Unique Educational Opportunities
Departmental Research Meetings
The purpose of the Research Meetings is to highlight the importance of active participation in research activities by faculty and students. These meetings should be considered a mandatory part of any doctoral program. The meetings may be scheduled for an invited speaker to share research with the faculty, staff, and students. At other times the scheduled presenter may be a member of the faculty, professional staff, or a student. The content of the meetings may be an informal presentation of a research project or a formal presentation of material prepared for a professional meeting. All doctoral students pursuing a Au.D. are expected to present their prospectus and/or the results of their research at a departmental research meeting.
Sol Adler Memorial Lecture Series
The annual Sol Adler conference is designed to present current issues of interest to professionals who provide clinical services in Speech Pathology and Audiology and to those who conduct research in communication sciences and disorders. This event honors the memory of Dr. Sol Adler who was a Professor in our Department for 26 years.
Celebrate the past, present, and future of ASP with us in the pages of the Audiology & Speech Pathology 2013 Annual Newsletter