Elizabeth Evans, B.S. published in JNBASLH

Elizabeth Evans, one of our second year graduate SLP students recently published an article titled “Implementation of a Racial Equity Course within a Communication Sciences and Disorders Graduate Program: A Student Perspective” for the Winter …

Hannah Belay Receives Poster Award

This year, the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) granted CCANDL’s Hannah Belay an award for her poster “Communication Behaviors Manifested as Episodes of Lucidity in Persons Living with Dementia: A Scoping Review”. The award is …

CCANDL Presents at AAIC 2020

This summer, CCANDL presented our research at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC). The conference, which was scheduled to take place in Amsterdam, was reorganized to be online due to COVID-19. Dr. Kimberly Mueller presented …

Congrats to Cassandra Peters!

This May, CCANDL’s Cassandra Peters graduated from University of Wisconsin – Madison. Peters graduated from the Masters of Science program in Speech Language Pathology from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. CCANDL is sad …

CCANDL Presents at ADRD

  On Thursday March 5th, CCANDL members Hannah Belay, Cassandra Peters, Elizabeth Evans, and Audra Koscik presented their work at the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Research Day.

CCANDL Member Elizabeth Evans Wins Best Poster Award

On March 5th, Elizabeth Evans, first-year graduate student in Communication Sciences and Disorders, won the Best Graduate Student Poster Award at the Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Research Day. Elizabeth’s poster, entitled “Validation of …

Elizabeth Evans Presents at Prosem

  This February, first year MS SLP student Elizabeth Evans presented her work on African American Adults at Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease and the role of connected speech analysis. Her presentation included information from Gina …