Students in the College of Health and Human Development gain tremendous experience, become leaders, and have a huge impact on the lives of people
Learn more about some of the unique ways in which Communication Sciences and Disorders students are advancing their own careers and helping the people around them.
Current Student—Helen Pu says she always knew she wanted to be in a helping profession, but until she became a Communication Sciences and Disorders major, she wasn’t sure which career was right for her. Involvement in research and student clubs are helping her pursue her passion and prepare for her career. Read more about Helen Pu.
Past Student—Lauren Kraske is passionate about helping people, which is why Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) is a good fit for her. Involvement in student clubs, such as the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association, and research projects prepared her for a career in speech-language pathology, where she can help others communicate more effectively. Read more about Lauren Kraske.
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Learn more about opportunities in the College of Health and Human Development that help students develop professionally, serve the community, conduct research, learn about individuals and communities, become leaders, meet people with similar interests and passions, and find ways to improve the world.