Health literacy discussion on WCLK with Iris Feinberg

Hear Iris Feinberg Discuss Health Literacy on “Your Health Connection” Tonight!

Iris Feinberg, associate director of our college’s Adult Literacy Research Center, will discuss health literacy as a guest on WCLK 91.9 FM’s “Your Health Connection.”  The radio show is a production of Clark Atlanta University’s Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development.

Feinberg… more »

CSD Welcomes New Clinical Instructor Stephanie Gilbert

The CSD program is pleased to welcome Stephanie Gilbert to Georgia State University. 

Gilbert is a clinical instructor and supervises students in on-campus practicum experiences.  She is also the new NSSLHA advisor for our program. 

Gilbert has expertise in adult dysphagia and cognitive communication disorders.  She has worked extensively in skilled nursing… more »

Information Session for Communication Disorders (and other programs)

The Department of Educational Psychology, Special Education, and Communication Disorders (ESC) invites you to explore career enhancing programs, understand application requirements, and meet faculty and graduate students.

Where: College of Education & Human Development

Where: 30 Pryor Street SW, Atlanta, GA 30303, 8th floor in room 896


3:30 PM Educational Psychology and Applied Behavior… more »

Say hello to our 2017 CSD Cohort!

On August 17, 2017, the Communications Sciences and Disorders program held new student orientation to welcome 32 new graduate students to GSU!

With the help of program faculty, staff and current students, the incoming cohort spent the day familiarizing themselves with each other and the academic expectations for the master’s program.

Following orientation, a student… more »

Good Morning, Aphasia!

Posted On May 5, 2017
Categories CSD News, News and Stories Tags

The College of Education & Human Development at Georgia State University hosted “Good Morning, Aphasia” on May 5, 2017.

The event brought people living with aphasia, their families and their friends together to learn more about brain recovery, coping and exercise after stroke.  A “My Story” time gave people with aphasia an opportunity to share… more »