Jane Brown, a longtime clinical instructor in Communication Sciences and Disorders and admissions administrator for the College died Saturday, August 28, following a battle with ovarian cancer.
We asked each of them four questions about their field, their classroom, and who they are when they aren’t teaching.
As a graduate student in Communication Sciences & Disorders, Kaya LeGrand MS ’20 spearheaded a research project to help answer one of many questions surrounding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Which features of autistic children’s language are most useful for their adult language ability??
Emerson Today reached out to graduating seniors from across the College and asked them the same seven questions. This is Part 2:
CSD graduate students created a culturally inclusive and anti-racist resources list.
The first ever graduating cohort in Speech@Emerson, Emerson’s online master’s degree program in speech-language pathology, recognize their historic milestone during a virtual celebration on Aug. 23, 2020.
Here’s the first of two Emerson Today posts that will help you get to know the newest full-time instructors in the School of Communication.
Not only does Ungar have two films in the can, she also now has two satisfying careers.
Charles Klim ’50, MSSp ’53, a professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Emerson for 33 years and chair of the department for 25 years, died May 18 at his Gloucester, Massachusetts home at the age of 93.
Delaney Mandel is looking forward to getting a job in early intervention with children.