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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 »

Our Voices: Communication Sciences and Disorders student, Rebecca Lynn Bailey

Our Voices celebrates the remarkable achievements of our students, alumni and faculty.

In this edition, we focus on Rebecca Lynn Bailey, a student of the M.S. Communication Sciences and Disorders program. Bailey is the chief officer of fundraising for CommunicAID+Nation, an organization that provides aid to… more »

Our Voices: Communication Sciences and Disorders student, Rachelle Pierre

Our Voices celebrates the remarkable achievements of our students, alumni and faculty.

In this edition, we focus on Rachelle Pierre, Communication Sciences and Disorders program student. Pierre will graduate with a masters in science in 2017 and is originally from Miami, Fla. She moved with her family to Atlanta where she eventually went… more »

Our Voices: Communication Sciences and Disorders student Bomi Kim

Our Voices celebrates the remarkable achievements of our students, alumni and faculty.

In this edition, we focus on Bomi Kim, M.S. Communication Sciences and Disorders  graduate. Kim went to high school in Pennsylvania and moved to Atlanta to attend Emory University. At Emory, she graduated with… more »

CSD Hosts New Student Orientation

On August 20, 2015, the Communication Sciences and Disorders program hosted a new student orientation for 27 incoming master’s students. Our new scholars learned about their two-year program and upcoming clinical experiences and had a chance to get to know each other. The day ended with a new student social at Mellow Mushroom with trivia… more »

Our Voices: Communication Sciences and Disorders faculty, Dr. Eva van Leer

Our Voices features the remarkable students, alumni, faculty and staff along with events of the College of Education & Human Development.

In this edition, learn about Dr. Eva van Leer, director of the Voice Treatment Lab and assistant professor in the Educational Psychology, Special Education, and Communication Disorders Department.… more »