Quest for the Cup is a quiz-bowl competition held at the Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association annual convention. Teams from all 8 Missouri public and private university master’s programs in communication disorders compete as they review for their national exam (Praxis). This week, Truman’s team won the Quest with a perfect score! Congrats to Audrey, Katie, […]
Alumni & friends of Truman State University are invited to the 9th annual Tru-Bash at MSHA in Tan-Tar-A on Friday, April 5th from 7:30-10:00 p.m. Room 501 We hope that you will make a special effort to join us as we celebrate the success of the Truman State Speech and Hearing Clinic 50th Anniversary Campaign […]
April 26 Language and Literacy Conference – Register NOW (please try to register and pay your $50 by April 12) This is a special opportunity, where you will have all day access to a national expert right here on campus. This is worth .6 ASHA CEUs. CMDS students have also been invited to enroll ($10). This […]
WOW!!!! We did it! thanks to everyone who made our campaign a success. See the story in TrumanToday We raised $100,000!!! These funds will help with scholarships and clinic operations. You can still help — Make your donation to the CMDS 50th Anniversary Campaign here: Make A Gift
Eight new graduate students began the program this spring. Including the alma maters of these new students, universities represented by the current CMDS graduate students on campus include: Truman State University, Augustana College Saint Louis University, University of Wisconsin – Madison University of Iowa, University of Northern Iowa University of Missouri, Southeast Missouri State University […]
The 26th Annual Research Forum in Communication Disorders will be held at Truman State University Wednesday, December 12, 2012, from 6:30 – 10:00 PM. Local professionals are invited to attend at no cost. Holiday refreshments will be provided. This course is offered for 0.3 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area).
With the help of student from Ms. Garlock’s Sign Language course, we’d like to wish everyone the best of the season: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoOuliSjcp0
Dr. Cochran’s Assistive Technology class celebrated Halloween Wed evening, October 31.
Truman’s CMDS program is hosting an open house for prospective graduate students Saturday, Nov 10 from 10-2. Tours of the clinic area and facilities will be from 10-10:30, with the program beginning at 10:30. Break-out sessions will give visitors information about the CMDS grad curriculum, funding graduate studies, Internships and job placement, and the chance […]
Truman State University’s Communication Disorders Association(CoDA) is a chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA). CoDA received silver recognition for the 2011-2012 academic year. To be awarded silver recognition our Chapter donated 250 dollars to NSSLHA Loves, whose focus was the National Center for Family Literacy. Additionally, our Chapter invited Zach Wyatt, […]