Sunday October 17th, 2021
Funded by NSF & ASSURE AFOSR Program SMA#2050922
The workshop will be held on Zoom and is open to all.
Pre-registration is required to attend. Please pre-register at this link before Oct 10.
Click here for a PDF version of the schedule. Times below are Eastern Times (US & Canada).
10.30am -12.30pm (1 hour 30mn + 30mn for questions)
General introduction, including benefits of graduate education, difference between professional and research masters and doctoral programs, preparing a successful application and an interview, seeking funding; foreign students coming to US; US students going abroad.
NSF REU ILLC PIs/ Dr. Isabelle Barrière, Molloy College & CUNY Graduate Center and Dr. Jonathan Nissenbaum, Brooklyn College and CUNY Graduate Center
Each presentation below on graduate programs in specific disciplines will include information on admission criteria, how to select a program that matches individual student interests and educational journey, funding and career opportunities.
1pm- 1.30pm (20mn + 10mn for questions)
Masters in Speech Language Pathology
Associate Dean Susan Alimonti, Molloy College
1.35pm-2.05pm (20mn + 10mn for questions)
Doctoral Program in Communication Sciences & Disorders
Prof. Hia Datta, Molloy College
210pm-2.40pm (20mn + 10mn for questions)
Masters and Doctoral Programs in Audiology
Dean Radhika Aravamudhan, Salus University
2.45pm-3.30pm (30mn + 15mn for questions)
Masters and Doctoral Programs in Linguistics and Computational Linguistics
Prof. Jeff Good, SUNY Buffalo
3.35-4.20PM (30mn + 15mn for questions)
Masters and Doctoral Programs in Psychology (including different aspects of Psychology, e.g. Experimental Psychology, Cognition, Neuropsychology)
Ariel Goldberg, Tufts University