WHO WE ARE:
We are the National Student Speech, Language, and Hearing Association (NSSLHA) chapter at Baylor University.
The purpose of the Chapter shall be to aid the students of Baylor University by providing support: To encourage professional interest among college and university students in the study of human communication sciences and disorders, to provide continuity to the dissemination of professional information, and to provide a vehicle for student representation in matters of professional concern.
WHAT WE DO:
As members of Baylor University's NSSLHA, students have the opportunity to network with other students who have similar interests, meet professionals working in the field, and participate in a variety of activities. Baylor University NSSLHA chapter members are involved in various educational seminars, community service, and fundraising activities. We support and volunteer at local schools, hospitals and retirement homes.
WHEN WE MEET:
We will be holding general meetings once every month (tentatively the first Thursday of every month)and they are open to any Baylor student interested in communicative sciences and disorders (CSD). See the Events tab for dates, times and locations.
>HOW TO JOIN:
Just attend the meetings! You are encouraged to attend as many of the meetings and events as possible. To become an active member of NSSLHA you will have to:
- pay membership dues
- attend 2 of the 3 meetings per semester
- attend 1 social event per semester
- attend 1 other service event per semester
- attend 1 advocacy event per semester
- participate in Fall Carnival
- attend Fall Conference
If you are unable to fulfill all of these requirements you are still welcome to attend meetings and events.
Michaela Branch, President
Carissa Van Steenwyk, Vice-President
Hope Caviness, Secretary
Elise Banderob, Treasurer
Morgan Menold, Social Chair
Amanda Werner, Service Co-Chair
Savanna Espinoza, Service Co-Chair
Zoe Recks, Public Relations Chair/ Historian
For more information contact:
Dr. Carrie Drew, AuD., CCC-A
Communication Sciences & Disorders
Phone: (254) 710-2568
Fax: (254) 710-2590