CSD Events

Communication Sciences & Disorders Events

CSD Week

Join Communication Career Services during the last week of March for a series of events targeting our Communication Sciences and Disorders students. Specific events are:

Meet the Employer: Bilingual Therapies

Tuesday, March 27
5:00-6:00pm
BMC 2.508

Bilingual Therapies is the leading provider of bilingual school-based professionals. They help schools in diverse communities across the country connect with talented, caring bilingual professionals. At this event, Bilingual Therapies will provide a "snapshot" of the life of a bilingual SLP in public schools. They will also provide more information about their organization and what CFs can expect when working with them.

Transitioning from Student to Independent Clinician (Presented by Cobb Pedriatics)

Wednesday, March 28
5:00-6:00pm
BMC 2.508

Representatives from Cobb Pediatrics will provide an overview of Do's and Don'ts for becoming an independent clinician, including strategies and tips to empower students as they approach graduation. They will also give advice on interviewing as well as explain the difference between contract and direct hire opportunities.

CSD Graduate School Panel

Thursday, March 29
5:00-7:00pm
BMC 5.208

Each Spring, Communication Career Services hosts a graduate school panel for Communication Sciences & Disorders majors interested in learning more about graduate school applications, personal statement writing, and requesting recommendation letters from faculty. This event is held in conjunction with CSD department faculty and graduate students and the Moody Writing Support Program. The event will begin with a short "Graduate School 101" presentation, followed by audience questions to the panel.

This year's panelists are:

  • Dr. Courtney Byrd, Ph.D. - Associate Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Mandy Aguirre - Student Writing Coach, Moody Writing Support Program
  • Carla Wright - Graduate Clinician, UT Speech and Hearing Center
  • Shannon Goodwin - Graduate Student, Speech Language Pathology

While many CSD students opt to pursue graduate studies, many undergraduate alumni are pursuing successful careers in other areas. Check out the CSD: Non-Professional Track Handout for more information.