If you are in Iowa City, you are very welcome to drop by and watch my brief research presentation this Friday! It’s open to the public. The building is across from Kinnick Stadium and next to the water tower.
I’ll only speak for about ten minutes. There will be triangles involved. I’ve already listened to trial runs of the other presentations and they will be fascinating!
This is the official flyer:
Friday, April 24, 2015
WJSHC- Room 308
12:00 noon – 1:00pm
In this data blitz session, four doctoral students from Communication Sciences and Disorders will present new research on speech and language disorders. Join us for these exciting “sound bites” of science.
Naomi Hertsberg, Self-perceived Competence and Social Acceptance of Children who Stutter
Larissa Jordan, Verbal Fluency:Norms for the Lakota Population in Semantic and Phonemic Fluency Tasks
Bogi Takács, Investigating the Learning Strategies of College Students with Language Disabilities
Hope Gerlach and Anu Subramanian, Bibliotherapy in Stuttering Treatment: Graduate Clinician and Client Perspectives
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa sponsored events. If you a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Vicki Jennings at 319-335-8726 in the Department of communication Sciences and Disorders.