Four Careers for Speech-Language Pathology Students

As a major that encompasses speech-language pathology (SLP), audiology, occupational therapy and more, Communication Disorders is one of the oldest, most comprehensive, and versatile Master’s programs at Emerson. It is also nationally ranked and has close to a 100% employment … Continued

Emersonians Present Thesis Research at the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention

American Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention (ASHA)   Every year, the national American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) hosts its annual convention that attracts hundreds of thousands of speech-language pathologists and audiologists from the United States and abroad. The convention upheld it’s … Continued

10 Highlights from a Communication Disorders Student

When the university announced a transition to online classes, I was struck with overwhelming sadness for myself, my peers, my faculty, and for what the new normal would become. While this is not the way anyone in my program envisioned … Continued

What to know about grad school

You’ve finally arrived! All of your hard work, dedication, sweat, and tears have paid off – congratulations on making it to graduate school. Seeking higher education is such an accomplishment, but adjusting to the immense pressures of grad life can … Continued

Project Spotlight: My Communication Disorders School Placement Experience

In my previous blog post, I wrote about a day in my life while working in the Robbin’s Center. But your clinical experience in the Communication Disorders program is not limited to the Robbin’s Center. After you have completed your … Continued

Project Spotlight: Festival Planning for Emerson’s AfterDark Festival

I came to Emerson College in order to gain a master’s that would allow me to combine my passion for the film and entertainment and festival planning industry through marketing. After speaking with the Strategic Marketing Communications program director, I … Continued

A day in the life of a Communication Disorders student

You know you are studying Communication Disorders (or Speech Therapy) when you’ve answered: “What is Speech, Language and Hearing Science?” “What will you do with that?” “So you want to work with children?” If we were paid a dollar every … Continued