Monthly Archives: March 2018

May Graduation – Saying “See ya later” to the Class of 2018

This May, the Harding University CSD Department will be sending another group of graduates out into the world. Our program is always very fortunate to have such a diverse group of students, and this year is no different. In this … Continue reading

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Harding CSD Spring Break Mission Trip: Tuba City, Arizona

By: Tori Sanders Tuba City, Arizona will forever hold a special place in my heart. I began this adventure, how most people do, thinking I was going to take God to this small little town. Soon after arriving, God helped … Continue reading

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I am interested in medical speech pathology. How can such a small school offer me the medical experience that I am looking for? (Asking for a friend.)

This is one of the most frequent comments we get from current undergraduate students interested in pursuing graduate school here at Harding University. Students are afraid if they choose to go to Harding, they may lack the “medical experience.” To … Continue reading

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Finding the “Care” in Healthcare Again: Cariloop’s Caregiver Support Platform

Jeryn Laengrich, MS, CCC/SLP is a 1989 graduate of the Harding CSD program. She immediately pursued a master’s degree at the University of North Texas and embarked on a normal course of providing speech therapy services in various areas of … Continue reading

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HUSSHA Happenings

Harding University Student Speech-Language Hearing Association (HUSSHA) has been busy this semester. Each member is required to be a part of a committee, so this has encouraged active participation and growth as a club this school year.             Throughout the … Continue reading

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A Note from Dr. Tullos

By: Dan Tullos, PhD, CCC-SLP I came to Harding as a freshman in August 1969 with no idea what I wanted to have as my major. During the next four years, I tried almost every major but couldn’t make up … Continue reading

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