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Any Experience is Great Opportunity
During the course of this internship I have taken many classes that helped me prepare for some of the decision, events and material I have provided at career services. I have taken classes such as conflict resolution, public relations writing and persuasion theory courses that have played a vital role in my position. My public ... Continue reading →
There is a Theory to Everything!
My Internship has come to a close. I have gains experience and have learned lessons that I believe have benefited me throughout the semester. It’s seems that when you choose a major, you may not realize how those chapter readings and papers play a part in your success. In class, you are taught to write ... Continue reading →
Time Management
I am beginning to evaluate which career I want for myself after working here at career services. I think I want to be in a field where I can be more hands on and creative. Public Relations has various fields that you can go into. Based on my many experiences with different internships I am ... Continue reading →
Chris Crider Awarded a CURIO Grant
Chris Crider, a Rhetoric and Professional Writing concentrator, has recently received a CURIO program grant from The Student Research Advisory Council at Longwood University. As part of CURIO (The Collegiate Undergraduate Research and Inquiry Opportunities), Chris will work with Dr. Elif Guler during the Spring of 2017 on her rhetorical research examining treatments of rhetoric across ... Continue reading →
ASHA Convention 2016
This year I had the privilege of attending the 2016 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association's annual conference. The conference was held in Philadelphia, PA at the Philadelphia Convention Center. I was in attendance from Thursday, November 17th to Saturday, November 19th and was able to sit in on 7 different seminar sessions. Each of the sessions was very informative and full of ... Continue reading →
American Speech Hearing Association Convention
This past weekend, at the annual American Speech Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention in Philadelphia I had the privilege of presenting two posters. In-between presenting my posters, I had time to go to multiple sessions, explore the overwhelming exhibit hall, talk to future possible employers about my professional interests, and even explore some of Philadelphia. It ... Continue reading →
ASHA Conference 2016
My name is Moriah Chapman and I am a second year graduate student in the Communication Sciences and Disorders program at Longwood University. I recently went to the American Speech-Langauge-Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention in Philadelphia, PA. I along with other graduate students presented at the Poster session. Our poster was titled "Supporting Intelligibility in a ... Continue reading →
ASHA Conference 2016
                            Attending the American Speech–Language–Hearing Association (ASHA) national conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania proved to be an amazing experience for me that has impacted my future practice as a speech-language pathologist. I presented data from my ongoing research at a poster session. During ... Continue reading →