Assistant Professor Sparks Conversation Abo­ut Stuttering on ASHA Podcast

Florida State University School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (SCSD) Assistant Professor Christopher Constantino was a featured guest on the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s (ASHA) podcast titled ASHA Voices. The podcast begins with a conversation with Constantino to introduce a panel of experts who expand upon the episode’s topic of stigmas around stuttering. Podcast producer J.D. …

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CCI Faculty Partner with the College of Social Work

Faculty members from FSU’s School of Information (iSchool) and School of Communication Science and Disorder (SCSD) have partnered with the College of Social Work (CSW) to examine information and communication technology (ICT) use among rural child welfare workers. Christopher Constantino, assistant professor in SCSD, and iSchool professors Melissa Gross and Don Latham, collaborated Karen Randolph, …

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Student Receives ASHA Minority Scholarship

Katherine Perez, a first-year master’s student in the Speech-Language Pathology program, was awarded the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation (ASHA) Minority Scholarship. ASHA awards scholarships to exceptional graduate students who have participated in study programs within the communication sciences and disorders field and offers up to three scholarships nationwide for graduate students who are members of a …

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Student Academy of Audiology Completes Virtual Campaign

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The Student Academy of Audiology (SAA) participated in a week-long campaign titled “Ask Me About Audiology” this past October. From October 16-20, students in SAA worked to educate the local community about hearing healthcare, the impact of hearing loss/noise exposure, and the profession of audiology. Due to the constraints COVID-19 places on hosting in-person events, …

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SCSD Doctoral Student Receives $10,000 ASHF Scholarship

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FSU School of Communication Sciences and Disorders (SCSD) doctoral student, Austin Thompson, received a New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarship from the American-Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation (ASHF). ASHF provides resources for aspiring students and trailblazers with the potential to create innovative solutions for modern communication disorders. The $10,000 New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarship reserves the title for candidates …

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