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UrbanEd Podcasts – Communication Sciences and Disorders

The UrbanEd Podcast is intended for prospective graduate students wanting insights into how Georgia State University’s College of Education & Human Development moves the lives of children and adults forward in education, human development and health-related fields.

The podcasts below feature students, alumni and faculty discussing the College of Education & Human Development’s Communication Sciences and Disorders programs.

Podcasts

Having recently landed her dream job at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta as a speech-language pathologist, Kristen is thrilled to have the opportunity to teach kids with traumatic brain injuries how to communicate again.

* Kristen Ethridge is an alumni of the Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders program in the Department of Educational Psychology, Special Education, and Communication Disorders.

Jacob was inspired to purse a career as a speech-language pathologist as a boy after experiencing play therapy sessions with his twin sister to correct her tongue thrust.

* Jacob Tabor is an alumni of the Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders program in the Department of Educational Psychology, Special Education, and Communication Disorders.

Brittany knew she wanted to pursue a career in the helping professions, but she wasn't sure what she wanted to do. When psychology didn't pan out, her academic advisor suggested looking into speech-language pathology.

* Brittany Carroll is an alumni of the Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders program in the Department of Educational Psychology, Special Education, and Communication Disorders.

After serving Pre-K students with special needs as a speech-language pathologist, Michaela decided to advance her career by returning to school to get her doctorate in speech-language pathology at UNC Chapel Hill in order to train future SLPs.

* Michaela DuBay is an alumni of the Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders program in the Department of Educational Psychology, Special Education, and Communication Disorders.