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SFSU NSSLHA is at it again!

~Written by Isabella (Bella) Firpo After being awarded the silver standing last year in Chapter Honors, NSSLHA is determined to earn the gold level this year. They are currently fundraising, volunteering, planning events, donating, and meeting the requirements needed to be considered.

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SFSU NSSLHA is at it again!

~Written by Isabella (Bella) Firpo After being awarded the silver standing last year in Chapter Honors, NSSLHA is determined to earn the gold level this year. They are currently fundraising, volunteering, planning events, donating, and meeting the requirements needed to be considered.

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Our Beautifully Renovated Workroom!

~ Writer: Jhoana Aclan; Editor: Bella Firpo; Photo credits: Ana Pereverzeva Dear SFSU CD Students, Finally the time that we have been waiting for! To our continuing students, thank you for your patience and to our junior class, welcome to our workroom! Our

Welcome written on board

Our Beautifully Renovated Workroom!

~ Writer: Jhoana Aclan; Editor: Bella Firpo; Photo credits: Ana Pereverzeva Dear SFSU CD Students, Finally the time that we have been waiting for! To our continuing students, thank you for your patience and to our junior class, welcome to our workroom! Our

Top Row:  Shana Rehm, Jil Gomez, Roseann Gomez, Denae Johnson, Ruth Marin, Jasmin Martinez, Jessica Ramirez, Emily Edson, Aimee Paredez.

2nd Row: Breena Miller, Brent Williamson, Bernadette Mendoza, Daniel Pearlstone, Maci Mendez, Heidi Arines, Isabel Butler, Bridget Kowalski, Kathleen Ruiz, Susan Bejarano

3rd Row: Camilla Soto, Melissa Jennings, Elizabeth Thomas, Mayra La Torre, Yinxin Wang, Isabella Firpo, Irene Pineda

4th Row: Diem Nguyen, Lauren Camacho, Amy Loberg, Kathryn Tidaback, Gabriela Guerrero, Ana Pereverzeva, Jashley Campa, Patricia Gonzalez, Taylor Chavez, Jhoana Aclan

Fall 2014 Greeting from Our Honors-Winning NSSLHA!

~ Written by Isabella (Bella) Firpo (2014-15 NSSLHA Media/Publicity Coordinator) Welcome back to all San Francisco State University students! Our Communicative Disorder students, staff, and faculty are at it again working hard and making our department proud.  It is important

Top Row:  Shana Rehm, Jil Gomez, Roseann Gomez, Denae Johnson, Ruth Marin, Jasmin Martinez, Jessica Ramirez, Emily Edson, Aimee Paredez.

2nd Row: Breena Miller, Brent Williamson, Bernadette Mendoza, Daniel Pearlstone, Maci Mendez, Heidi Arines, Isabel Butler, Bridget Kowalski, Kathleen Ruiz, Susan Bejarano

3rd Row: Camilla Soto, Melissa Jennings, Elizabeth Thomas, Mayra La Torre, Yinxin Wang, Isabella Firpo, Irene Pineda

4th Row: Diem Nguyen, Lauren Camacho, Amy Loberg, Kathryn Tidaback, Gabriela Guerrero, Ana Pereverzeva, Jashley Campa, Patricia Gonzalez, Taylor Chavez, Jhoana Aclan

Fall 2014 Greeting from Our Honors-Winning NSSLHA!

~ Written by Isabella (Bella) Firpo (2014-15 NSSLHA Media/Publicity Coordinator) Welcome back to all San Francisco State University students! Our Communicative Disorder students, staff, and faculty are at it again working hard and making our department proud.  It is important

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Students & Faculty Present “Autism, Play and the Developing Brain” at the California Academy of Sciences

On June 21, 2014, students and faculty from SF State’s Autism Spectrum Studies and Project Common Ground hosted an all age friendly, daylong interactive exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences on “Autism, Play and the Developing Brain.” It was

An Image from the "Autism, Play, and the Developing Brain" poster presented at the Academy of Sciences

Students & Faculty Present “Autism, Play and the Developing Brain” at the California Academy of Sciences

On June 21, 2014, students and faculty from SF State’s Autism Spectrum Studies and Project Common Ground hosted an all age friendly, daylong interactive exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences on “Autism, Play and the Developing Brain.” It was

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School District Employee Versus Contractor: How to Decide?

This month’s issue of the ASHA Leader features an article written by CD alumna, Katy Duffy-Sherr, who is currently the lead SLP at Oakland Unified School District. She addresses a topic that many graduates and soon-to-be graduates want to know,

Photo of woman looking at scale weighing school district employee and contractor

School District Employee Versus Contractor: How to Decide?

This month’s issue of the ASHA Leader features an article written by CD alumna, Katy Duffy-Sherr, who is currently the lead SLP at Oakland Unified School District. She addresses a topic that many graduates and soon-to-be graduates want to know,

collage of photos from 2014 CD graduation

Congratulations, Class of 2014! And a tribute to Dr. Minnie Graham

~Written by NSSLHA 2013-2014 Vice President Meg Shetty and Communicative Disorders Undergraduate Speaker Alexa Asturias Knowledge is the only thing that someone cannot take from you.- Flo Kimmerling On Sunday May 25th, 2014, the shuffling of anxious grads’ feet, excited

collage of photos from 2014 CD graduation

Congratulations, Class of 2014! And a tribute to Dr. Minnie Graham

~Written by NSSLHA 2013-2014 Vice President Meg Shetty and Communicative Disorders Undergraduate Speaker Alexa Asturias Knowledge is the only thing that someone cannot take from you.- Flo Kimmerling On Sunday May 25th, 2014, the shuffling of anxious grads’ feet, excited

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2014 Annual CD Job Fair

~ Written by Caroline de Witte (NSSLHA Social Chair officer) Last Thursday, May 15th, was the Annual Communicative Disorders Job Fair. There was a great turn out of both employers and those seeking employment.  Around 20 different employers came, ranging

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2014 Annual CD Job Fair

~ Written by Caroline de Witte (NSSLHA Social Chair officer) Last Thursday, May 15th, was the Annual Communicative Disorders Job Fair. There was a great turn out of both employers and those seeking employment.  Around 20 different employers came, ranging