Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Dept

Lehman College Welcomes Two New Deans

September 4, 2014 12:28 pm Anthropology Dept, Biological Sciences Dept, Chemistry Dept, Economics and Business Dept, Environmental, Geographic, and Geological Sciences Dept, Faculty, Health Sciences Dept, Nursing Dept, Physics and Astronomy Dept, President Fernández, Provost, Psychology Dept, School of Natural and Social Sciences, Social Work Dept, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Dept

This Fall, Lehman College welcomes two new deans after extensive local and national searches: Dr. William W. Latimer has been named founding dean of the new School of Health Sciences, Human Services, and Nursing and Dr. Gautam Sen is now the new dean of the School of Natural and Social Sciences.

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New Graduate Student Reception A Success

August 19, 2014 5:12 pm Graduate Studies, Provost, School of Arts and Humanities, School of Continuing & Professional Studies, School of Education, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Dept, Students

“Lehman College is a warm and welcoming place, and we want to make sure that our graduate students receive the same kind of attention that our undergraduate students receive when they first enter the campus.”

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Prof. Sandra Levey Appointed Member of Multilingual Affairs Committee

June 10, 2014 10:22 am Faculty, School of Arts and Humanities, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Dept

Professor Sandra Levey of Speech-Language-and Hearing Sciences has been appointed as a member of the Multilingual Affairs Committee of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics (IALP). The Association represents professionals and scientists who work in the field of communication sciences and with individuals experiencing voice, speech, language, hearing, and swallowing difficulties. Prof. Levey was [...]

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The Power of Speech: Researchers at Lehman Work with Stroke Survivors

March 21, 2014 9:34 am Faculty, School of Arts and Humanities, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Dept

Some say talk is cheap, but for Professor Mira Goral who studies aphasia, an acquired communication disorder, talk is everything. According to the National Aphasia Association, aphasia affects one million Americans, with some 100,000 acquiring it each year.

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Noted Epidemiologist Dr. William W. Latimer Named Dean of the New School of Health Sciences, Human Services, and Nursing

February 14, 2014 7:43 am CUNY Institute for Health Equity, Faculty, Graduate Studies, Health Sciences Dept, Media Relations and Publications, Nursing Dept, President Fernández, Provost, Social Work Dept, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Dept, Spotlight on Research, Undergraduate Studies

Dr. William W. Latimer has been named founding dean of the School of Health Sciences, Human Services, and Nursing. Dr. Latimer comes to the Bronx from the University of Florida.

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Scholarship Students Plan to Work for a Better Bronx and Healthier World

December 17, 2013 1:40 pm Athletics, Financial Aid, Health Sciences Dept, Lehman Scholars Program, Nursing Dept, Philosophy Dept, Psychology Dept, Scholarship Students, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Dept, Student Awards, Students, Wellness Program

Lehman College congratulates four recent scholarship recipients – three from the Bronx CUNY Scholarship Fund and one from the New York Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. All have plans to work for the well-being of Bronx residents and advocate for a healthier global village. Francisco Cruz and Sharonda Oppong-Addae are Bronx CUNY Scholars and Genill Reynoso is an Elias Karmon Scholar; Imani Dubois received the New York Hispanic Chamber of Commerce award.

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Pump “Down” the Volume: Professor Sandra Levey and NYC to Address Noise and Hearing Loss

December 9, 2013 1:00 am CUNY Institute for Health Equity, School of Arts and Humanities, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Dept, Student Affairs, Students, Urban Male Leadership Program, Women's Studies Program

A total of 196 individuals from a variety of ethnic backgrounds participated. The final analysis showed that young iPod users and African-Americans listening to rap or hip hop did indeed listen the loudest and were more likely to exceed recommended listening times.

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$500 Goes a Long Way in Graduate School. Just Ask a Graduate Student

November 20, 2013 2:00 pm Graduate Studies, Mathematics and Computer Science Dept, Scholarship Students, School of Education, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Dept

What does $500 mean to a hard-working graduate student? It means buying supplies to work with children in Lehman’s speech-language pathology clinic, says Jessica Ra. It means buying textbooks and replacing a worn-out computer, says Diorvic Gonzalez.

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Visions of the Future: Lehman College Works for a Healthier Bronx and New York City

November 8, 2013 1:46 pm Health Sciences Dept, Lehman College Foundation, Multimedia, Nursing Dept, Social Work Dept, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Dept, Video

Learn more about the rich history of Lehman College, its wide variety of undergraduate and graduate programs, and the forthcoming School of Health Sciences, Human Services, and Nursing.

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New Textbook Aims to Help Students Learn Language Acquisition Process

May 28, 2013 3:51 pm School of Arts and Humanities, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Dept

Professor Levey incorporated aspects of her research on bilingualism and multicultural studies in her textbook, introducing the important role that anatomy, articulation, hearing, and literacy development play in children’s acquisition of language.

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Meet the Class of 2012: Speech Grad Learns the True Value of Service

June 21, 2012 2:43 pm Lehman Scholars Program, School of Arts and Humanities, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Dept, Study Abroad

Opportunities for community service was one of the things that Speech-Language-Pathology graduate Estefania Morneo loved about her Lehman College experience.

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