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2020

  • Congratulations Michelle Quinn. We’ll Miss You!!!

    Please join us in congratulating our esteemed colleague and treasured clinical professor Michelle Quinn, CCC-SLP on her retirement! Michelle has been a devoted member of our department since 1991. She has mentored countless clinicians and …

  • Helping Children Thrive by Combating Language Impairments

    Audra Sterling, Ph.D., recently had the work of Research in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Lab (RIDDL) featured in the Wisconsin State Journal. The article showcases their work  focused on assessing and treating language development in children with …

  • Parkinson’s Research Helps Student Build Skills, Understand Disease

    Natalie Pahapill, a member of the Ciucci Laboratory, was recently featured in an article from the Wisconsin State Journal showcasing her research work focused on Parkinson’s disease. Her work involves brain and behavior relationships and uses …

  • UWSHC Offering Expanding Expressions Toolkit (EET) Services

    This summer, the UWSHC will be offering expressive language teletherapy using the Expanding Expressions Toolkit (EET). If your child would benefit from supports related to defining, describing, and expressing themselves verbally or in writing, contact …

  • Congratulations Graduates!

    Congratulations to the UW-Madison doctor of audiology, master’s in speech-language pathology, and undergraduate graduates! It was great to celebrate  your accomplishments in our virtual graduation ceremonies this weekend. You will go on to do great things!

  • Undergraduate Students Receive Research Awards for 2020-2021

    Congratulations to the following undergraduate students receiving research awards for 2020-2021: Student Name: Taijing Chen Mentor: Ben Parrell Title of project: Modeling speech motor learning under auditory perturbations Award: 2019 Hilldale Undergraduate Research Fellowship Student …

  • UWSHC Offering Seeing Stars Program for Orthographic Processing in Reading & Spelling

    This summer, the UWSHC will be offering Lindamood Bell’s Seeing Stars program virtually under the supervision of a trained clinical supervisor. If you or your child struggles with sight words, sounding out words, and/or spelling, …

  • Virtual AuD Capstone Day

    The third year graduate students in our Doctor of Audiology (AuD) consortium program presented their Capstone research projects virtually today. They were incredibly resilient in making the switch to a virtual platform and we are …

  • UWSHC Offering Visualizing & Verbalizing Treatment for Reading Comprehension

    This summer, the UWSHC will be offering Lindamood Bell’s Visualizing and Verbalizing program virtually under the supervision of trained clinical supervisors. If you or your child struggles with reading comprehension please contact us for more …

  • Seidel & Schraeder Publish 4th Edition of A Guide to School Services in Speech-Language Pathology

    Clinical Professor, Courtney Seidel and Emeritus Distinguished Faculty, Trici Schraeder, are excited to share the NEW and REVAMPED edition of A Guide to School Services in Speech-Language Pathology. A Guide to School Services in Speech-Language …

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