Communication Sciences and Disorders

  • December 01, 2014 Inspired at Schweitzer Conference

    Students Inspired at Schweitzer Leadership Conference

    Twenty students from several programs at the MGH Institute recently attended the Schweitzer Leadership Conference in Boston, gaining insight from their peers and inspiration from health care leaders on how to build healthier communities.

    It was the continuation ....  More

  • November 24, 2014 Haynes Gets IDA Award

    Professor Charles Haynes Receives International Dyslexia Association Award

    Charles Haynes, EdD, CCC-SLP , a professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at MGH Institute of Health Professions in Boston, has been awarded the More

  • November 11, 2014 Honoring School's Veterans

    Honoring Veterans
    at the MGH Institute

    To commemorate Veterans Day on November 11, the MGH Institute of Health Professions offers its heartfelt thanks and appreciation to its students and faculty who have been members of the United States Uniformed Services.

    “We are fortunate to have students and faculty who have answered the call of duty to serve their country,” said ....  More

  • November 07, 2014 Presenting at ASHA Convention

    Presenting at ASHA Convention

    Institute faculty, alumni, students, research fellows, and research assistants (listed in bold) will conduct seminars and courses, discuss their research, or present posters at the 2014 ASHA Convention on November 20–22, 2014.

    Anna Allen, Gregory Lof & Howard Shane : “Miracles” in Autism Treatment: Helping Parents Become Better Decision-Makers ....  More

  • November 05, 2014 Support For Students

    MGH Institute Gala Raises $367,000 for Student Scholarships

    Money raised at the MGH Institute's annual Gala goes directly to students, such as the Knowles Fellows, many of whom are shown with members of the Knowles family (seated).

    MGH Institute of Health Professions raised more than $367,000 for student scholarships at its ....  More

  • November 03, 2014 Helping in the Congo

    Helping in the Congo

    Amanda Hitchins '12, left, and Dr. Ismael Byaruhanga

     

     

    Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders 2012 graduate Amanda Hitchins parlayed $2,000 in donations to help build and equip the first soundproof auditory testing room in the eastern section of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

    Hitchins sold homemade greeting cards, received ....  More

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