SLHS wants to congratulate the following recipients of the 2016-2017 Student Success Fee Academic Related Program. This program provides students an opportunity to become engaged and involved in their education outside their academic courses. Successful student proposals focus on academic enhancement, high impact practices, colloquia etc.
- Amanda Kaae (Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Peter Torre)
“Excellence in Undergraduate Research”
A Student Research Symposium will allow 10 undergraduate students from the School of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences to present their individual research and promote research in the field, as well as encourage other students in the discipline to present their work.
- Alexandria Lithgow (Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Laura Driesbach Hawe)
“Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences Guest Speaker Event”
Host a speaker series event for undergraduate and graduate Health and Human Services students. Speakers will present their leading scientific and clinical research and students will gain clinically relevant knowledge and new insights into certain aspects of the field that are not covered in courses or textbooks.
- Naguine Bensimon Tree (Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Sonja Pruitt-Lord)
“Healing Holistically: A Mind-Body Approach to Client Care”
A series of hands-on workshops featuring leaders in the health and education fields that will explore the integration of alternative practices such as yoga and Myofascial Release Approach into traditional treatment programs. Participants will gain valuable skills and the reasoning and validity behind these alternative tools and how to incorporate them into their work.
SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program in Language and Communicative Disorders:
- Natalie Sullivan (Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Sonja Pruitt-Lord)
“Speech, Language, and Hearing Awareness and Information Day (SAID)”
A student-led symposium on the topic of communication disorders and treatment approaches. The event is expected to draw 250 attendees and aims to provide individuals diagnosed with communication disorders to learn more about support and resource opportunities that are available to them within the San Diego community and provide students with valuable knowledge and gain practical skills.
SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program in Audiology:
- Brittany Vlosich (Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Laura Driesbach Hawe)
“American Academy of Audiology: Audiology Now 2017 Conference”
Support for 20 Doctoral students to attend the annual Audiology NOW conference in Indianapolis and gain insights into the newest innovations in the field of Audiology involving technology, treatment options, counseling methods and legislative events.