Professional Development and Licensure Support Center- One of 16 centers throughout the state of Wisconsin that were created and designated by the Department of Public Instruction. The grant for our center was written with CESA2, so that we can avail ourselves of some of the services that CESA2 offers.
- ASHA - American Speech-Language-Hearing Association- Committed to ensuring that all people with speech, language, and hearing disorders receive services to help them communicate effectively.
- WSHA - Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association- Providing leadership and support for speech-language pathologists, audiologists and speech, language and hearing scientists in Wisconsin through advocacy, education, and public awareness.
- Other Programs- A listing of University programs in speech language pathology and audiology in the United States.
Graduate students enrolled in Communication Sciences & Disorders department attended the Wisconsin Speech Language Hearing Association (WSHA) meeting in Stevens Point Feb. 24-26, 2011. Graduate student Reneda Sweig received the Nancy McKinley scholarship (top row right). Graduate student Karolina Onak (second top row right) was awarded second place for her research work and Natalle Brydges, Jacklyn Phillips, Ashley Smith were recognized for their graduate research work as shared in Poster Sessions. Undergraduate Heather Brancroft, (bottom row right) was a 2011 WSHA mentee.
Academic staff member Erin Dyer (third top row left) received the 2011 WSHA Honors of the Association, which is the highest Honor WSHA bestows as it recognizes distinguished contributions to the field of Communication Disorders and specifically to the Wisconsin Speech Language and Hearing Association. Erin has certainly distinguished herself in her dedication to the profession and has served WSHA with true passion and dedication on many levels for many years.