Tools of the Trade
Speech Buddies are a set of revolutionary tools to teach children correct tongue positioning for the five most difficult sounds – R, S, L, CH, and SH – children learn and feel how to correct a problem sound.
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The sophomore class has been busy registering for next semester’s classes. We have been continuing to observe at the clinic as we get closer and closer to achieving our undergraduate degree.
The Marywood University National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA) Chapter was recently awarded a $250.00 Community Service Grant from the NSSLHA Executive Council. Grant money received was used to support a project which benefited St. Joseph’s Center.
The Marywood University Chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association hosted a Career Awareness Event on November 12th on Marywood's campus.
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!