Student Association of Speech and Hearing (SASH)

SASH, an organization led by undergraduates, exists to unite students who intend on entering the workforce as SLPs and AUDs.

SASH.

SASH at Parkinson's Moving Day

The club strives to make Speech & Hearing Science majors active learners and to ignite a genuine passion for the specialized field. Our members participate in a variety of relevant activities throughout Western New York. We attend educational seminars, contribute to activities in nursing homes and hospitals, and volunteer at charity walks. SASH members attend on-campus meetings meant to enhance social and learning experiences, whether it be to prepare for the graduate school application process or to celebrate our field during Better Hearing & Speech Month. We hope to help eager students feel supported in the company of like-minded peers.

The SASH officers would love to hear from you. They can be contacted at their personal email accounts listed below. Questions, suggestions, and requests to join SASH are always welcome!

SASH Officers for the 2021-2022 Academic Year:

Recent Events

Research in CSD: 101 by Dr. Nichol Castro

Dr. Castro discusssed why and how to get involved in research as an undergraduate student. Topics covered include:

  • an overview of research in the field of CSD
  • an overview of research in our CDS Department, with a specific overview of Dr. Castro's Adult Language Network Lab
  • what skills and tasks you gain from a research experience
  • research as a career option and as a clinician
  • how to get involved with additional resources
SASH Guest Speaker Series.

You can watch a recording of the talk here.