Hello again, everyone! I hope you’ve had a nice, relaxing weekend and took time to enjoy the warm weather we’ve had recently. After the bitter winter we had, it’s a nice change for sure!
This past Friday, CoRP was treated to a visit from Craig Coleman and his many student researchers. Ranging from undergraduate juniors and seniors to graduate students, these students are all engaging in research to help create tools for fluency assessment and intervention. Many of these are directly related to an assessment tool known as the Overall Assessment of the Speaker’s Experience of Stuttering (OASES). Research in the field of fluency is critical so it was great to hear from some of the people involved in pushing our profession forward in that area! Including a range of students in this process, including undergraduate juniors and seniors, is a fantastic way to encourage and promote research within the field as well.
Additionally, the College of Health Professions Research and Practice Day will be held on Friday, April 25th in Drinko Library. Any presentations or posters related to research and practice may be submitted for consideration. The not-to-far-away deadline for considerations is Monday, April 14th no later than 5PM. For more information regarding the CoHP Research and Practice Day, please visit the website .
That’s all I have for this week! We are rapidly approaching the end of the semester yet again – which I am ready to welcome with open arms at this point! As always, thanks for reading and taking an interest in our group.