Through unique undergraduate research experiences, our students have the chance to take their learning beyond the classroom – solving real-world problems.
Working side-by-side with professors, you’ll build your resume, develop practical skills that set you apart from the crowd, and have the chance to publish your work for the world to see.
Our department conducts research in the following areas:
- Augmentative and Alternative Communication
- Bilingual Speech-Language Pathology
- Cultural and Linguistic Diversity
- Early Intervention and Pediatric Communication Disorders
- E.A.R. Laboratory (Evoked Auditory Responses)
- Feeding and Swallowing
- Language of School Aged Children
- Neurological Disorders
- Voice and Speech Science