New U.S.-Brazil Program in Communication Disorders
Students on two continents are participating in a new, innovative program designed to promote research into communication disorders across languages and cultures. The three-year project, jointly funded by the U.S. Department of Education and the Brazilian Ministry of Education (Fundacao Coordenacao de Aperfeicoamento de Pessoal de Nivel Superior; CAPES), supports student exchange as well as cross-cultural and cross-linguistic curriculum development for students of speech-language pathology and audiology at four universities in the United States and Brazil. The universities include East Tennessee State University (lead U.S. university, Dr. Brenda Louw, Project Director), the University of Northern Iowa (Dr. Ken Bleile, Project Director), Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (lead Brazil university, Dr. Marcia Keske-Soares, Project Director,), and Universidade de São Paulo-Baurú (Dr. Inge Trindade, Project Director).
Williams, A. Lynn; Louw, Brenda; Scherer, Nancy J.; Bleile, Ken M.; and I., Keske-Soares. 2011. New U.S.-Brazil Program in Communication Disorders. The ASHA Leader. Vol.16 https://doi.org/10.1044/leader.WB.16142011.np ISSN: 1085-9586