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Articles for: Communication Sciences and Disorders Programs

An added bonus: Communication sciences and disorders students get hands-on experience

May 25, 2018
Working with selection of 'augmentative communication' devices gives students real-world experience using this new technology before graduation.

$1.1 million grant to promote collaboration among service professionals

January 22, 2018
A new five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Special Education Programs will help graduate students gain collaborative clinical experience serving young children and earn an advanced degree.

Doctoral student receives national research fellowship

May 25, 2016
Seles Gadson's nine-week summer fellowship will allow her to study and conduct research at NIDCD's laboratory in Bethesda, Maryland.

Three students receive UGA's Presidential Award of Excellence

May 23, 2016
Three undergraduate students in the University of Georgia College of Education were honored with the UGA Presidential Award of Excellence for their outstanding academic achievements.

Moving beyond autism awareness

April 6, 2016
In celebration of National Autism Awareness Month, members of the Athens community are invited to learn more about autism's complex nature.

COE alumna elected president of NSSLHA

April 1, 2016
Chelsea Walker, a graduate student clinician at UGA's Speech and Hearing Clinic, was recently elected president of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association.

Graduate student receives scholarship from national organization

December 29, 2015
A COE doctoral student was recently awarded a $5,000 scholarship from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation.

College to partner with Harvard's Center on the Developing Child

December 17, 2015
COE is partnering with Harvard to develop innovative practices that support the healthy development of children ages 0 to 3 with toxic high stress.

Nina Santus is passionate about students who stutter

October 19, 2015
Graduate student loved treating people who had a variety of speech and language disorders, but knew she could do even more by going back to school.

COE assistant professor featured on UGA's homepage

September 14, 2015
Ashley J. Harrison, an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, is currently featured on UGA's homepage for her research on autism spectrum disorders.