Project-Yucatan-group-2016-450x305 A seed that grew into a forest

UF audiology program’s Project Yucatan celebrates 12,000 hearing screenings and hearing health care policy successes

ValentiHegland-600x450 Graduate Student Michelle Valenti Receives PHHP Research Day Award

Michelle Valenti, a graduate student in speech-language pathology, was selected as one of the top abstract presenters at PHHP’s Research Day. Her project, entitled “Oropharyngeal swallowing in Parkinson’s disease: A […]

Stride Flyer 2016 Stride Against Silence 5k

Stride Against Silence 5K is an annual run/walk at the UF Commuter Lot benefiting the Cochlear Implant Department at UF Health Speech and Hearing Center. This year’s Stride will be held on Saturday, March 12, 2016 at 8:30am.

Down the Hatch Podcast

Down the Hatch is an unscripted podcast focused on hot topics relevant to swallowing clinicians throughout the world. With lively banter, speech pathologists Ianessa Humbert, Ph.D.,CCC-SLP and Alicia Vose, M.A.,CCC-SLP

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Mission Statement

The Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at the University of Florida is dedicated to excellence in undergraduate and graduate education, clinical training and basic and applied research in speech language pathology and audiology. Our goal is to provide a mutually respectful environment to advance scholarship and the pursuit of knowledge, and to foster intellectual curiosity and integrity in all aspects of research and clinical education. Our focus is on educating future professionals in the areas of speech language pathology and audiology while building their leadership skills and setting a high standard of performance. The faculty and staff are dedicated to the promotion of our program and the dissemination of scholarly information locally, nationally and internationally.

Down the Hatch Podcast

Down the Hatch Podcast