NEWS BRIEF: Speech language pathology student awarded with Member Honors


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Rachel Looker, Editor-in-Chief

Taylor Patullo, a speech-language pathology student, received Member Honors from the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA).

NSSLHA is a national organization for students studying “normal and disordered communication,” and is the only national student association recognized by the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA).

Local NSSLHA chapters can nominate one audiology and one speech-language pathology student to receive Member Honors, which are awarded based on scholastic achievement, service to both the academic unit and NSSLHA and professional conduct, according to the website

Patullo received a certificate, honors cord and registration to the ASHA annual conference. She attended the NSSLHA Awards Ceremony in Philadelphia in November.

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