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Department of Communication Disorders

Students, faculty, staff and persons served in the program and its clinics are treated in a nondiscriminatory manner-- that is, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national or ethnic origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, citizenship, or status as a covered veteran. The institution and program comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and executive orders pertaining thereto.

Graduate Program Information Day Set for October 17th
Click here for more information and to register to attend.

Dear Graduate Applicants,

Please be aware that incoming graduate students for Fall 2014 that have not taken courses in Aural Rehab or Neurology, will have to enroll in those courses and receive a grade of ‘C’ or above in order to begin classes in the fall. The Neurology course will be offered here at Texas State during summer session I and the Aural Rehab course will be offered during summer session II. You may take these courses at another university with the approval of the course by the graduate advisor.

Congratulations Undergraduate and Leveling Classes of 2014!

Graduating Class of 2014


Department News and Events

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Thank you to Texas State NSSLHA for their $1000 donation to the CDIS Foundation's Student Travel Fund!

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The Department of Communication Disorders is pleased to announce winners of 2014 student awards.

CDIS Outstanding Second-Year Graduate Student: Ashleigh Gautner
CDIS Outstanding First-Year Graduate Student: Nikki Kirchoff
CDIS Outstanding Undergraduate Student: Anna Brenson
First Year Graduate Clinicians of the Year: Lindsey Cohen & Karime Garib
Second-Year Graduate Clinician of the Year: Emily Bass & Lucero De la Fuente
Student Achievement in Research Awards:

  • First-Year Graduate Students: Amelie Villarreal, Taylor Williams, Ellie Courtney, & Megan Edge
  • Undergraduate Seniors: Rachel Henrich, Joshua Henfey, Nathalye Fasci

Four CDIS Students Earn Graduate College Scholarships

Congratulations: Jessica Smith, Darlene Villarreal, Meredith Reckles, & Ellie Courtney

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TSHA Foundation Empress Zedler Scholarship for Texas State 1st-Year Master's Student Awarded to Emily Diaz.
 

 Ray Henrich and Maria Resendiz at ASHA
Rachel Henrich, participant in ASHA’s 6th annual PROmoting the next GENeration of Researchers (PROGENY) program,and Dr. Maria Resendiz at their poster session during the ASHA Convention. For more pictures from ASHA 2013, click here.

 
 

 


More Department News

Dr. Rahul Chakraborty Awarded Full Year of Faculty Developmental Leave

Dr. Celeste Domsch has been awarded tenure and will be promoted to associate professor effective September 2014.

Dr. Maria Resendiz Selected as a Foundations of Excellence Recipient

Dr. Celeste Domsch, Dr. Farzan Irani, and Ms. Jana Proff earn Runner-up for Presidential Awards for Teaching, Scholarship, and Service respectively
 

Dr. Domsch and Dr. Irani Earn Presidential Excellence Awards

Comprehensive Stuttering Therapy Program A Success

Language Manuals

2013 Walk to End Alzheimer's A Success Again for Team CDIS

Alzheimer's Walk

CDIS students and family participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer's  on November 2nd. Team CDIS won 1st place for the largest team for the fourth year in a row !

CDIS Foundation

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The CDIS foundation is a resource for the Department of Communication Disorders to receive donations to further enhance the academic and clinical experiences of students and faculty.

 
Dr. Irani with student

Contributions may be specified to the following CDIS institutions:

Students and Linda Donations provide additional funding for maintaining and improving clinical facilities.
 

 

Click here to donate to the CDIS Foundation