Emily Hamuka, a clinical educator in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department at UNC Greensboro, was once asked what she would do if she could design any summer camp. From that question – the Sports and Language Camp was formed.
Bilingualtek project integrates language and science learning. “Language is so important for science learning because in order to even think about science concepts, you also need the words.” Sitting criss-cross in a circle, five preschoolers reach out to touch pieces of fabric their teacher spreads in front of them.
Sena Crutchley didn’t set out to become a specialist in gender affirming voice work. When she joined UNC Greensboro’s Communication Sciences and Disorders Department (CSD) in 2007, the University already had an established program housed within the Speech and Hearing Center.
UNC Greensboro’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) hosted a new summer camp this June for children at Piney Lake. The camp was the first of its kind in North Carolina.
Imagine being newly retired and excited to embrace hobbies. As the days go on, you begin to notice difficulty hearing some of your favorite sounds, from your grandchildren playing in the pool to the pitter-patter of rain on the rooftop.
Professional basketball player Michael Kidd-Gilchrist visited UNC Greensboro’s campus on Feb. 1 to speak to students in the Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders (CSD) about his past, present, and future journey as a person who stutters. The department’s Speech and Hearing Center trains students for future careers in speech-language pathology and provides services to…
When I graduated from UNCG in 2015, I never imagined that I would be working in the trenches on the frontlines of a global pandemic. However, that is exactly where I am today. And while this work is exhausting and often sad, I am beyond grateful that my UNCG education and 6 years of experience…
Following graduation in 2008, I accepted a position as an outpatient pediatric speech-language pathologist at Wake Forest University Medical Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina where I completed my clinical fellowship year and have been practicing ever since.
It’s a hot Tuesday morning in July. The horses twitch and stomp. A barn cat snoozes in the sun. Seems like just another day at HORSEPOWER Therapeutic Learning Center in Colfax, but for four kids with intellectual learning disabilities, it’s the best day.
Speech problems usually follow from strokes that occur on the left side of the brain. Because of that, Communication Sciences & Disorders alumna (’14) Dr. Jamilia Mijnga explained, clinical education, practice, and research have been on the overt communication impairments from left hemisphere stroke, leaving a whole other half of the brain and population under…
The Speech and Hearing Center now offers cochlear implant services for clients. This includes an assessment to determine if a client needs the service, referral to a doctor to implant the device, activation, programming, follow-up care and maintenance and troubleshooting through the life of the device.
Dr. Brandi M. Baldwin is an award-winning StartUp CEO and founder of Millennial Ventures Holdings, the parent company to a suite of social impact brands tackling the world’s most relevant business challenges: diversity and inclusion, motivating millennials to level-up their leadership, and helping young people learn how to build generational wealth through entrepreneurship.
Congratulations to Tynashia Whitaker who is the first UNC Greensboro CSD student to be accepted into the prestigious Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program, launched at UNC Greensboro in 2017.
Dr. Kristine Lundgren, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, co-directed a Fulbright Hays Group Project Abroad program to Shanghai China with Dr.Ye (Jane) He from the School of Education. Twelve educators from North Carolina, including 3 HHS alumni, CSD AP Professor Perry Flynn, Mike Maykish, and Mariam Abdelaziz, … Continued
Professors Lyn Mankoff and Perry Flynn, faculty in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, collaborated with the Department of Defense (DoD) Schools in setting up five internship placements in Europe for our 2nd year Speech-Language Pathology master’s students. The students provide speech-language pathology services under the supervision of their supervising speech-language pathologists in DoD … Continued
Louise F. Raleigh, M.Ed., AP Professor, Speech and Hearing Center Director, HIPAA Privacy Officer, was awarded from the American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association a Fellowship of the Association 2015.
Inter-institutional Distance Education Agreement for Learning and Leadership in Communication Sciences and Disorders IDEALL CSD-see bulletin, will begin January 2016. It is available to full and part-time students.
Dr. Susan Phillips of Communication Sciences and Disorders and Dr. Susan Dennison of Social Work have just published “Faculty Mentoring, A Practical Manual for Mentors, Mentees, Administrators, and Faculty Developers”.