Fifteen speech-language pathology graduate students at Fort Hays State University participated in a recent two-day field trip to Topeka. The trip was part of a languages disorders course that focuses on school-age children, taught by Dr. Dorothy Fulton.
The advanced FHSU students visited several Topeka elementary schools to observe speech-language pathologists (SLPs) in the classroom. They also had opportunities to visit informally with SLPs about current practices for improving children?s language skills.
Students who attended are listed by hometown.
Atchison: Sabrina Locke.
Brownville, NE: Katie Gentert.
Dodge City: Shanna Harper.
Ellis: Kim Williams.
Gorham: Jacque Windholz.
Hays: Anne Bemis; Andrea Dreher.
Hutchinson: Alison Gibson, 4012 E. Illinois.
Lebanon: Jennifer Merritt.
Lyons: Elizabeth Cline.
Nagpur, Mahar, India: Snehal Shrivastava.
Ness City: Beth Kerr.
Rye, CO: Catherine Hopman.
Smith Center: Shawn Cornwell.
Victoria: Andra Rome.