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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CCI Leadership Board Awards Outstanding Student Leaders

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FSU College of Communication and Information Leadership Board announced the winners of the 2020 Student Leadership Award in early October. The recipients include Christal Omni (Communication, Ph.D. student), Kathryn Manning (iSchool, senior), and Kendall Walden (Communication Science and Disorders, senior). The CCI Leadership Board is a group of alumni and friends of the College. Members …

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Kelly Farquharson Receives 2020 ASHA Award

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Associate Professor in the School of Communication Science and Disorders, Dr. Kelly Farquharson, was recently awarded the 2020 ASHA Award for Meritorious Poster Submission. The winning proposal, entitled “Speech-Language Pathologist Perceptions of Interprofessional Collaborative Practices” was one of 57 poster submissions chosen for meritorious recognition out of 1,531 submissions total. ASHA, or the American Speech-Language-Hearing …

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NSSLHA Donates 4,000+ Masks to Tallahassee’s Kearney Center

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FSU’s chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) participates in several fundraising projects within the Tallahassee community each semester. In early September, NSSLHA raised enough money to donate over 4,000 face masks to Tallahassee’s Kearney Center. “I knew this year would be challenging in terms of events and fundraisers due to COVID-19 …

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