Bowling Green, KY – Communication Sciences and Disorders Senior, Emma Feige, has been selected for the Simucase Ambassador Program. Simucase is an online program which allows aspiring and current speech-language pathologists to practice assessment and treatment with virtual patients.
Through this program, Feige educates and encourages students to sign up for Simucase to practice what they have learned on virtual patients. She attends focus groups and is the first to trial new clients to ensure there are not any technical difficulties.
In addition to her major in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Feige also has a minor in American Sign Language. She is involved with many different clubs and organizations at WKU including Chi Omega, American Sign Language Organization, Best Buddies, and Inclusive Ministries. She is also an ambassador for the College of Health and Human Services.
Learn more about WKU Communication Sciences and Disorders program by visiting their website: http://www.wku.edu/communicationdisorders/
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