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.

  • Baroni

    New full-time faculty welcomed

    Emerson is welcoming 15 new full-time faculty members across various departments to begin the 2013-14 academic year. “These new faculty members are experts in their fields and will be an integral part of Emerson’s future,” said Michaele Whelan, chief academic officer.

  • Hollingworth

    Hollingworth's 50 years honored

    Numerous Emerson faculty members were recognized September 3 for significant years of service to the College, including Ted Hollingworth of Communication Studies, who has worked at Emerson since 1963.

  • Rhiannon Luyster

    Luyster in Bermuda autism workshop

    Assistant Professor Rhiannon Luyster led a two-day workshop in Bermuda last month to educate doctors and local residents on how to recognize early signs of autism spectrum disorder in children.

  • Casbon

    Emerson plays role in Aphasia Awareness Day

    Aphasia Awareness Day is on June 27 at the Massachusetts State House -- and faculty and students from the Department of Communication Sciences and DIsorders will be there.

  • Spears

    Fellowship on diversity begins

    The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is holding a three-day program beginning May 20 to help faculty address diversity issues in the classroom.

  • I Did It

    133rd Commencement about 'Emerson Strong'

    The 133rd Emerson College Commencement took on both celebratory and reflective tones on Mother’s Day, May 12, with keynote speakers Max Mutchnick ’87 and Debbie Allen.

  • Miller

    Students, faculty honored at Gold Key ceremony

    Emerson honored 85 students and two outstanding faculty members at a Gold Key Honor Society induction ceremony April 24 in the Semel Theater. 

  • Young

    Autism-friendly play gets help from student

    A Master of Arts in Theatre Education student helped developed an autism-friendly performance of Pippy Longstocking that will be performed April 27.

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