Communication Sciences & Disorders

Explore the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders

 The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD)  strives to educate students in the science and art of CSD with current, relevant knowledge and to foster inter-professional approaches to learning in the broad context of Health and Human Services. 

  • Meet an ACE Mentor
    Name: Jade Doherty Hometown: Cape Cod, Massachusetts Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders Graduation Year: 2021 Why be an ACE mentor? What attracted you towards the position? What attracted me to this position is that as an ACE mentor, I would be able to help fellow wildcats in the same...
    Meet an ACE Mentor
    Name: Jade Doherty Hometown: Cape Cod, Massachusetts Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders Graduation Year: 2021 Why be an ACE mentor? What attracted you towards the position? What attracted me to this position is that as an ACE mentor, I would be able to help fellow wildcats in the same...
  • Kelsey was born and raised in Saskatchewan, Canada and moved to the United States to pursue her goal of becoming a speech-language pathologist. She completed her undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders at Minot State University in Minot, North Dakota before beginning the graduate program at...
    Kelsey was born and raised in Saskatchewan, Canada and moved to the United States to pursue her goal of becoming a speech-language pathologist. She completed her undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders at Minot State University in Minot, North Dakota before beginning the graduate program at...
  • Emily Shultz started her journey at UNH as a performance major. She has been playing the French horn for a large part of her life and wanted to continue music into college. Suddenly she became fascinated with the world of communication surrounding music; an interest in audiology began to consume...
    Emily Shultz started her journey at UNH as a performance major. She has been playing the French horn for a large part of her life and wanted to continue music into college. Suddenly she became fascinated with the world of communication surrounding music; an interest in audiology began to consume...
  • Sara Willis is a senior Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) major at UNH. Willis decided to become a CSD major because she knew that she wanted to work with people in the health field. “I knew I wanted to help people and be in the health field but I wasn’t really interested in nursing. My...
    Sara Willis is a senior Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) major at UNH. Willis decided to become a CSD major because she knew that she wanted to work with people in the health field. “I knew I wanted to help people and be in the health field but I wasn’t really interested in nursing. My...

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