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ISU Communication Sciences and Disorders hosts 20th anniversary conference April 7-8 in Meridian

March 24, 2011
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The conference in Meridian is titled  "What’s Next?" and will feature lectures and panel discussions presented by Idaho State University, regional and national experts in the fields of audiology, sign language interpreting and speech-language pathology.

Keynote speakers are Dr. Paul Deputy, the dean of the College of Education and Human Service Professions at the University of Minnesota, Duluth, and Dr. Jeff Brockett, associate professor and director of the Audiology Program at Idaho State University.

Deputy is also a former ISU faculty member and department chair who helped establish the Communication Sciences and Disorders course offerings in the Boise area in 1990.

Other speakers include Barbara Young, nationally recognized for her work in interpreting for individuals with cochlear implants.

In addition to programs in educational interpreting, speech-language pathology and audiology, ISU-Meridian has a Speech and Language Clinic and Adult Aphasia Group, which serves dozens of clients in the Treasure Valley each year.

The 20th Anniversary conference will be held in the Joint School District No. 2 Training Center, 1303 E. Central Drive, adjacent to the Idaho State University-Meridian Health Science Center, between Locust Grove and Meridian roads.

To register for the conference and learn more about the department’s history in the Treasure Valley, go to http://www.isu.edu/csed/anniversary/.

If you have any questions, please call or e-mail Jude Jones, administrative assistant, 208-282-3635, jonejudy@isu.edu or Beth Guryan, conference co-chair, 208-373-1721, gurybeth@isu.edu




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