As CSD students and faculty have transitioned to remote teaching and learning like the rest of the College, they are finding ways to maintain their connections and camaraderie from a distance.
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Throughout her career, Rhiannon Luyster has conducted extensive research on language development among children—especially those with autism spectrum disorder.
Emerson School of Communication students are making an impact towards solving some of the world’s most pressing problems in this year’s SOC First-Year Initiative (FYI) – which is based on a global plan of action from the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Kimberly Lin, a second-year CSD grad student from Long Island, New York, earned a selective spot in the American Speech–Language–Hearing Association (ASHA) Minority Student Leadership Program. ASHA is the country’s certifying organization for speech-language pathologists and audiologists.
It’s a new academic year, with new buildings, new students, and naturally, new faculty. Here’s a little guide to help you get to know the School of Communication’s newest full-time instructors.
Communication Sciences & Disorders (CSD) graduate student, Lauren Rosano will explore a career as a faculty researcher with national support from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Communication Sciences & Disorders Department Clinical supervisor, teacher and most recently, CSD’s Director of Clinical Education, Laura Glufling-Tham received Emerson’s 2019 Helaine and Stanley Miller Award for Outstanding Teaching this year.
The hour leading up to graduation is full of waiting, behind the scenes checks, and lots of selfies.
One year ago, I put down my deposit to attend Emerson College’s MS in Communication Disorders program. Little did I know the amazing year I had in store. Here are some highlights: