It’s been a busy week for the members of CORP…
Four of our groups presented at WVSHA’s first technical session on Thursday, in Charleston…
- Does a Systematic Program of Vocal Exercise (Vocal Function Exercises) Enhance the Voice of Men Over the Age of 65? (Sarah Mease, Taylor Carey, Caroline Banks, Beverly Miller, and Lisa Fry)
- How Graduate Students in Communication Sciences and Disorders Experience the Curriculum (Jenna Rollins and Karen McComas)
- Communities of Practice: A Model for Enhancing Student and Faculty Research (Caroline Banks, Gabrielle Gardner, Nikki Fraley, Karen L. McComas, Lisa Fry)
- An Exploration of Parental Understanding in the Development of Their Child’s Literacy (Sarah Clemins and Karen McComas)
Then, we also had participation in the poster session Friday afternoon. Posters included:
- Icon Transparency: Is It Really Universal? (Bethany Phillips, Shanon Smith, and Kelly Harlow)
- Exploring the Role of Speech-Language Pathologists in Adult Literacy: Proposal for Phenomenological Inquiry (Sarah M. Clemins and Susan Thomas Frank)
- Utilization of Dr. Bruce Crosson’s Intention Treatment in a Case Study for Nonfluent Aphasia (Allision Cook and Jennifer Horne)
- Hearing Conservation in Children (Brittany Cook, Rachel Lawson, Jessica McKee, and Karen McNealy)
Slideshow of all WVSHA 2010 pictures.
Minds of Marshall 2010
Back at Marshall, other CORP members worked a Research Exposition for our department during the first annual “Minds of Marshall” Academic Festival, showcasing some of our previous projects… we even had a few visitors!