Thank you to all who supported Communication Sciences and Disorders on the Day of the Badger! We raised $2,396 for our department through your gifts and matching funds.
If you missed the #DayoftheBadger, don’t worry: you can still give to our program! Find out more at https://csd.wisc.edu/make-a-gift/.
What is Day of the Badger?
Day of the Badger is an 1848-minute experience that begins on Monday, April 8, at 5 p.m. CT and concludes on Tuesday, April 9, at midnight CT. It’s a day (and then some) for all alumni, students, and friends throughout Badger nation to give to their passion, show their pride, and stay connected to the university. Everyone who loves UW–Madison is welcome and encouraged to participate. The goal is to unite Badgers in an effort to advance the mission of the university by bringing awareness to its achievements and raising critical funds to help the UW remain a world-class educational institution.
What makes Communication Sciences and Disorders special?
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is home to five related programs: undergraduate degrees; accredited master’s program in speech language pathology; accredited professional doctorate in audiology; doctoral program with research training and specialization; and a post-baccalaureate capstone certificate.
We serve the local community by providing wide-ranging speech, language, and hearing services in our campus-based training clinic; provide statewide outreach related to speech-language and audiology service needs; perform cutting-edge research; and train professionals who will carry on the mission of improving communication abilities for all people.
Why are donations necessary?
We need your help to carry out the Wisconsin Idea!
Your donations help us:
- Provide exemplary educational programs that prepare the next generation of scholars, clinicians, educators, and leaders
- Conduct state-of-the-art basic, translational, and clinical research in the areas of speech, language, hearing, swallowing, and balance
- Offer accessible, culturally competent, evidence-based clinical care for all people with disorders in communication, swallowing, and balance
- Engage in outreach activities that directly benefit professional colleagues, students, individuals and their families