Alumni Spotlight: Maggie Phillips, CCC-SLP

  Maggie Phillips graduated from UConn with her Bachelors degree and her Masters degree in Speech Language and Hearing Sciences. Maggie first became interested in Speech Pathology because of her mother’s career in special education. She took an introductory course in speech pathology and fell in love with it. After gaining her masters degree Maggie […]

Upcoming SLHS Events

The SLHS Department website has been redesigned and is live. Be sure to check it out! This year, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) 2023 Conference will be in Boston, Massachusetts! It will be held at the Boston Convention Center, November 16th – November 18th. Please be sure to join us for an Alumni event […]

Canadian Governor-General’s Innovation Award

Dr. Richard Seewald (UCONN Ph.D. 1981) has contributed research findings in pediatric amplification for more than three decades. Dr. Seewald’s paper entitled “Selecting Amplification Characteristics for Young Hearing-Impaired Children” co-authored with his mentor and UCONN faculty member the late Dr. Mark Ross is a seminal work in the area of pediatric audiology and hearing loss […]

Dr. Mozeiko’s Book

We are excited to share with you the news of a noteworthy achievement of one of our university’s department members. Dr. Jennifer Mozeiko, the Director of the Aphasia Rehab Lab at UConn and Associate Professor in our department of Speech Language and Hearing Sciences, has co-edited a new book titled “Caring for Loved ones with […]

SLHS Department Newsletter

We are thrilled to announce the revival of the Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences (SLHS) newsletter! There has not been a newsletter for this department in many years (perhaps even before the department split from Communication Sciences in 2012), and we are excited to reconnect with our esteemed alumni and share the latest news! The […]