A total of 29 Communications Sciences and Disorders students participated in CEHD’s recent Convocation and will graduate Spring or Summer 2018. Congratulations to all of you! Please keep in touch!
The College of Education & Human Development support undergraduate students who want to get involved in research. Our faculty are adept at working with you in your endeavors and will support you all the way.
Our CSD students chowed on burritos while raising money for CommunicAID+Nation. At least, 20% of the price used to order food at Willie’s Mexicana Grill went to the organization. With the help of coupons given out to patrons, the group raised money to help fund the myriad of resources that CommunicAID provides.
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In the spirit of Homecoming, the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic held a GSU Spirit Day for graduate students who provide therapy services to clients. Go Panthers!
We celebrate 50 years of moving lives forward at the College of Education & Human Development!
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 »
Pictured left to right are Linford Molaodi, Eva vanLeer, Thobile Nkosi and Thabisile Masondo.
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
RSVP: [email protected]
3:30 PM Educational Psychology and Applied Behavior… more »
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 »