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Kerry Callahan Mandulak co-presents short course seminar and five student posters at American Speech-Language-Hearing Association convention
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Posted: November 30, 2011

Kerry Callahan Mandulak, Speech and Hearing Sciences faculty, co-presented a three-hour short course seminar and five student posters at the annual convention of the American Speech - Language - Hearing Association (ASHA) in San Diego, Nov. 17 - 19. The short course seminar was invited by the ASHA Special Interest Group on Speech Science and Orofacial Disorders; her co-presenter was colleague Adriane Baylis of Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, on the topic of assessment and treatment of children with repaired cleft palate and velopharyngeal dysfunction. The five poster sessions reflected master's student projects completed by the most recent graduated cohort. The two posters that reflected Mandulak's primary direction included a stuttering support group project and an international speech-language pathology project based in Uganda, which won a Student Research Travel Award for the primary author, recent alumna Sally Carlson.