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Faculty in the News

Wendy Papir-Bernstein, Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences, has been awarded 2022 Honors of the Association by the New York Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NYSSLHA). Professor Papir-Bernstein received her undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate degrees from the City University of New York and New York University. Her career spans over 50 years, with 38 years teaching at Lehman College. She has assumed many roles in our field: that of practitioner, supervisor, staff developer, administrator, professor, researcher, writer, and a volunteer leader. Her recent textbook, The Practitioner’s Path in Speech-Language Pathology, combines the art with the science of practicing in our profession. She is a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and has served on a variety of boards and councils for our state and national associations, most recently, as President of NYSSLHA. Professor Papir-Bernstein's local, state, and national contributions to our field have shaped practices for speech supervisor, practitioners, per-service college and graduate students, and thousands of school-aged students with serve and profound disabilities.

Amy Bergen, NYSSLHA President (left) with Wendy Papir Bernstein.

Link to acceptance speech: https://youtu.be/nxJwz5dEmXE

 

Pediatric Feeding Webinar

Lynn Rosenberg presents a 2-hour seminar on pediatric feeding.

 

Faculty Presentation

Keren Ohayon, a clinical educator at Lehman College, shares a process-based, mindful approach to reflective clinical practice to students in externship, March 7th, 2022 in her presentation The Reflective Clinician.

 

DEI Event

The Diversity Equity and Inclusion Committee hosts a panel discussion of community speech-language pathologists and audiologists on February 28th, 2022  on “How do we meet the needs of communities of color”.

 

Faculty Service

Karen Kushla was named to the ASHA SIG 19 Speech Science Coordinating Committee as a member-at-large, effective immediately through December 31, 2024.

 

Lehman College Alumni in the News

Martha Johnson, a graduate program alumna, is featured in a commercial for NYC Department of Health for vaccinations.

 

Parkinson's Clinic

The Lehman College Speech and Hearing Center has established a Parkinson's Clinic. This specialty clinic offers speech and swallowing therapy for patients with Parkinson's and Parkinson's-related diseases. With the assistance of a grant from the Parkinson Voice Project of Richardson, Texas, student clinicians and Clinical Educators have been trained in the SPEAK OUT!® and LOUD Crowd® therapy program to deliver effective therapy for our Bronx and surrounding community patients. All evaluations and therapy are offered free of charge.
For more information, contact Leslie Grubler, Director of Clinical Education, at 718.960.6084 or Leslie.Grubler@lehman.cuny.edu.

New Externship Study Abroad Program

Photo of Speech Language Hearing Sciences graduate students studying in Brazil Summer 2018 Summer 2018 was the inaugural study-abroad experience for three of our graduate students. The Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences Department through Lehman College has an affiliation with the Universidade de Sao Paulo and the Hospital das Clinicas in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The program in Sao Paulo provided housing for the students and they were given the opportunity to see many interesting cases of facial palsy, cleft, head and neck cancer, dysphagia across the lifespan (bedside and clinic), and facial and dental abnormalities. The opportunity to collaborate and work with the speech and language pathology students at the university was invaluable.

Letters and Literacy: Story Time for 'Lil Ones Program
Undergraduate and graduate student volunteers supported groups of children 0-5years of age in Story Time activities during six weeks this summer at the Speech and Hearing Center. During the program, designed to foster emergent literacy skills, student clinicians assessed children’s familiarity with reading and books, counseled parents, and used best practices in emergent literacy to engage children and their parents in story time activities. The program offers a model for caregivers and parents in the Bronx community to foster a love of reading in their children.

Photo SLHS Letters and Literacy  Story Time Program Photo SLHS Letters and Literacy  Story Time Program

Letters and Literacy Volunteers

Photo of SLHS Literacy and Letters Volunteers