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CDS' Sohlberg talks concussion rehab on OPB's 'Think Out Loud'

McKay Sohlberg, director of the communication disorders and sciences program, was featured on the "Treating Concussions" episode of Oregon Public Broadcasting's Think Out Loud on February 24, 2016 with concussion sufferer Sylvia Titterington. Sohlberg also directs the HEDCO Cognitive Rehabilitation Clinic, which treats many people experiencing long-term cognitive problems following concussions.

Now hear this: Project AMP aims to increase access for students with hearing loss

One in five college students are not getting all the information they need from their classrooms. It’s not teaching that is lacking—it’s merely a lack of amplification barring them from hearing everything said by their instructors.

Stage actors are instructed early on to imagine that their voice must reach someone at the back of the theater. This helps them project when they’re facing downstage and reminds them to really belt it out when they’re not.

O Heroes turn out in support of ASL event

A contingent of Oregon students affiliated with the College of Education's American Sign Language (ASL) club and student-athletes with the school’s O Heroes program gathered at Pape´ Field on Tuesday, Sept. 23 to hangout and play sports with local kids in the Deaf and hard-of-hearing community. Students from the Oregon School for the Deaf and kids from the 4J school district came to the ASL event.

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