The College of Education and Human Sciences values its alumni and its collaborations with community partners. Following is a calendar of college events that may be of interest to you.
September 28, 1:00-3:00 PM, HSS 226: Tom Hintgen (Chippewa Valley Aphasia Group and Communication Measures), Amber Allen (UW-Eau Claire graduate student), and Tania Riske (UW-Eau Claire alumnus) will be presenting their research on the use of Face Time in rural service delivery for individuals with aphasia.
*October 26, 1:00-3:30 PM, Woodland Theatre, Davies Center: Don MacLennan from the Minneapolis Veterans Administration Hospital will be presenting information about his program for veterans with PTSD, brain injury, and other concomitant disorders.
November 9, 1:00-3:00 PM, HSS 226: 5th Annual ASHA Poster Preview session, including student presentations for the upcoming ASHA.
*November 30, 9:00-4:00 PM, Dakota Ballroom, Davies Center: Dr. Jack Damico (a world renowned expert in aphasia, literacy, and discourse) from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette will be presenting a full-day seminar about drawing upon constructivist theory in literacy, child language, and aphasia intervention. Click link for more information.
*December 1, Mayo Clinic Auditorium, Mayo Clinic Hospital, Eau Claire: Jerry Kaplan and colleagues (Spaulding Rehabilitation in Boston) will be presenting a personal screening of the national PBS film "After Words" about living with aphasia, preceded and followed by individual stories and panel discussions. The film "After Words" will debut on PBS later this fall. There will be additional events open to individuals with aphasia and their families surrounding this event. Click link for more information.
December 14, 1:00-3:00 PM, tbd: Dr. Jerry Hoepner and students will be presenting research supported by the Vicki Lord Larson Research Fellowship. The new VLL Research Fellow will be announced.
*events require an RSVP, please contact Dr. Jerry Hoepner, firstname.lastname@example.org
2012 Mogensen Lecture
Click to view stream for the Mogensen Lecture 2012 with Dr. Christine Sleeter