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.

  • Gold Key Honor Society

    104 Inducted into Gold Key Honor Society

    Students were inducted in a ceremony held in the Tufte Performance and Production Center’s Semel Theater, to an audience full of friends and family members. In addition, three Emerson faculty members were presented with teaching awards for their service, skill, and innovation in the classroom.

  • Alden Jones

    Emerson Faculty Honored for Excellence in Teaching

    David Kishik, assistant professor of philosophy, won the Helaine and Stanley Miller Award for Outstanding Teaching; Alden Jones, affiliated faculty in writing, won the Alan L. Stanzler Award for Excellence in Teaching; and Rhiannon Luyster, assistant professor of communication disorders, won the Alumni Award for Teaching and Innovation.

  • Autism awareness Paramount

    April Events Look to Teach Emerson About Autism

    Community members will have a chance to learn more about autism throughout the month of April, when Emerson College celebrates Autism Awareness Month with a full slate of events that aim to educate, entertain, and enlighten. The campaign is sponsored by the Disability Services Office, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department.

  • Raul Reis

    Raul Reis Named Dean of Emerson College’s School of Communication

    Emerson College has appointed Dr. Raul Reis as dean of the School of Communication and professor in the Department of Communication Studies, effective July 1, 2016.

  • Ruth Grossman at FACELab

    Emerson Series Asks, “What Are YOU Working On?”

    On Wednesday, March 2, 12:00–1:00 pm, in Room 208 in the Ansin Building, Ruth Grossman, associate professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, will present her research on adults’ perceptions of teens with autism in “What Are YOU Looking At?” Co-organizer Mary Eberhardinger, a lecturer in the Communication Studies Department, said the talks look to “build a stronger research culture” at Emerson, which, unlike larger research institutions, doesn’t have many internal outlets for faculty and graduate students to present their work.

  • Cradles to Crayons CSD Drive

    Cradles to Crayons

    CSD kicked off the holiday season with some festive competition!

  • Zakim Bridge in Boston

    CSD Faculty Takes Part in Mass. Dyslexia Event

    October is Dyslexia Awareness Month

  • Kevin Pasternak

    Communication Disorders Student Wins Award

    Second-year graduate student in Communication Disorders Kevin Pasternak won a big ASHA award.