Leadership Dev.

My Year as Senior Executive Office Assistant

This year, I had the privilege of working behind the scenes in CMU's Leadership Institute through my role as an Office Assistant (sadly not the senior executive as the title says... That is just a joke). I was able to collaborate with programs, communicate the LI's mission and events to countless students, and work with… Continue reading My Year as Senior Executive Office Assistant

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Speech Pathology

SLP to Be: Clinical Observations

This semester, I took CSD 494: Mentor Practicum for the Communication Sciences and Disorders major. This class is a 2 hour weekly lecture, along with 25 hours of clinical observation throughout the semester. Each clinical mentee was assigned to a mentor -- either an undergraduate CSD 495 student, or a CMU graduate student. From there,… Continue reading SLP to Be: Clinical Observations

Speech Pathology · Volunteer Work

Service Learning at the Laurels

For my Communication Sciences and Disorders major, my cohort members and I were required to take CSD 417SL, Adult Communication Disorders: Service Learning. Through this class, we learned all about the etiologies, symptoms, and treatments for those who have communication disorders. Along with our curriculum, we went to the Laurel's Sensory Group to supplement our… Continue reading Service Learning at the Laurels

Leadership Dev.

There’s No Place Like Home(coming)

LAS students are required to participate in the Leadership Institute's LEAD teams as part of our protocol. These teams help coordinate certain LI events going on throughout the year. Previously, I have been on the Diversity/Inclusion/Service team as well as the Relay for Life team. This year, I decided to apply for a chair position on… Continue reading There’s No Place Like Home(coming)

Leadership Training

Bill Nye the Safari Guide

The end of summer vacation regularly brings with it feelings of nostalgia; the year is halfway through, time to soak in the sun is dwindling, and a whole lot of responsibilities are just over the horizon. But there is something that always gets me through all the summertime sadness... And that something is CMU's own… Continue reading Bill Nye the Safari Guide