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