Faculty and Student Spotlight
Ms. Erin Stauder, clinical faculty member and graduate of Loyola, was invited by ASHA to blog about her work with Expanding Horizons: Broadway Kids. Read about her experience starting the group here. Expanding Horizons: Broadway Kids is a partnership between the Loyola Clinical Centers, Columbia Center for the Theatrical Arts, and the Howard County Public Schools, with support from the Horizon Foundation. The program utilizes a collaborative speech-language and performing arts method to improve social communication skills in children with special needs.
Additional information on Expanding Horizons: Broadway Kids and an excerpt of a performance can be found here.
Recent Publications and Accolades
- Ms. Erin Stauder, clinical faculty member and graduate of Loyola, was invited by ASHA to blog about her work with Expanding Horizons: Broadway Kids. Read about her experience starting the group here.
- Ms. Jennifer Anderson, Ms. Jacqueline Hewitt, and Ms. Gabrielle Miller (Class of 2013) for presenting at the 2013 Emerging Scholars: A Celebration of Graduate Research held at Loyola on April 19, 2013.
- Ms. Anne Spinelli, Speech-Language Pathology graduate Class of 2013, was awarded the Dr. Bernard A. Saltysiak Medal for Clinical Excellence in Speech-Language Pathology and a $1,500 scholarship at the Emerging Scholars event. This prestigious award, decided by the clinical faculty in the Speech-Language Pathology Department, was developed by the late Elaine Saltysiak, a former beloved faculty member, in honor of her husband, Dr. Bernard A. Saltysiak. The award medal is given to a graduating student who demonstrates exceptional clinical skills across both years of practica.
- Ms. Megan Hession, Speech-Language Pathology graduate Class of 2014, was awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Maryland Speech-Language-Hearing Association in April 2013.
- Congratulations to Class of 2013 graduate, Ms. Stephanie Sadaphal, who was hired as a bilingual speech-language pathologist at the Kennedy Krieger Center for Autism and Related Disorders. Ms. Sadaphal will help CARD to serve their Spanish-speaking families more effectively and increase services to the spanish-speaking community in Baltimore City.
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