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PHOTO: Carol DuddingDudding honored by CAPCSD

February 19, 2019

The Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders has recognized JMU's Carol Dudding with the Council’s 2019 Distinguished Contribution Award. 

NAP LogoCSD faculty recognized as distinguished fellows

February 13, 2019

CSD faculty Cynthia O’Donoghue and Stacey Pavelko are being inducted as National Academies of Practice (NAP) Distinguished Fellows in Scholarship for their expertise in the field of speech-language pathology.

PHOTO: Erin Piker Piker honored by American Academy of Audiology

February 11, 2019

Erin Piker received the Early-Career Audiologist Award from the American Academy of Audiology. This honor is awarded to an individual who has been providing clinical services in the field of audiology for approximately less than 10 years, who has made outstanding contributions to the profession. 

PHOTO: Danielle MossFaculty awarded grant by the American Hearing Research Foundation

February 11, 2019

Communication Sciences and Disorders faculty, Chris Clinard and Erin Piker, have been awarded a $28,028 grant by the American Hearing Research Foundation. They will be performing research about balance disorders in older adults.

PHOTO: Augmented realityPracticing the procedure with augmented reality

January 30, 2019

Communication sciences and disorders pioneers the way with a new augmented reality program for graduate students in the speech-language pathology program. 

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