Students Receive Recognition at MSHA Conference


The Communication Disorders Department recently had several students present at the Missouri Speech-Language Hearing Association (MSHA) convention, April 5-8, at the Tan-Tar-A resort in Osage Beach, Mo.
Kylie Albrecht and Grayson Nickolaison presented their research poster “Vocal Cord Dysfunction Among Collegiate Athletes” and received recognition as an outstanding undergraduate poster.

Receiving recognition as an outstanding undergraduate technical session, Maddie Bell presented her research “Family Stress and Support Level and Assessment of Child’s Development.”

Two groups received outstanding honorable mention in technical sessions. Adriana Arabas, Abigail Menke and Kelsey Collins were recognized for their research “Survey of Undergraduate Transformational Experiences.” Nicole Tonkovic and Valerie Hagedorn were recognized for their research “Training Students Providing Literacy Education for Families Living in Poverty.”

Outstanding posters and technical sessions will receive certificates from MSHA as well as a cash prize of $100. Honorable mentions will receive a certificate of recognition from MSHA.
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