Professor Debra Schober-Peterson and five communication sciences and disorders students volunteered at Camp SPEAK, an overnight camp for individuals ages 5-20 who use alternative/augmentative communication.
CSD celebrates 28 graduates this summer. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, “about 14,000 openings for speech-language pathologists are projected each year.”
Faculty and students in the College of Education & Human Development’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders are working to increase aphasia awareness in Atlanta during Aphasia Awareness Month.
Communication sciences and disorders master’s students Aasha Brooks, Malini Laxman and Kelley Ngo are 2023 recipients of the Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation Scholarship.
Associate Professor Jacqueline Laures-Gore has been elected a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
On May 6, the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders had its first in-person Good Morning Aphasia event in two years, giving attendees the opportunity to learn more about aphasia and meet others with the language disorder.
Brianna Childs, a student in our Communication Sciences and Disorders M.S. program, is a 2022 recipient of the Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation Scholarship for $1500.
Dr. Jacqueline Laures-Gore is the 2022 recipient of the Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s (GSHA) Honors of the Association.
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders welcomes its first doctoral student, Hannah Griffey.
Annually, the College of Education & Human Development honors its students for their outstanding achievements and contributions to their fields […]
The College of Education & Human Development celebrated Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders faculty members Debra Schober-Peterson and Stacey Wallen during its Faculty Awards Recognition on March 30.
Associate Professor Eva van Leer published an article in the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology entitled, “Effect of an iOS […]
Georgia State University’s M.S. program in Communication Sciences and Disorders was recently ranked number 13 in Best Value Schools’ Best 15 […]
Jacqueline Laures-Gore, associate professor and interim chair of our Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, has been appointed […]
Hanna Whitehead (M.S. ’20) was named Employee of the Month at the North Decatur Health and Rehabilitation Center a few months after starting her job there.
Georgia State University professor Cynthia Puranik and colleagues at Seton Hall University are developing a writing-focused intervention program
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders celebrates its Honors Day award recipients for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Students in the College of Education & Human Development’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders received several accolades at the Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Association annual convention Feb. 13-15.
You’re invited to attend our open house. Help us celebrate the department’s inaugural year and the 45th anniversary of the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic.
Dr. Julie Washington, our chair, received a 2019 Editor’s Award for a co-authored article. The award is from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Associate Professor Eva van Leer is working on a Georgia Clinical and Translational Science Alliance-funded project to study a voice quality identification system.
Associate Professor Cynthia Puranik has received a five-year, $3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences to study a writing intervention program.
Joy Malutinok is the 2019 recipient of the College of Education & Human Development Scholarship. Joy is a second-year master’s student in the CSD program.
“Returning to graduate school after working in education has been an invigorating experience for me. Initially, I was fascinated by the development of language in young children and their eventual acquisition of literacy skills,” said Adrienne Murray, Communication Sciences and Disorders student.
CommunicAID+Nation had a successful fundraiser with the students and faculty of the Communication Sciences and Disorders program at Georgia State.
I have always been interested in anatomy and how the body works. I have a music and vocalist background and use my voice throughout the day. When I began experiencing voice issues, I investigated the cause and found out more about the field.
Marissa Greene graduated with an M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She found a way to marry her love of language with helping others.
Daniel DeWitt is a CSD graduate. DeWitt is originally from Lawrenceville, GA and received a bachelor’s degree in music from the University of Georgia.
Melinda K. Rodriguez is a Communications Sciences and Disorders graduate. She is originally from Atlanta and earned a bachelors in elementary education. Learn more about her.
Taylor Tweedle received an M.S. in the Communication Sciences and Disorders program. She was also the president of CommunicAid+Nation.
Jacquelynne (Jackie) Christina Rodriguez received her M.S. in 2016. She did her undergraduate work at the University of Georgia and is originally from Augusta.
Kim Gold is an alumna of the College of Education & Human Development and graduated with an M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD).