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Garfield Avenue project affects travel on lower campus. The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018. Please allow extra time when traveling to see us!Learn More
Current or future University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students with an interest in studying the brain and nervous system will have a new academic program available to them beginning in the fall.
Dreams of being late for a final exam, forgetting to go to class all semester or realizing after a professor starts talking that you’re in the wrong classroom are common among college students, especially during stressful times of the semester. Typically, the dreamer wakes in a panic, realizes all is well, and goes about their day. But what happens if one of those bad dreams actually turns out to be real? If you’re a Blugold like Tracy Bates you embrace the “everything happens for a reason” motto and go with it. You also discover a major, a passion and a career path that you didn’t know existed before you accidentally signed up for the wrong class as a freshman.
We are fortunate to have Dr. Natalie Douglas, from Central Michigan University, joining us for a full-day seminar. Natalie is a master clinician and engaging presenter with expertise in person-centered care, implementation science, and interventions for adults with dementias, brain injury, and aphasia. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to see her speak!
Dr. Thomas King, professor emeritus of communication sciences and disorders, provides an update on his recent work.
Forty students from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire attended the National Conference on Undergraduate Research April 7-9 at the University of North Carolina at Asheville.
Panelists from the Minnesota Speech & Hearing Association, Allison Isenberg, Maxine Slobof, and Cindy McInroy will present a panel ethics seminar on Saturday, April 30th.
Stacy Magnus, graduate communication sciences and disorders student, is able to fulfill her dream of obtaining her master’s through UWEC’s online program.
Camp Campus at UW-Eau Claire gives high school juniors and seniors diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome or high-functioning autism the opportunity to experience college life and equips them with tools to succeed.
Although she knew from her first days here that a career in communication sciences and disorders was her plan, Kayla Lake had no idea how her breadth of Blugold experiences would impact that goal. Check out her unique career path!
For Haley McKee, pursuing a career in a helping profession was a given. With the support of her professors and advisers — and the help of UWEC's liberal-arts based curriculum — McKee found her niche in the communication sciences and disorders program.
A community partnership provides support for people with aphasia while also providing a firsthand field experience for communication sciences and disorders students.
Senior Honors student Amanda Rumpca has found that sweet spot in her academic pursuits where her goals, studies, travel and personal experiences have merged to create a sharper focus and determination to communicate AND collaborate in her future career.
Pa Nyia Thao, a communication sciences and disorders major, has been awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for study abroad this summer in Korea.
Students in the College of Education and Human Sciences were honored during the spring scholarship awards ceremony on April 15, 2015.
Students in the College of Education and Human Sciences were honored during the spring scholarship awards ceremony.
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