Students

Students Participate at the 8th Annual Student Research Symposium Program- Promoting Collaboration Across Disciplines

Four Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSND) students in the Speech-Language Pathology program presented their research at the 8th Annual Student Research Symposium Program held on Saturday, April 12, 2014. 

 

The presenters and the title of their posters were as follows:

Presenter:  Emily Mucchetti
Advisor:  Dr. Sarita Eisenberg
Title:  The use of developmental sentence scoring with 3-year-olds: A comparison of language samples collected in two contexts.

Presenter:  Kurt Keena
Advisor:  Dr. Elaine Hitchcock
Title:  Identifying covert contrast in the English stops of a Spanish-influenced speaker.

Presenter:  Julie Irwin
Advisor:  Dr. Elaine Hitchcock
Title:  A comparison of generalization using ultrasound and electropalatography for treatment of residual/r/errors.

Presenter:  Michelle Swartz
Advisor:  Dr. Elaine Hitchcock
Title:  Ultrasound or electropalatography: Consideration of behavioral systems that affect a client's communicative performance.

 

American Auditory Society 2013 Meeting

Cheri Taylor and her poster at the American Auditory Society 2013 meeting - Decreasing Environmental Noise in DPOAE Screenings Using a Noise Barrier

 

 

Michelle Neidleman at her poster at the American Auditory Society Meeting in March 2013 - Comparing Working Memory in Babble in Young and Middle-Aged Adults

 

 

Sam Fox presents his poster at the 2013 American Academy of Audiology Meeting - Soundfield Infrared System in a Senior Citizen Center Environment