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Shameka Stanford

 

This event has been canceled.

 

The Power of Communication and the Role of Speech-Language Pathology in Social and Youth Justice

 

Speaker TBA.

The goal of HESP WIP talks is for PhD students and postdocs to discuss in-progress research in a welcoming, low-stakes environment.

 

Speaker TBA.

The goal of HESP WIP talks is for PhD students and postdocs to discuss in-progress research in a welcoming, low-stakes environment.

 

Noise in the Nursery: 3 Ways Noise Can Impact Your Child's Learning

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African American English in 2nd and 3rd Grade Writing: Implications for Teacher Reflection and Education

Taffeta Wood (speaker) & Dr. Brandy Gatlin-Nash, University of California, Irvine

 

The Interaction Between Processing Speed, Cognitive Control, and Word Retrieval

 

Thanks to everyone's generous donations, the Learning to Talk lab has a lot of books to gift-wrap for students in Baltimore City public schools! Join us at the LSC to wrap some books and enjoy hot cocoa. Please RSVP here!

Find out what HESP faculty are working on.

 

Zoe Ovans (NACS/HESP)

Rely on what’s reliable: Effects of cognitive-control engagement on children’s sentence comprehension 

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