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The department would like to commend its faculty members and students for their recent and upcoming research presentations. Eight research projects co-authored by 24 students in the department were accepted for this year’s American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention in Los...
UNI’s Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders would like to welcome two valuable additions to the faculty and staff, Dr. Lisa Kopf and Morgen Clay! Dr. Lisa Kopf was hired as an assistant professor in speech-language pathology and brings an impressive research and teaching background...
Thanks to the leadership of faculty and students within the department, the clinic has made great strides in improving its functionality to better serve people in the Cedar Valley. Some of these improvements in the clinic have included updated clinic materials for clinicians, a computer lab with...
The ASHA Leader has recognized two faculty members of the University of Northern Iowa’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders for their innovative research and clinical service. In April, The ASHA Leader recognized Dr. Laura Pitts on her groundbreaking research in the treatment of...
UNI’s NSSLHA chapter focused on three areas of improvement during the 2016-2017 academic school year: community service, professional development, and student relations. Committed community service was demonstrated last fall, as the chapter sought out residents in the Cedar Valley to host a leaf...
This September, the University and the State Board of Regents recognized a number of outstanding faculty members for their excellence in teaching and scholarship, including our own Dr. Angela Burda. Dr. Burda continues to strive for excellence in teaching, scholarship and service and the department...

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