Posters authored by faculty and students majoring in communicative disorders will be among those presented at the Nov. 15-18 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association convention in Boston. Ying-Chiao Tsao, associate professor of communication sciences and disorders, will deliver the seminar “Survey Findings of Asian and Pacific Islanders in the Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences: Implications for Recruitment and Support.”
Poster presentations include:
“Investigation of Speech Motor Learning & Feedback Frequency in Healthy Older Adults” by senior Deborah Hong; graduate students Joshua Stockton, Crystal Munoz and Danielle Urbina; Phillip Weir-Mayta, assistant professor of communication sciences and disorders; and Minjung Kim, associate professor of communication sciences and disorders.
“Refocusing the Lens of Learning; Incorporating IPE (Interprofessional Education) and Standardized Patients Into Graduate Student Education,” authored by graduate students Sarah Green, Stephanie Abbott, Leslie Chen, Urbina, Munoz and Stockton; Weir-Mayta and Barbara Doyer, lecturer in nursing and coordinator of the nursing simulation lab.
“Vietnamese Children With ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder): SLP (Speech-Language Pathologists)’s Perspectives” by HyeKyeung Seung, chair and professor of communication sciences and disorders; 2017 alumni Jamie Bui and Ngoc Nguyen; senior San Pham; and graduate student Kristina Iorga.
“SLPs’ Perception of Non-Native Accent: A Pilot Survey,” co-authored by Rahul Chakraborty, associate professor of communication sciences and disorders.