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USF Communication Sciences and Disorders

2021 USF Program for Advanced Treatment of Stuttering (PATS)

University of South Florida SLP students successfully hosted the 2021 USF Program for Advanced Treatment of Stuttering (PATS).

September 13, 2021College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

USF Communication Sciences and Disorders

CSD faculty join ASHA editorial board

Two CSD faculty members have been appointed as editorial board members for ASHA's Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research in 2022.

September 13, 2021College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

Drs. Ann Eddins and Jennifer Lister

Drs. Jennifer Lister and Ann Eddins designated as ASHA Fellows

University of South Florida Communication Sciences and Disorders professors were elected as Fellows of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).

September 6, 2021College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

USF Communication Sciences and Disorders

USF-PATS client spotlight

The University of South Florida Speech-Language Clinic recognizes Kevin Landau and Christopher Sue-Wah-Sing.

June 16, 2021College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

USF Communication Sciences and Disorders

Doctorate of Audiology student receives Trailblazers Scholarship Award

University of South Florida Doctorate of Audiology student Cruz Reyes received the Trailblazers Scholarship Award.

May 19, 2021College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

Dr. Howard Goldstein

Dr. Goldstein receives Kawana Award

University of South Florida Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Dr. Howard Goldstein received the 2021 Kawana Award for Lifetime Achievement in Publications by the ASHA Journals Board.

May 4, 2021College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

Mary Pyfrom

CSD instructor chosen as recipient of 2021 SPEAK OUT! and LOUD Crowd Grant Program

The USF SLP clinic will receive therapy supplies and free training for one additional speech-language pathologist and all of the graduate students within our program.

April 14, 2021College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

Teresa Anthony

CSD instructor awarded participation in the Summer 2021 CHAMPS

Teresa Anthony, MA, CCC-SLP, was awarded participation in the Summer 2021 Cochlear Center Hearing and Aging Mentoring Program (CHAMPS).

April 7, 2021College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

USF Communication Sciences and Disorders

CSD student group wins National Advocacy Award

The University of South Florida Student Academy of Audiology (SAA) was awarded the 2020-2021 National SAA Chapter Advocacy award.

April 7, 2021College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

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Doctorate in Audiology program ranked in the nation’s top 20

The USF College of Behavioral and Community Sciences’ Doctor of Audiology (AuD) program is ranked number 18 in the nation, according to U.S. News and World Report.

March 30, 2021College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

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USF Speech-Language Pathology nationally ranked among the best graduate programs

The USF College of Behavioral and Community Sciences’ Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) is top 55 in the nation among all SLP programs of public and private institutions, according to rankings released by US News and World Report.

March 30, 2021College News, Communication Sciences and Disorders

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