Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders

Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders News

The latest faculty, staff, and student news for the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. For College news and upcoming events, visit the News & Events section.

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    Aphasia awareness at State House

    A large group from Communication Sciences and Disorders was at the State House June 26, testifying and raising awareness about aphasia — a language disorder that affects about one in 250 people.

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    Communication Disorders grad program reaccredited

    The Communication Disorders graduate program, which studies communication challenges associated with hearing impairment, aphasia, autism and other disorders, has been reaccredited for the next eight years.

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    Science Club for Girls visits FACE Lab

    Middle and high school-age students from the Science Club for Girls recently stopped by Emerson’s new Facial Affective and Communicative Expressions (FACE) dedicated to autism research in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department. 

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    Three graduate students recognized

    The Office of Graduate Studies has recognized three students for outstanding achievement as the 2013–2014 academic year comes to a close.

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    FACE Lab technology viewed by community

    The Emerson community on April 28 got an up-close look at the College’s new FACE Lab for autism research that was launched this semester by the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department.

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    FACE Lab open house April 28

    An open house for Emerson's new Facial Affective Communicative Expression (FACE) Lab that studies children with autism will be held Monday, April 28, from 4:00-6:30 pm.

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    FACE autism research lab launched

    The Communication Sciences and Disorders Department has established a new laboratory specifically for autism research with the help of a $1.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.

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    Grant provides for infrared eye tracker in CSD

    A National Science Foundation grant is supporting increased student and faculty research on autism, aphasia, and other communication disorders.

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