- The Aphasia Treatment Program's Aphasia Tones choir receives a standing ovation at the plenary session of the 2012 Annual Convention of the California Speech Language Hearing Association in San Jose in March.
- The CSD department and Speech Language and Hearing Clinic become one of the first institutional affiliates of the National Aphasia Association.
- Cal State East Bay is ranked No. 1 for Asian American degree recipients in Communication Disorders Sciences by "Diverse: Issues in Higher Education". Read more about diversity at Cal State East Bay here.
- Aphasia choir instructs, inspires students and singers. Read the whole story here.
- Dr. Janet Patterson, former faculty member and current lecturer, receives the coveted honor of Fellow of the American Speech Language Hearing Association. See ASHA Leader article here.
- Faculty member Dr. Nidhi Mahendra researches how technology can provide cognitive rehabilitation for those with Alzheimer's and memory loss . Read more here.
- "Using the Internet Safely, part 2" is posted at the Aphasia Corner Bog. Read the follow-up post to Part 1 here.
- The Aphasia Corner Blog posts "Using the Internet Safely, part 1" by Ellen Bernstein-Ellis, Sandy Glista, Glenn Goldblum, Janet Patterson and Robin Pollens. Read the post here.
- Students Natalie Sanford and Julianne Spicer are awarded Research Fellowships for the 2012-2013 academic year by the new CSUEB Center for Student Research, doing independent projects on aphasia and dementia.
- CSD graduate students Laura Ludlow, Tamar Solomon, and Emily Dionne present at the 2012 Annual Convention of the American Speech Language Hearing Association in Atlanta in November.
- Amanda Scullion receives the 2012 California Speech-Language-Hearing Association District 3 Outstanding Student award.
- CSD students Amanda Scullion, Lily Sullivan, and Bridget Wellerstein receive awards from CSUEB's ASI and CSHA. Find them here.
- Sue Graziano Adams ('90) is featured in Cal State East Bay Magazine's "The Food Issue". Read about her gourmet frozen food business for those with swallowing disorders here.