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.

  • Antibiotic Overuse Unlikely to Change

    A link between early exposure to unnecessary antibiotics and the development of childhood asthma is unlikely to change Americans’ use of the drugs, say experts associated with Emerson’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

  • CSD professor honored with distinguished award

    Communication Sciences and Disorders Professor Emeritus, David Luterman, has been named the 2011 recipient of the Frank R. Kleffner Lifetime Clinical Career Award.

  • 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.

  • Dramatic readings of MLK speeches

    Students, faculty, and staff celebrated the birthday of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with dramatic readings of his legendary speeches in the Little Building Dining Hall on January 21.

  • 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. 

  • The King's Speech to Be Screened, Discussed on Campus

    The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with Emerson faculty from several disciplines, who will address the “art and science of speech therapy” on Thursday, March 3.

  • Associate Professor Timothy Edgar comments on health campaign issues

    Associate Professor Timothy Edgar has been featured recently by several news outlets for his expertise on ethical and moral issues involved in public health campaigns

  • 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.

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