SCSD Travels to Orlando for Special Olympics USA Games

Dr. Selena Snowden, Dr. Chelsea Alexander, and several graduate and undergraduate students from the School of Communication Science and Disorders travelled to Orlando, FL from June 4th-11th to conduct hearing testing on athletes, coaches, and unified partners for the Special Olympics USA Games.

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SCSD Students Featured at Inaugural FCRR Education Sciences Colloquium

SCSD Students Featured at Inaugural FCRR Education Sciences Colloquium

This past semester, SCSD doctoral students helped to plan and present current research at the inaugural FCRR Education Sciences Colloquium on Neurodiversity in Dyslexia.  The event was sponsored by the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR), a multidisciplinary research center here at FSU.    Several SCSD doctoral students collaborated in the planning stages of the colloquium. …

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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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