Communication Sciences and Disorders

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association, the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders, the Department of Psychology, and the Department of English are co-hosting two screenings of "When I Stutter" at The Pickford Film…

The quality of Western Washington University’s academic programs and the professionalism of instructors is easy to notice when visiting the university. After earning a bachelor’s degree from Western, Hannah Pealstrom decided to come back to Western to…

In the race’s final miles, at Putnam Ridge, Jeffery Hart of Bellingham, Wash., proposed to his longtime girlfriend, Jennifer Thistle. He carried the ring 92 miles on a keychain in his pack, nervously checking periodically to make sure it was still there. He and his young son had selected…

Mikaela Gronseth’s life for the past year and a half has been divided among two continents, two languages and no fewer than 100 children.

She’s a grandma, a sister, a mother and sometimes an aunt. She’s a teacher — both inside and outside the classroom.

The 26-year-old from…

A National Science Foundation Grant for $197,530 to Western Washington University has allowed for the purchase of a transcranial magnetic stimulator, a complex piece of equipment that will further Western’s study of how the brain functions and advance undergraduate training in Behavioral…

At 4 o’clock on a Wednesday afternoon inside the austerely named Academic Instructional Center, some serious playtime is going on.

Western’s Speech-Language-Hearing clinic is in full swing the first week of the fall quarter. That means all 11 therapy rooms are occupied with…

Do you hear what I hear?
For many people over the age of 65, the answer to that question is "no."
Hearing loss is a becoming less of a silent problem as awareness grows and more people are diagnosed. Experts say it's hard to determine whether people suffer from hearing…

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