Communication Sciences and Disorders

Student Researchers in CSD Shine at Scholars Symposium

Written By: Megan Pabian | April 5, 2022

Student Researchers in CSD Shine at Scholars Symposium

Students from both the undergraduate program and graduate program in Communication Sciences and Disorders presented research posters at the Student Scholar Symposium as part of Research Week.

One group received a Research Presentation Award:

  • Allison Conrad, Andrea Mota & Sarah Soran, with Emad Khan (health sciences): How Aphasia Impacts Friendship: People with Aphasia’s Perspectives on Friendship Maintenance and Development After Stroke.

All CSD Student Posters

Resilience and Rehabilitation: A Scoping Review of Resilience Measurement in Stroke Survivors – Graduate students Kaitlin Vidal and Ariana Shanks

Speech Motor Learning Approach for Apraxia of Speech Treatment – Undergraduate Students Katherine James and Seva Reilly

How Aphasia Impacts Friendship: People with Aphasia’s Perspectives on Friendship Maintenance and Development After Stroke – Undergraduate Students Allison Conrad, Andrea Mota, and Sarah Soran; and Emad Khan from Health Sciences

Yoga for Aphasia: Investigating the Impact of a Virtual, Chair Yoga Program on People with Aphasia – Graduate student Rachel Levenbaum, undergraduate students Seva Reilly, Allison Conrad, Andrea Mota

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