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WHAS Grants and Scholarships

$15,000 for Scholarship

We are thrilled to announce that, once again, the WHAS Crusade for Children is a very generous supporter of the EKU Communication Disorders program!

Word Detective Camp

Word Detective Camp

During the Summer 2017 semester, the Communication Disorders (CD) Program will be hosting a summer camp for 2nd - 4th grade students at EKU’s Perkins Conference Center.  The purpose of “Word Detective Camp” was to improve students’ speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills.

Social Skills for Success

Social Skills Camp

Under the direction of 

Meet Dr. Tamara Cranfill

Dr. Tammy Cranfill is Associate Professor in the Communication Disorders Program at Eastern Kentucky University. She received her doctorate from the University of Kentucky in Rehabilitation Sciences.

Meet Dr. Kellie Ellis

Kellie C. Ellis, Ph.D., CCC/SLP is an Associate Professor and the Communication Disorders Program Coordinator at Eastern Kentucky University. She teaches undergraduate and graduate coursework in language intervention and assessment, articulation and phonological disorders, and research methods.

Kentucky Speech-Language-Hearing Association 2017 Convention

KSHA Convention 2017

Eastern Kentucky University will be well represented at the 2017 Kentucky Speech Language Hearing Association Conference!  Dr. Kellie Ellis will be presenting on morphological awareness,  Dr. Joseph Constantine will be presenting on selective mutism, and  Dr. Tammy Cranfill will be presenting a boot camp for students.  We are looking forward to a great conference!  

Preschool Partnership

Graduate students in the Communication Disorders program at EKU are partnering with a local preschool to provide speech-language-hearing screenings and classroom based intervention services.  After completing the speech-language-hearing screenings, graduate students planned whole-group lessons targeting the specific deficits found on the screenings.

Aphasia Support Group

An Aphasia Support Group, led by Drs.

Meet Dr. Joseph Constantine

Dr. Constantine received his Ph.D. in Education, Childhood Language Arts and Reading with a Cognate in Mental Health Counseling and M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of South Florida (USF). He teaches coursework in fluency disorders, counseling, speech science, and research methods.

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