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2013

  • ASHA to honor three communication sciences and disorders faculty

    Three faculty members in UW-Madison’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders will receive awards from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) next month. Full Article

  • PhD Students win National Scholarships

    Allison Schaser and Laura Grant have been awarded New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarship from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation. These doctoral scholarships support strong doctoral candidates who will commit to attaining the research doctoral degree and …

  • Professor and Ph.D. Student Support ‘The Wisconsin Idea’ Through Community Service

    Dr. Michelle Ciucci is currently serving as the President of the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA). Allison Schaser, UW‑Madison PhD candidate, is the Vice President. The purpose of APDA is to …

  • Chapman writing a second chapter

    Ever since she was a young girl growing up in Oak Ridge, Tenn., Robin Chapman has loved the writtenword. She read voraciously and began writing poetry at age 8, all the while laying the foundations …

  • Message from the chair

    We proudly present you with our second e-newsletter. Last year’s newsletter reached well over athousand former students and generated an amazing amount of clicks, which reflects our solid and involved alumni base. Thanks for continued …

  • From the Dean’s Desk

    As the new dean of UW-Madison’s College of Letters & Science, I am delighted to introduce myself and As an economist, I have devoted my scholarly career to studying the ways in which human beings …

  • The Wisconsin Idea in action: Au.D. faculty, students bring hearing healthcare to rural Wisconsin

    Jon Douglas and Amy Hartman, clinical faculty in audiology, in conjunction with alumna ElizabethSeeliger (BSE’97, Au.D.’09) from Wisconsin Sound Beginnings and the MCH LEND pediatric audiology training program, have established out-of-hospital clinics for the Amish …

  • Catching up with alumni: Ilene Levine Stern

    Our featured alumna for this newsletter is Ilene Levine Stern , who earned her M.S. degree in audiology in 1975, when our department was known as Communicative Disorders. Ilene got her undergraduate degree in speech …

  • Solving speech and swallowing disorders

    The more Michelle Ciucci learned about speech and hearing science as an undergraduate student at theUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the more she wanted to know. From acoustics, to human development, to language, to anatomy, …

  • Loon Reunion

    A flock of uncommon loons returned to Madison in July to celebrate three decades of friendship and one decade of generosity to the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. “The Loons” are alumni who have …

  • Communication Sciences and Disorders Newsletter – Fall 2013

    In this issue Message from the chair Written by Gary Weismer on October 25, 2013 We proudly present you with our second e-newsletter. Last year’s newsletter reached well over a thousand former students and generated …

  • Capstone certificate program opens new possibilities

    Clinical training programs depend on undergraduate programs to establish the knowledge base on which graduate speech-language pathology or Au.D. training can be built. Many SLP and Au.D. graduate students come to us with an undergraduate …

  • Students take part in APAD Walkathon

    On Sunday, April 14, 2013 the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) Walkathon took place at Promega Corporation in Madison, WI. For the third year in a row, the UW-Madison Chapter of …

  • Four CSD graduate students win scholarships

    The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders recently awarded scholarships to four graduate students. Read more.

  • Uw-Madison Audiology, UW Speech and Hearing Clinic to host Hearing Health Symposium

    The UW Speech and Hearing Clinic and the Audiology program in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders will be hosting its first annual UWSHC Symposium: Spotlight on Hearing Health. The event is on April …

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