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  • 5 - Number of faculty members receiving FLASHA's "Honors of the Association Award" (statewide)
  • 248 - Number of bachelor's degrees awarded in 2015-16
  • 81 - Number of master's degrees awarded in 2015-16
  • ~2,000 - Number of clients served by the Communication Disorders Clinic in 2015-16
  • 11 - Number of faculty members who are fellows of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

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ORC Selects Liu, Rosa-Lugo for Research Mentoring Program

Friday, May 05, 2017

The Office of Research and Commercialization has selected Assistant Professor Xinliang "Albert" Liu to participate in its research mentoring program with Associate Professor Linda Rosa-Lugo of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

The program pairs junior researchers with senior researchers at the university to increase the probability that the junior researcher will receive funding for his or her research. Together, Liu and Rosa-Lugo will work on a proposal for the National Institute of Health that examines the utilization and outcomes of patients who receive cochlear implant surgery.

To aid their research, the ORC will provide an award of $3,000 to fund research-related expenditures for Rosa-Lugo, the proposal submission by Liu and an external research award for Liu. For more information on the program, visit the ORC website.


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NSSLHA gives me the opportunity to connect with young professionals who share a similar passion as well as volunteer in our community to promote awareness about disorders and the role of a speech-language pathologist.
— Kristina D'Errico,  president of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association at UCF
Being an SLP-ELL scholar enabled me to gain the knowledge and skills I need to be a better SLP working with English Language Learners. I feel confident in my abilities thanks to the master's program and SLP-ELL grant.
— Amber Suarez ,  M.A. in communication sciences and disorders with a federal grant-funded specialization ('14)
Aphasia House offered me unique therapy not available anywhere in our region.
— Denette Schweikert,  artist, stroke survivor and former Aphasia House client
Aphasia House provided me with a unique and memorable experience where I was able to experience being a clinician, in a real world setting, working with clients and their families.
— Ashley Mignon,  M.A. in communication sciences and disorders ('14)
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