Congratulations to the CWRU chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association for being awarded Gold Chapter Honors for the third year in a row! This recognition acknowledges outstanding community outreach, fundraising, and advocacy for those with communication, swallowing and hearing disorders.
Beck received the Henry Timken Scholar award.
She was among 20 children of company employees to receive a scholarship in the program, which began in 1958. The scholarships, with a total value of $540,000 over four years, went to students in the United States, Romania, India, Poland, France and Mexico.
Faculty member Rachel Mulheren presented a poster at the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine in Chicago, titled Pharyngeal Residue and Swallowing Treatment Recommendations After Stroke.
Pediatric Dysphagia is a new 3-credit course as part of the MA SLP program, offered for the first time this fall. It provides a strong foundation in anatomy and physiology of oral feeding development, clinical and instrumental evaluation of swallowing, treatment methods, and pediatric clinical populations. Guest speakers from...