Tools of the Trade
Fun Fact: The human skeleton is composed of 300 bones at birth and by the time adulthood is reached, some bones have fused together to give a total of 206 bones in the body.
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CSD Second Year Grad
I know I speak for all in saying how much we have all learned through our internship experiences. We have gained independence as clinicians through learning how to manage a case load and treating a wide variety of clients with various communication impairments. This has been a very rewarding experience and it has been exciting to actively be a part of the “real world” as a speech-language pathologist!
Laura Drake was awarded 2014 Member Honors from the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA) for her demonstration of outstanding leadership skills to our student chapter.
Laura was also awarded the 2014 Northeastern Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Pennsylvania $1000 Scholarship. This is the 4th year the scholarship has been awarded to a Marywood University student!
Lauren Lettieri (2012 Graduate) and Dr. Vijay Ramachandra had their research published in the Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology
Brittany Mikajlo presents her research at an international conference.
Presentation by CSD Students at the Neurobiology of Language Conference
CSD Elves- The Christmas bug has bitten the department. Drs. Wisenburn and Ramachandra are dancing their way through the holiday season!
Two CSD students presented their research at the ASHA conference in November.
Marywood Night at ASHA
The Speech and Hearing Club Donates to the local Ronald McDonald House.