Outstanding Advisor Award

Leslie Baldwin wins the outstanding advisor award

Bethany Howard Honors Thesis

Bethany Howard (Senior, Communication Sciences and Disorders) presented her Honors thesis at the 2016 American Speech-Language-Hearing Annual Convention

Bethany Howard wins Senior of Significance Award

Bethany Howard (Senior, Communication Sciences and Disorders wins the senior of significance award) (in the photo: Bethany is seated third from right)

Natalie Miller wins Three Minute Presentation

Natalie Miller wins the second annual OSU Graduate College’s Three Minute Presentation University Finals

3MP Participation Award

CDIS wins the 3MP non-thesis participation award

Averie Hinchey selected one of top 20 freshmen

Averie Hinchey was selected as one of the top 20 freshman women this year. She is a sophomore in our program. Congratulations Avery.

Amanda Good receives SPARC award

Amanda Good (second year graduate student) recently received the prestigious ASHA-SPARC award to support her master’s thesis and to support her conference travel. Congrats Amanda.

Grandparent University

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders hosted the Grandparent University on 22nd & 23rd July 2016.

A&S Awards

CDIS faculty, staff, and students received prestigious College of Arts & Sciences awards. (L-R: Abigail McFadden, Dr. Ramesh Kaipa, Ms. Leslie Baldwin, Sundari Ethridge).

Certified Healthy Department

CDIS Department was recently recognized as a Certified Healthy Department at Oklahoma State University

Outstanding Advisor Award Outstanding Advisor Award
Bethany Howard Honors Thesis Bethany Howard Honors Thesis
Bethany Howard wins Senior of Significance Award Bethany Howard wins Senior of Significance Award
Natalie Miller wins Three Minute Presentation Natalie Miller wins Three Minute Presentation
3MP Participation Award 3MP Participation Award
Averie Hinchey selected one of top 20 freshmen Averie Hinchey selected one of top 20 freshmen
Amanda Good receives SPARC award Amanda Good receives SPARC award
Grandparent University Grandparent University
A&S Awards A&S Awards
Certified Healthy Department Certified Healthy Department

Welcome


Maureen SullivanWelcome to the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Oklahoma State University. Long recognized as an outstanding clinical program, in concert with the mission of the College of Arts and Sciences and the university at large, the department has more recently recruited research faculty to expand the research profile of the department. An enthusiastic and experienced group of clinical staff supervises our first-year graduate students in clinical internships encompassing the widest variety of adult and pediatric disorders on both the Stillwater and the Tulsa campuses. Our second-year graduate clinicians enjoy clinical externships around the country.

In association with our new research mission, the curriculum has been modified to prepare our students to engage in research at the undergraduate and the graduate levels. In association with newly forged interdisciplinary collaborations, the department has been regularly hosting undergraduate students from around the country as a part of the NSF REU program, The Biological Bases of Behavior. We have also been very active in our outreach and community engagement commitments. We offer a full complement of speech, language, and audiological services to the public through our Stillwater campus clinic. Audiological screening and a full complement of speech and language services are also offered at our Tulsa campus clinic.

Thank you for visiting our website. I hope you will spend some time to go over our website and get to know about all the exciting events happening at the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. 

Maureen A. Sullivan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Interim Department Head