CSD Student Presents Research in Ireland

Posted in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences

Ashley Bramer, a graduate student in CSD had the opportunity to present her original research, "Reduced Sensitivity to L1-English Spelling Sound Regularity Early in L2 Learning," at the International Symposium on Bilingualism at University of Limerick, Ireland in June 2017.  Ashley knows that her trip was made possible through the generous gifts of donors to the CSD Student Travel Fund, which was established to help students like Ashley attend conferences to learn from others and present their own work. Learn more about Ashley's experience below: What are your career goals following completion of the program? Following completion of the program, I want to work with the bilingual English/Spanish population, most likely in a pediatric clinical outpatient setting. After gaining some clinical experience, I may return to school to pursue a doctoral degree. How does research complement the coursework and clinical preparation in the program, and how will it help as...

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