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Announcements

Planned Water Interruption in Bacon Hall: August 17, 18

Water and steam service to Bacon Hall will be shut down from 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 17, to 6:00 p.m.  Thursday, August 18. This planned

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Anne Frank Project Campus Training: Story-Based Learning - August 22-24

The Anne Frank Project will offer campus training with a series of kinesthetic workshops in its story-based learning (SLB) curriculum, using story

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Student Spotlight

Two graduate students working with a young client

The Buffalo State College Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic, part of the Speech-Language Pathology Department, hosted three specialty clinics this summer. Supervised by domain experts, graduate student clinicians conducted treatment with individuals with deficits in adult language and cognitive-communication skills following stroke, language-literacy and auditory processing problems, and fluency and stuttering issues. Traditional speech-language therapy was also offered to children and adults either individually or in small group settings, with all services providing robust experiences and earned clinical hours for participating students.

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Information provided by Christopher Heximer, clinic director. Photo by Jesse L. Steffan-Colucci, college photographer, Creative Services.

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