Communication Sciences and Disorders

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CSD News View

April 27, 2016

Zane to Speak at Commencement

Former Tufts Medical Center president to address more than 500 graduates at the May 9 ceremony.

April 20, 2016

A Primer on Opioid Epidemic

Alexander Walley, MD, gives overview of crisis to IHP and Harvard Medical students, who also learn how to administer overdose-reversing Narcan.

February 16, 2016

Preparing for Boston Marathon

The four runners in Team IHP are raising money to support student scholarships and community-based initiatives.

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  • Wednesday, March 30

    Educators with an initial license in any subject area can become licensed as a reading specialist. More

  • Wednesday, April 20

    With a bachelor's in any field, become a speech-language pathologist. More

  • Sparkling Path to Communication

    Kimberly Stewart '02, MS, CC-SLP, blogs on treating adolescents and adults with high-level language processing difficulty and executive function weakness. More