Ideas for Staying Connected to Your CSD Friends

With the socially isolating impacts of COVID-19, feeling connected to your CSD friends is hugely important—now more than ever! We’ve heard from a lot of you, asking for ways your NSSLHA chapter can connect virtually. Here are some ideas we’ve gathered from chapters who have done it successfully . . . Don’t Miss BHSM Like years’ past, you can’t host an info table on campus…

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A CSD Student and an Engineering Student Walk Into a Research Lab . . .

We’ve all heard about how important it’ll be for us to work collaboratively with those in related professions—physical and occupational therapy, to name a couple. It’s also important for us to collaborate with students enrolled in related programs now too. But what about collaborating with other programs that you wouldn’t initially think of as being related? Collaboration Between CSD and Engineering Departments The University of…

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5 Tips to Excel in Online Learning

Online degree programs have typically been met with skepticism and considered the “easy” way to earn a degree. But the Coronavirus has shaken up everyone’s world. After spending years trying to refine and master personal study habits, the last month has thrown most, if not all, university students into a new world of learning—virtually. Students and professors alike have all found that online learning isn’t…

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Extending the Benefits of ASHA’s Minority Student Leadership Program Throughout My Career

Many students experience being the only one in their academic program who look like them, speak like them, or grew up in a different culture—including me. ASHA’s Minority Student Leadership Program (MSLP) is a safe space for students who have been historically underrepresented in the professions to gather and hone their leadership skills by: attending leadership seminars; meeting past ASHA presidents, MSLP alumni, and top…

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