Communication is a uniquely human characteristic, which has a profound effect on what we do as human beings and our quality of life. The Department of Communication Disorders at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is committed to the study of both normal and disordered communication. It has a rich history of preparing researchers to advance the knowledge base in the field of Communication Sciences and Disorders and clinicians to work with individuals with communications disorders from linguistically and culturally diverse populations across the age span.
in the spotlight
Nathaniel A. Whitmal will present “The Care and Feeding of the Human Ear: An Informal Guide” on Thursday, Feb. 26 at 5 p.m. in 917 Campus Center. His lecture will be the first talk in the SPHHS Diversity Speaker Series.
Acclaimed mezzo soprano Clarissa Ocampo, a masters student in Communication Disorders, will headline a community awareness concert for stroke and aphasia.