Jessica Salley is a doctoral candidate in the Communication Sciences program in the Department of Psychological Sciences. Her research investigates the long-term impacts of childhood brain injury on academic and social participation, particularly for individuals in high-risk groups. This project will use virtual reality to create a simulated...
Case Western Reserve University faculty member Stacy Williams was elected a fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Williams also is COO of a leading online continuing education company, and founder and CEO of Simucase, an online simulation learning platform.
ASHA fellowship is one of the highest honors the organization bestows...
Lauren Calandruccio, associate professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences at Case Western Reserve University, recently received a grant from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association to create the Innovative Mentoring and Professional Advancement through Cultural Training (IMPACT) program. IMPACT is a one-year program, launched earlier this year, that provides formal...
Thirteen Case Western CWRU teammates ran/walked 3.1 miles along with 1,232 other ASHFoundation supporters Saturday, August 29, 2020. The event, which was the ASHFoundation's first virtual walk/run, raised more than $35,000 for communication sciences research and scholarships.
Every Monday during the academic semesters graduate students from the Communication Sciences Program participate in a large group (25-33 members) with adults with acquired communication disorders (under faculty supervision). Group members have described this group as "their family", making comments like "I look forward to Mondays every week",...
Department of Communication Sciences
Case Western Reserve University
Participants needed for research in children with traumatic brain injury (TBI).
We are looking for volunteers to take part in a study to learn about the experiences of families who have a child with TBI.
Participants (caregivers of children with TBI) would be asked to...