The Speech and Hearing Club at Northeastern University is the department’s student government association created to facilitate practical, fun, and functional activities for the students in the program outside of the clinic and classroom settings. Students run the Club under the supervision of a faculty advisor. The Club’s student representative attends department meetings and acts as a liaison between students and faculty.
The Speech and Hearing Club provides a great opportunity to reach beyond the classroom to enrich your undergraduate experiences at Northeastern University. In the past, the Speech and Hearing Club has been responsible for planning guest speakers, comprehensive exam review sessions, CPR courses, and various social events around Boston, as well as an end of the year celebration.
The Northeastern University’s Speech and Hearing Club is a subdivision of ASHA’s National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association (NSSLHA). This organization is for both undergraduate and graduate students. With membership totaling around 11,000 students, NSSLHA extends itself across more than 301 colleges and universities. NSSLHA serves as a gateway to guide you through your education and towards your career goals. To learn more about NSSLHA see below.
The Speech and Hearing Club welcomes you to Northeastern University!
On September 15, 2005, New England Cable Network came to our clinic to interview our very own Liz Giuffre (shown in the pictures) and Professor Florentine (taking the picture) about loud music listening.