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.

  • Emersonians win Miss Boston and Miss Cambridge titles

    Meagan Fuller, a graduate student in the Health Communication program, won the 2014 Miss Boston competition while Michelle Nigro ’12, a Journalism graduate, captured the 2014 Miss Cambridge title.    

  • 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.

  • Corporate social responsibility speakers series open to Emersonians

    Students and faculty are invited to sit in on discussions of Corporate Social Responsibility during classes for strategic communicators that feature guest speakers throughout the rest of the semester.

  • Student lauded for work with hearing-impaired children

    This year’s Decibels Foundation Scholar, Nicole Pitre, was officially honored for her achievement at a recent award dinner.

  • 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.

  • Podcast launched by School of Communication

    Emerson's School of Communication has launched a new free podcast, The Emersonian, which delves into topical issues on all things communication.

  • 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.

  • Kempler weighs in on Giffords's recovery

    Stories about brain injuries are receiving more media attention than ever - from daily updates on Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords to challenges faced by soldiers who return from combat with traumatic brain injuries.

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