Communications Sciences and Disorders

Dr. Carter Gets Grant to Incorporate SimuCase into Course Modules at VSU

Matt Carter, an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders recently received an in-kind grant from in order to incorporate SimuCase into his course on school-aged children with language disorders.  The grant waived the subscription fees to SimuCase for approximately 75 graduate level CSD students. SimuCase, which is produced by, […]

Autism Safety Training

On Saturday, April 11, 2015, the Family Autism Support Team (FAST) with support from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and former VSU Police Chief Scott Doner, sponsored an Autism Safety Training for First Responders. The presentation was provided by Dennis Debauddt, a nationally known autism expert and law enforcement trainer. Regional agencies including […]

Bailey Salter – Communication Sciences & Disorders (Class of 2014 )

Bailey shares her thoughts on the Communication Sciences and Disorders program at the College of Education and Human Services. Bailey Joiner Salter, 24, of Tifton, Ga., graduated from Valdosta State University on Dec. 13, 2014, with a Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She is the daughter of Mark and Julie Joiner of McRae, […]

Drs. Sanderson and Hannibal Receive Appreciation Awards

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 […]


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