Special Ed and Communication Disorders talks begin Sept. 7

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Special Ed and Communication Disorders talks begin Sept. 7

The Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders will host six brown bag sessions, meant to engage graduate students of the program in a variety of career and research topics, beginning Sept. 7.

All presentations will begin at 11 a.m. in room 101 of the Barkley Memorial Center. The dates and topics of these sessions are as follows:

  • Sept. 7, “Strategies for Job Interviewing,” Sherri Jones, professor and department chair

  • Sept. 21, Student Presentation, Avantika Mathur, postdoctoral student

  • Oct. 5, “How to Make a Five-Year Plan,” faculty panel

  • Oct. 19, “Writing After Traumatic Brain Injury: Impact of Injury and Recommendations for Assessment and Treatment,” Carly Dinnes, doctoral candidate in human sciences

  • Nov. 2, ASHA posters and presentations, various students and faculty

  • Dec. 7, “Functional Connectivity of Saltatory Pneumotactile Velocity in Human Glabrous Hand,” Yingying Wang, assistant professor

For more information about the brown bag sessions, contact Cynthia Cress at ccress1@unl.edu.

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