Our goal is to improve speech, language, and hearing.
Our award-winning faculty achieve this through:
- Research innovation
- Clinical Services
- Community outreach
- Training the next generation of clinicians and researchers
And through active collaborations across the campus.
Our new Hearing and Speech in the Evening (HESPIE) program is currently being featured on the BSOS site! The HESPIE program is a post-baccalaureate, non-degree program that will launch in the fall of 2016. “Speech-language pathology and audiology are fascinating fields with many well-paying jobs and there is a great need in the community for more high-quality clinicians,” said Dr. Rochelle Newman, HESP chair.
On Friday, April 29, 2016, current undergraduate student Mary Bounds will present a talk as part of the HESP Seminar Series. Her talk, "Influence of L1 Knowledge on Grammatical Expectations during Acquisition of L2", will be given in LeFrak Room 0135 from 3:30PM to 4:30PM. All are welcome attend!
- https://www.launch.umd.edu/project/2019 to learn more about the project or make a donation!
Take action today! Ignoring a potential hearing loss can lead to feelings of isolation and depression. Getting a hearing test and using professionally fitted hearing aids—when recommended by a hearing healthcare professional—is an important way for people with hearing loss to improve quality of life.