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Autism expert joins speech, hearing sciences
July 22, 2010

SPOKANE – Teresa Cardon, a speech-language pathologist with almost 20 years experience working with children with autism, has been hired by WSU’s department of speech and hearing sciences as an assistant professor.

 

Cardon will be based at WSU Spokane, and her appointment is effective Aug. 16.  

Before coming to Spokane, Cardon was at Arizona State University, where she served as a faculty research associate in the Infant Child Research Programs while earning a PhD in speech and hearing science with an emphasis on autism. Prior to that, she was a clinical practitioner, serving – among others – as director of speech-language pathology at … » More …

Fall honors lectures explore neurodiversity
September 18, 2008

VANCOUVER – The WSU Vancouver University Scholars program offers a series of lectures by prominent scholars with national reputations. University Scholars students may attend the series for credit and participate in special discussions led by the guest lecturers. The lecture series is free and open to the public.

 

Photo by Cindy Gold: Neal, Adam, Lexi, Henry and Wyatt from the cast of “Austim: the Musical”

 

This fall’s series topic is “Neurodiversity: Changing Minds, Changing World.” All lectures begin at 5:15 p.m. in the Administration Building, room 110. The next lecture:

Oct. 13:» More …