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March 26, 2018

CSD Goes to SHAV

First year students in the Communication Sciences and Disorders graduate program attended the Speech-Language Hearing Association Conference from March 22 – March 24th in Williamsburg, VA. The students attended conference sessions over the three days and presented research at the Graduate Student Poster Presentations! The group of 21 students, divided into 6 research groups, presented their research projects from the last 7 months. The Longwood students competed with other graduate students from each CSD program in the state of Virginia.

Longwood took home 1st place! Students Leah Horton, Jalyn Taylor, and Seraphina Chabinec won with their research project titled “Results of Voice Disorder Prevention Training for Physical Education Majors.” This group developed a vocal hygiene training module, which was distributed among Longwood’s 5 Health & Physical Education graduate students in their student teaching semester.

Congratulations to the three 1st place winners!

Each research group in the CSD program will also be participating in Longwood’s Graduate Research Symposium on April 24th.

Below are a few pictures of the CSD researchers with their posters:

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