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  Welcome to the RU Chapter of NSSLHA & Operation Smile

our mission

The mission of the Radford University Chapter of the National Speech-Language-Hearing Association is to promote interest in communication disorders among students, faculty, and the local community. Members of the chapter meet monthly and engage in a range of activities, including fundraising and volunteering with individuals with communication disorders.

Undergraduate and graduate students interested in the study of communication disorders are encouraged to join the organization. Dues are $15 per academic year.

executive council

2010-2011

President
Andrea Bradford
Vice President
Breanne Boyle
Secretary
Brittany DeLong
Treasurer
Emily Crewe
Operation Smile Coordinator
Katie Baker
Assistant Operation Smile Coordinator
Jill Himmel
1st Year Graduate Student Representative
Brandy Tate
2nd Year Graduate Student Representative
Katie Sandy
Faculty Advisor
Diane Millar

news&events 
  Announcements
If you are interested in learning more about what's going on with NSSLHA this semester, please click here for the NSSLHA calendar of events.

The annual NSSLHA Potato Bake will be held on Monday, February 27.  Come and enjoy delicious baked potatoes! All proceeds go to the National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association.  Click here for more information and a copy of the registration form.

 Minutes from Meetings

  Minutes 10-4-2011
  Minutes 10-14-2011
  Minutes 11-1-2011
  Minutes 2-7-2012

  Join RU NSSLHA 

Membership dues in the RU chapter of the NSSLHA are only $15 per academic year.  For membership information contact Dr. Diane Millar , dcmillar@radford.edu , (540) 831-7635, Waldron Hall Rm. 113.

NSSLHA Student Photo Gallery


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