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Dr. Cara Donohue Awarded the ASHA Research Mentoring-Pair Travel Award

Dr. Cara Donohue was awarded the ASHA Research Mentoring-Pair Travel Award, which aims to support students and post-docs in the field of communication science and disorders by providing them with research career development opportunities. This award will allow Dr. Donohue to attend the ASHA Research Symposium with her mentor Dr.

Alumni Spotlight – Kristi Chamberlain

UF MA-SLP Class of 2003 Kristi Chamberlain Kristi Chamberlain is the owner of Peninsula Pediatric Therapies, a multi-disciplinary clinic for children, in Newport News, Virginia. Originally from Miami, Florida, Kristi…

Gender Affirming Healthcare: The Speech Language Pathologist’s Role

Gender Affirming Healthcare: The Speech Language Pathologist’s Role in Supporting and Advocating for Gender-Diverse Patients By Kristen Lewandowski June 3, 2021 Communication is a human right. Our voice, speech, written expression and nonverbal communication carry value and require respect. This is true regardless of race, ethnicity, age, sex, gender, religion,…

Alumni Spotlight – Stephanie Van Allan

UF MA-SLP Class of 2010 Stephanie Van Allan I'm an outpatient SLP with Cleveland Clinic Florida. Our clinic specializes in neuro rehab, where I work with patients who have suffered…