Communications Sciences and Disorders
Dr. Sonya Sanderson and Dr. Ruth Hannibal received a Certificate of Appreciation for “YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE” awards from the Career Opportunities Office. Both were recognized “for supporting the mission of Career Opportunities in developing successful students/alumni.” Drs. Sanderson and Hannibal are faculty at the College of Education and Human Services. Sanderson is an Associate […]
On Friday, October 25th, the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders (CSD) hosted a continuing education event for 60 speech-language pathologists and healthcare professionals in our community. In addition, more than 100 CSD graduate students participated. The event was the 4th in a series of lectures that began in 2010 to honor the late […]
The Family Autism Support Team (FAST), a group founded by Dr. Lynn Adams, Communication Sciences and Disorders, held its first 5K Fun Run. The “Embrace the Amazing” Autism Awareness Fun Run/Walk was held on Saturday, November 2, 2013 at Valdosta Middle School. The event drew in over 80 runners/walkers. In addition to the Fun Run/Walk, […]
We want to congratulate Dr. Lynn Adams on her appointment as a Site Visitor for the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology from July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2017.Â Â Â What an honor and it is happening just as we are preparing for reaccreditation.