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Three people posing for a photo.

(May 13, 2024)

Champions of Hearing Health

CSD students and faculty team up with Special Olympics New York to provide athletes with hearing screenings.

Ayşe Sakine-Arlı (left) and Evelyn Polly ’25 (right) work together on a project.

(Feb. 23, 2024)

Engaged Courses Initiative Fosters Social Impact Through Community Work

The inaugural cohort of Engaged Courses unites diverse fields, communities and perspectives within the College of Arts and Sciences and beyond.

Group of students in a classroom.

(Oct. 20, 2023)

Promoting Access to Equitable Healthcare for Refugees in CNY

Through innovative instruction and community engaged work, CSD’s Supporting Outcomes and Healthcare Access for Refugees prepares students to provide culturally responsive care.

Ellyn Riley portrait.

(Aug. 1, 2023)

Researching communication and human connection

A more personal look at what inspired Dr. Ellyn Riley, PI of the Aphasia Lab, to follow the path she has, along with perspective on being a woman in the sciences.

Riley portrait

(June 26, 2023)

Syracuse lab seeks to break isolation for stroke patients with aphasia (Guest Opinion by Ellyn Riley)

Aphasia makes communication more difficult, and can lead to isolation, writes university researcher developing treatments and raising awareness of the disorder.

(June 20, 2023)

June is Aphasia Awareness Month

Listen to Jenny Fortin, Speech Language Pathologist speak with Dave Allen about Aphasia.

A patient receiving transcranial direct current stimulation at the Aphasia Lab.

(May 15, 2023)

Syracuse University’s Aphasia Research Lab Seeks Participants for Stroke Treatment Study

The lab is testing a cutting-edge method of brain stimulation to boost speech and language therapy.

(March 8, 2023)

Professor Victoria Tumanova's Focus on Childhood Stuttering Featured in ASHA Leader

Victoria Tumanova's research was featured in the ASHA Leader, a news-magazine for and about audiologists, speech-language pathologists and speech, language and hearing scientists, published by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

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