News: Communication Sciences and Disorders

National Black Association for Speech-Language Hearing Starts New Chapter at UCF

Written By: Heather Lovett | February 6, 2023
Students in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders have launched a new student organization focused on meeting the needs of Black professionals, students and individuals that have communication disorders....

Research Roundup: Recent Publications By CHPS Faculty 2022

Written By: Heather Lovett | February 6, 2023
Students at the College of Health Professions and Sciences benefit from faculty who conduct research into a broad number of health and wellness topics, discovering new insights and creating innovation...

New Immersive Simulation Suite Will Teach UCF Students, Help Patients

Written By: Heather Lovett | January 23, 2023
The hands-on tech will better prepare College of Health Professions and Sciences students for frontline roles. UCF’s College of Health Professions and Sciences has again expanded its state-of-the-art Rehabilitation Innovation Center with...

How NFL Player Damar Hamlin Tackled the Odds: Health Experts Weigh In

Written By: Heather Lovett | January 23, 2023
A panel of UCF medical and rehabilitation experts discuss what happened, what Hamlin’s physical and mental recovery could look like, and protecting the heart health of athletes.

Research in 60 Seconds Video: Helping Children Born with Cleft Palate

Written By: Heather Lovett | January 6, 2023
Whether it’s solving the world’s biggest problems or investigating the potential of novel discoveries, researchers at UCF are on the edge of scientific breakthroughs that aim to make an impact....

UCF Podcast: Providing Quality Communication Disorders Training and Care

Written By: Nicole Dudenhoefer ’17 | September 26, 2022
Debra Knox, director of UCF’s Communication Disorders Clinic, shares the growing need for speech language pathology professionals, the constantly evolving nature of the field and what it means to help...

CSD Consortium Track Debuts in Spring Allowing Students to Earn Degree in Almost Half the Time

Written By: Heather Lovett | September 15, 2022
The UCF School of Communication Sciences and Disorders master’s program has improved its long-standing consortium track, which was designed around students working in local schools as speech-language therapists. Beginning Spring...

UCF Researcher Provides Resources for Professionals to Aid Young Children with Developmental Disabilities

Written By: Megan Pabian | September 9, 2022
Jacqueline Towson, a dually certified professional in speech-language pathology and early childhood special education, uses her unique perspective to enhance training and support for professionals who work with children who...

Turning Negatives into Positives: How a Student Took Experiences from Mother’s Diagnosis to Find Future Career

Written By: Audrey Ramos | July 20, 2022
Tori Currier, a fourth semester student in the Communication Sciences and Disorders master’s degree program, knows what it’s like to go through hard times when a loved one receives a...

Summer Program at UCF Communication Disorders Clinic Helps Kids Read

Written By: Heather Lovett | July 11, 2022
UCF summer reading program for kids, iREAD, completed its four-week course earlier this month. It was the second year that the UCF Communication Disorders Clinic offered this program. The evidence-based...

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