Speech-Language Pathology students enjoy a wide-range of research, leadership, and professional development opportunities and opportunities for rewarding careers in various settings, including hospitals, schools, clinics, long-term-care facilities, and private practices.
Established at Buffalo State in 1956, the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic provides treatment and therapy for individuals with articulation and phonological disorders, language impairments, aphasia, voice disorders, hearing disorders, fluency disorders, traumatic brain injury, and accent reduction.
Speech-Language Pathology students have an opportunity to use the knowledge gained in the classroom and apply it into the community. The organization has an elected executive board, and meets monthly in order to fulfill specific goals such as discuss graduate school preparation, career development, and volunteer and fundraising efforts.
In addition to membership opportunities with the Buffalo State chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA), students participate in workshops, lectures, meetings, and conventions outside of the classroom.
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