NMSU graduate students provide speech therapy to children in Peru

NMSU communication disorders graduate students Marysa DeBlassie (left) and Jessica Bozzell (center) conduct speech therapy with a young boy during a faculty-led international program course to Lima, Peru, in June. (Courtesy photo) Salas-Provance and a group of 12 graduate students traveled to Lima, Peru, for a clinical practicum experience where the students spent two weeks…
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Amelia Rau receives research grant

New Mexico State University College of Education assistant professor and doctoral candidate Amelia Rau received a 2013 Student Research Grant in Early Childhood Language from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation. As both a professor and student in the special education and communication disorders department, Rau was selected for her dissertation proposal “Comparing Treatment Effects for Young…
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NMSU Edgar R. Garrett Speech and Hearing Clinic is Tops in technology!

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Bilingual speech-language pathology program receives $1.24 million in funding

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded an $1.25 million grant to the College of Education at New Mexico State University to fund students participating in a bilingual speech-language pathology graduate program.

The purpose of the Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Speech-language Services for All Language Learners in New Mexico program, or CLASS for ALL-NM, is to…
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Cleft Palate Clinic 2011

The Communication Disorders Clinic was a hive of activity March 3, 2011, during the semi-annual Cleft Palate Clinic. The hallways were filled with parents and their children taking advantage of the free clinic to meet with physicians and other professionals who donate their time and expertise to assist families coping with the health and learning…
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Children with Autism Find Friendship at Summer Camp

Video story on Camp New Amigos, a camp for young people with the disorder held on the campus of New Mexico State University in the summer. Camp New Amigos is now in its fourth year. Fifty-five kids came this year. A lot of the volunteers and counselors tell me this isn’t the first year they’ve…
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2011 News

SPED/CD research and outreach efforts in the news: NMSU camp provides fun, safe place for children with autism 2011 NMSU News Center article. Bilingual speech pathologists, highly trained interpreters needed in health care settings 2011 NMSU News Center article.

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2010 News

SPED/CD research and outreach efforts in the news: Response to Intervention program improves student test scores in southern New Mexico 2010 NMSU News Center article NMSU faculty member elected to represent New Mexico on ASHA Advisory Council 2010 NMSU News Center article. NMSU professor hopes to find appropriate therapies for stuttering in “spit” 2009 NMSU…
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2008-2009 News

SPED/CD research and outreach efforts in the news: Autism Resources needed in southern New Mexico 2009 NMSU News Center article New grant gives funding to bilingual speech-language pathology students 2008 NMSU News Center article. NMSU professor looks for causes of unusual speech pattern 2008 NMSU News Center article.

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