Medicine hosted a series of workshops in conjunction with faculty from the School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD). These workshops focused on medical staff’s interactions with patients with disabilities. This first event, held on February 26th, was a workshop for M1, M2, …

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SCSD Bilingual Certificate Program Partners with School in Costa Rica

Communication Science and Disorders students have partnered with Costa Ballena school in Costa Rica to provide web-based instruction to Spanish-English speaking children.   Eleven FSU students enrolled in the Bilingual Services Certificate program in SCSD have been participating in online instruction with the children. They meet with the children twice a week throughout the course of the semester. In their …

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