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Marquette University NSSLHA

 

 

Marquette's NSSLHA members partake in various activities on and off Marquette’s campus. The chapter donates themed items, such as pumpkins and flower pots, to be used in the Marquette University Speech and Hearing Clinic for their clients each semester. Members of the chapter also participate in multiple volunteer opportunities with a local non-profit organization, the Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin, or DSAW. DSAW hosts holiday parties, charitable runs, and social events, and our NSSLHA members always have a strong volunteer presence at these events. Marquette's NSSLHA now volunteers with other non-profit organizations in the area, such as Penfield's Children Center. As a chapter, Marquette NSSLHA also holds social meetings for our members, which may include a Holiday Potluck, a guest speaker, a film screening, a trivia night, and many more fun activities.

 

We would like to thank the Marquette University Community and Speech Language Pathology and Audiology students for the ongoing support with fundraising. We strive to hold fundraisers at least 3 times each semester. In the past, we have organized dine-to-donate events at local restaurants, hosted bake sales, and held hearing screenings for monetary donations in order to fundraise money for the ASHFoundation and other non-profit organizations in Milwaukee. With our members' help, we have raised a great amount of funds to be donated to these organizations and scholarship funds.

       


 

University of Wisconsin - Madison

National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association

 

 

 

UW-NSSLHA exists to provide guidance and resources to students interested in the fields of speech/language pathology and audiology. Involvement in NSSLHA leads to a fuller appreciation of the professions of Speech-Language pathology and audiology and a greater awareness of the issues affecting these fields.

 

  • To encourage professional interest among college and university students in the study of normal and disordered human communication behavior.
  • To assist college and university departments and local organizations interested in speech, hearing, and language behavior and disorders.
  • To provide professional information.
  • To provide a vehicle for student representation in matters of professional concern.
  • To develop leadership skills for students. Many NSSLHA chapter presidents go on to assume leadership roles on the NSSLHA executive council and in ASHA or the state associations. 


University of Wisconsin - Whitewater NSSLHA

  

 

 

 


 

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