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    Abstract
    In honor of the 50th anniversaryof the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, graduate student Stephanie de Silva, with the help of undergraduate students Mary Aragona and Taylor Baber, conducted interviews of USF CSD alumni and previous faculty who shared heartwarming stories of their experiences in USF CSD over the decades and the programs that helped shape their successful careers. (Summary)
    Publication Date
    2017
    Genre
    Oral history.
    Online audio.
    interview (marcgt)
    Oral history
    Online audio
    Resource Identifier
    036284621 (ALEPH)
    1046450170 (OCLC)
    OHP-CSD50TH (USFLDC AGGCODE)
    036284621
    Language
    English
    Creator
    University of South Florida Libraries -- Florida Studies Center. -- Oral History Program
    University of South Florida -- Tampa Library
    Note
    Mode of access: World Wide Web. (System Details)
    Streaming audio. (System Details)
    Physical Description
    sound files : digital, MPEG4 files + ;
    Publisher
    University of South Florida Tampa Library
    Place of Publication
    Tampa, Fla
    Type
    Audio
    Title
    The USF Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders 50th anniversary oral history program
    Format
    Audio
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The USF Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders 50th Anniversary Oral History Program

In 1967, The University of South Florida added a five year degree known as Communicology. The communicology program was initially housed in a run-down two-story apartment building on Fletcher Avenue endearingly known as “Mildew Manor” and consisted of roughly thirty students interested in speech pathology or audiology. Over the last 50 years, the Department of Communicology has experienced immense changes and growth, becoming what we know today as the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD). CSD is currently housed in a state-of-the art four-story building on campus, offers undergraduate education in language, speech, and hearing science, sign-language interpreting, and Deaf studies, offers graduate education in audiology, communication sciences and disorders, and speech-language pathology, and boasts nationally esteemed faculty. In honor of CSD’s 50th anniversary, graduate student Stephanie de Silva, with the help of undergraduate students Mary Aragona and Taylor Baber, conducted interviews of USF CSD alumni and previous faculty who shared heartwarming stories of their experiences in USF CSD over the decades and the programs that helped shape their successful careers.

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