Our department actively reaches out to the community. We offer several summer camp programs that benefit the community and enrich our graduate student’s experience.  We offer camps and programs for children and adults with various hearing and speech issues.


If you have a child who stutters, Camp SpeakaLot might be a good fit.  This FREE camp is currently recruiting participants between the ages of 7 and 13 years.  The camp is actually a research study investigating Acceptance and Commitment Group Therapy for Children who Stutter.  It is held at Piney Lake in Greensboro. Camp Speak-a-lot Flyer (PDF)

 Contact: Kelly Harrington at [email protected]

The Listening Lab

The Listening Lab

The Learning Lab is a unique and innovative summer program for children 7 – 12 years old who have been diagnosed with auditory processing disorder (APD).

To find out if your child is eligible, complete the program application form, which is available within the Listening Lab Summer Camp Brochure (PDF).

Contact: Lisa Fox-Thomas [email protected] 


Graduate students volunteer their time and energy to organize, fundraise, cook, and walk to support the Brain Injury Association of North Carolina (BIANC). These efforts help to increase community awareness of brain injury and to raise funds for thousands of individuals in the state who are living with the chronic effects of brain injury.

Contact: [email protected]

Traumatic Brain Injury (Tbi) Walkathon
Camper kissing a horse's nose


Horsepower Therapeutic Learning Center is a non-profit with a long standing relationship with our department. Each summer, UNC Greensboro Horsepower Experience (YouTube) is hosted at the Therapeutic Learning Center in Colfax, NC.

Contact: Perry Flynn at [email protected] or 336.256.2005

Group Projects Abroad Program

Dr. Lundgren and Dr. Ye He received a Fulbright-Hays Group Projects Abroad Program award in 2015 to support a four-week study abroad experience in Shanghai, China.

Teachers and speech-language pathologists from North Carolina participated in this program.

Contact: [email protected]

Group Projects Abroad Program