Several students and instructors from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) attended and gave presentations at the Florida Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (FLASHA) Annual Convention. This year's convention, titled "Leaving a Legacy," was held in downtown St. Petersburg and celebrated the positive impact attendees have made on clients and in the fields of audiology and speech-language pathology. The convention provided participants the opportunity to gain more knowledge and network with other professionals.
Assistant Instructor Natalie Mikkelson, MA, CCC-SLP; Visiting Assistant Instructors Kelli Gorajec, MA, CCC-SLP; Emily Glass, MA, CCC-SLP; and Mahwish Ahmed, MS, CCC-SLP, along with graduate students Courtland Crain, Finn Mock, and alumna Eunice Gutierrez presented a panel on incorporating diversity, equity and inclusion into clinical instruction.
Associate Instructor Mary Pyfrom, MA, CCC-SLP, MT-BC and Taneja College of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Jasmine B. R. Cutler presented on Speech-Language Pathology and Pharmacy student collaborations to serve geriatric clients.
Graduate students Sydney Balis and AnnMarie Giglio, alumna Brittany Probus and Associate Professor of Instruction Jenna Luque, PhD, CCC-SLP presented a poster on the Communication for All Campaign.