Communication Sciences & Disorders

Graduate Student Assistantships

The Communication Sciences and Disorders program is looking for dynamic graduate students to support in our Master's Degree Program. The part-time Graduate Teaching Assistantship position provides full tuition, a modest stipend, and an excellent experience working closely with leaders in communication science therapy research, teaching and service. For more information please contact either the CSD T.A. Coordinator, Dr. John Heilmann,, voice: (414) 229-4265, or the Graduate Program Coordinator, Dr. Marylou Gelfer,, voice: (414) 229-6465.

Graduate Assistantship & Fellowship Application Documents