CD Distance Learning Graduate Student Shares Hurricane Sandy Experience
|Date: Friday, March 15th, 2013||Return to Archive|
Marcella Fernandez, a graduate student in the Communication Disorders Cohort 8-Distance Learning program recently wrote an email to President Ransdell & Dr. John Bonaguro expressing her gratitude for the Communication Disorders faculty that so willingly worked with her during Hurricane Sandy. “My professors, Dr. Lauren Bland and Janice Smith, MA, CCC-SLP offered their full support and worked with us students that had storm Sandy related issues.” said Fernandez in the email. “I am proud to be a student at WKU and to have such wonderful professors.”
Fernandez provided us with a letter and pictures detailing some of the things she witnessed and had to endure during Hurricane Sandy. Please click here to read her story and see pictures.
Dr. Lauren Bland
Janice Smith, CCC/SLP
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