The Department of Communication Disorders will host a concert of art song and piano music with works by Vaughan Williams, Mendehlsson, Ravel, Beethoven, and Ives. Featuring performances by Christian Schwebler, Laura Josephs, Kevin Bradley, and the Healing Harmonies Choir, a community group comprised of students, alumni, faculty, and community members living with communication challenges, the concert will shine a light on the diversity of clients with neurogenic communication impairments that are served by the department and its graduate students, and the transformative, healing power of music in neurorehabilitation.
The Northampton Center for the Arts
The School of Public Health and Health Sciences will hold its 22nd Annual Research Day on Tuesday, April 2, from 2-5 pm in the Campus Center Auditorium. The School holds this event annually as an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students within the School and across the university, along with interested members from our community, to learn more about the research, instruction and outreach conducted by its students.
Campus Center Auditorium
The UMass Amherst School of Public Health and Health Sciences invites you to the next event in the Dean's Symposia Series: "A Conversation in the Community: A Public Health Approach to Suicide Prevention." Join us as we welcome suicide prevention specialist Dr. Eric Caine for his keynote lecture "Rethinking Suicide Prevention."
The Department of Communication Disorders will be hosting its annual Professional Development Conference (PDC) for faculty, students, off-campus clinical supervisors, and alumni on Friday, April 5th. This event brings cutting-edge researchers and practitioners to campus to talk about recent developments that influence clinical service provision in speech-language pathology and audiology.
UMass Amherst Campus Center
The SPHHS Senior Recognition Ceremony will take place on Friday, May 10, 2019, in the Mullins Center. This event allows us to recognize graduating seniors in a special way and individually congratulate them for their accomplishments. The Senior Ceremony is not meant to be a replacement for the University Commencement and students and their families are encouraged to attend both celebrations.