1st Place 2018: Longwood University  Results of Voice Disorder Prevention Training For Physical Education Majors    Taylor, Chabinec, Seremetis, Horton

1st Place 2018: Longwood University
Results of Voice Disorder Prevention Training For Physical Education Majors

Taylor, Chabinec, Seremetis, Horton

Student Poster Session Awards

CDF sponsors the SHAV student poster  session during the SHAV Conference each year.  All graduate students in Communication Sciences and Disorders are encouraged to submit a poster at the SHAV conference. All posters will be judged by an independent review committee and awards will be announced at the conference.

First Place —$500
Second Place — $300
Third Place — $100

Graduate Student Attendance prizes: 2 $50 gift cards are randomly chosen from CSD graduate students who attend the poster session.

2018 Poster Session Results

 The CDF celebrated a banner turn-out for the 2018 SHAV student poster session. Our highest number of posters to date had been 15; this year’s 23 proposals (with one no-show because of illness) were well represented by 43 students from all six Virginia universities. The presenters offered an impressive showing of their research insights. Their sense of ownership in answering difficult questions made a scoring difference for many, including these three winners: 

First Place:
Results of Voice Disorder Prevention Training for Physical Education Majors: Jalyn Taylor, Seraphina Chabinec, Peter Seremetis, Leah Horton, Longwood University

Second place:
Augmented Reality for At-Home Speech Intervention: Emily Vayo and Carrie Doyle, James Madison University

Third place:
Say WHAT?! Self-Regulated Strategy Development, Writing, and Language Impairment: Karen Barako and Maggie Frye, Radford University