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Spotlight Student: Talia Avalos

Talia Avalos

Talia Avalos

Editor’s Note: Spotlight Students are nominated by staff and faculty at WSU Spokane and are recognized during commencement for their dedication, commitment, sacrifice and/or ability to overcome great odds to succeed as a student. They are selected by a committee ahead of commencement. WSU Spokane will feature each Spotlight Student each day through May 13.

Talia Avalos is a first-generation college student and didn’t let the opportunity go to waste.

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Being thankful at WSU Spokane

WSU Spokane Students

WSU Spokane Students

Shameless cliché alert!

It’s the time of year where everybody makes a list of what they’re thankful for, and we’re not afraid to do the same (we will also post a “Year in Review” blog next month. You’ve been warned).

Time has an article on why being thankful is good for your health*. So being a health sciences campus, we figured we’d walk the talk and share what we are thankful for.

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New episodes of the Health Sciences Update are online

WSU Spokane

WSU Spokane

Our Health Sciences Update programs air locally on Comcast channel 17 and feature a wide array of health sciences representatives from our campus and elsewhere.

These three recent episodes will soon start airing on channel 17:

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Competition Set Aside for Good of Communication Disorder Students

Speech and Hearing Sciences Students

Students from the WSU and EWU speech and hearing sciences and communication disorders programs share an American Sign Language class.

(Ed. Note: The latest edition of the WSU Spokane Magazine is available as a PDF here. It is also distributed statewide to WSU alumni and friends. We will share a story each day from the latest issue on the blog. Enjoy!)

By Doug Nadvornick

On Spokane’s health sciences campus, where most of the departments complement each other, the University Programs in Communication Disorders (UPCD) is a unique case.

The UPCD partners—WSU’s Speech and Hearing Sciences (SHS) and EWU’s Communication Disorders programs— compete for undergraduate and graduate students who want to train to become speech-language pathologists and audiologists. But once the students are enrolled, they’re embraced by both institutions.

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