SCSD Alumna Denisha Campbell Awarded Research Scholarship

School of Communication of Science and Disorders (SCSD) doctoral student Denisha Campbell received the 2024 Plural Research Scholarship Award on behalf of Plural Publishing and the Council of Academic Programs in Communication Science and Disorders. Campbell says, “receiving this award is not only a tremendous honor but also a validation for the hard work and …

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SCSD’s Jinger Deason Receives Inclusive Teaching and Mentoring Award

SCSD’s Jinger Deason Receives Inclusive Teaching and Mentoring Award

Jinger Deason, Graduate Program Director for Distance Learning in the School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD), has been selected as a recipient for the 2023-24 FSU Inclusive Teaching and Mentoring Award. “This award fuels my desire to dig deeper into my understanding of best practices for inclusive mentoring and teaching and support new colleagues …

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Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Program Rises in Rankings

Speech-Language Pathology ranked #14 by U.S. News and World Report

The speech-language pathology graduate program in the School of Communication Science and Disorders ranked No. 14 among all public and private institutions and No. 10 among publics according to U.S. News & World Report. “The school’s position as the top-ranked speech-language pathology program in Florida, and its rank of No. 14 nationwide, are well deserved,” …

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SCSD Graduate Student Wins Master’s in Four Competition

On April 3, 2024, School of Communication Science Disorders (SCSD) graduate student Korrin Sheahan won first place in Florida State University’s fifth annual Master’s in Four competition. Master’s in Four is a research communication competition where six graduate students presented their research in under four minutes to effectively convey complex research topics in an appropriate …

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SCSD Students Present at FURC

Two School of Communication Science & Disorders (SCSD) students, Faith Collins and Ellie Helgeson, presented their research at the 2024 Florida Undergraduate Research Conference (FURC) in February. FURC is one of the largest multidisciplinary research conferences in the country. Collins presented “Measuring morphological complexity in teachers’ instructional dialogues,” a project she collaborated on with SCSD …

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SCSD Doctoral Candidates Get Research Published in the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology

School of Communication Science and Disorders (SCSD) doctoral candidates Miguel Garcia-Salas and Michelle Torres-Chavarro had their research, “Morphological Complexity in Writing: Implications for Writing Quality and Patterns of Change,” accepted for publication in the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. Their study was co-authored by Drs. Carla Wood (SCSD) and Chris Schatschneider (FSU Psychology). “Our study …

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