Motivation, humor, and ideas that every speech-language pathologist who works with children will love!
Happy 2018 to you and ours! January is finally here and that means it’s time for another podcast episode of SLP Trivia Fun. Episode number 3 can be listened to right HERE and it features Bri Jennissen, my good buddy, from Minnesota. She’s a terrific SLP who works in a private practice with kiddos and, let me tell you, she’s one heck of a clinician. I’ve worked together with her over the past two summers at Camp Shout Out and it was an honor to have her on SLP Trivia Fun.
Graduate school stuff.
The theme for episode number 3 was grad school. Thanks to a few Google searches, I was able to cook up some solid questions that related to all things SLP grad school. Some examples from the episode are:
According to the most recent U.S. News and World Report Best Grad Schools Rankings from 2016, Vanderbilt University is tied with one other school as the number 1 graduate school in speech-language pathology. Which school is tied with Vanderbilt University?
Hmm . . . good question, huh? If you want to know the answer, you better listen to episode number 3, babe.
According to asha.org/edfind, as of December 2017 there’s only one state in America that does not have a master’s degree level program in speech-language pathology. What state is it?
Hmm . . . another good question. Does Bri get this one correct?!
According to asha.org/edfind, there are a number of universities where you can study to get your Ph.D. in speech-language pathology. How many universities offer a Ph.D. in speech-language pathology?
Wow! Another good question?! And two think there’s another 2 questions in the mix?! Life sure is good!
In closing . . .
I highly recommend this episode if you’re an SLP who loves the states of Minnesota, Iowa, Tennessee, ummm . . . lakes, Harry Potter, corny jokes about fruit, and Seventeen Magazine. Because, just in case you couldn’t guess, all of that random stuff is mentioned in this latest episode. Thanks for listening! Love ya!