As schools become better at detecting signs of communication disorders in young children, the demand for speech-language pathologists (SLPs) continues rising nationwide. According to the U.S. Office of Special Education Programs, speech or language disabilities affect 65% of special education students age 3-22 years old.
Feeling unhappy and cranky? The treatment: take a walk under some trees in the park.
That may not be the exact prescription of your doctor, but a first-of-its-kind study shows that visitors to urban parks use happier words and express less negativity on Twitter than they did before their visit—and that their elevated mood lasts, like a glow, for up to four hours afterwards.
There’s really no off-season for Catamounts. The academic ecosystem of CNHS hums year-round and it's easy to find students practicing clinical skills, checking on the progress of their experiments or volunteering with community organizations.
Here's a glimpse at what happened in CNHS this summer:
- Featured Student: Collin Cappelle
- 2019 University Scholars
- 2018 – 2019 Graduate Teaching Assistants of the Year
- Education for Cultural and Linguistic Diversity
- Meet UVM’s Fulbrightest
- 2018-2019 Dr. Roberto Fabri Fialho Research Award
- Physical Activity and Wellness: New Graduate Program Addresses 21st Century Population Health Concerns
- Chemistry Grad Student Helps Blaze Trails for Women in Science
- Graduate Student Appreciation Week
- Giangreco Receives National Recognition for Special Education Research