Second day in sunny Orlando, and second and last day at ASHA for the Marshall CD department! Without further ado, here are some of the highlights! Dr. Kelly Rutherford, together with second year Master’s students Erin Boone, Marina Saunders (left) and Cassidy Forth (center), presented a poster titled: “Practices for Aphasia in Appalachia: Exploring Implementation
From November 21 to November 23 the Marshall Communication Department was in Orlando, Florida, at the 2019 ASHA Convention, taking in everything that is new in the field of speech-language pathology and audiology, mingling with fellow academics and clinicians from other institutions, and presenting the research projects the department has been up to in the
Marshall University’s Luke Lee Listening Language Learning Lab, also known as “The L,” had a presence at the West Virginia State Capitol Jan. 18, when it was recognized for its work in providing listening and spoken language outcomes to deaf and hard-of-hearing children. Established in 2006, The L is the first preschool program in
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