February 20, 2017
Communication Sciences and Disorders (COMD) will host its third annual fundraiser on May 12, 2017 from 7pm – 10pm. This fundraiser, which will feature food, a live band, a silent auction, and lots of fun, will be held at the USC Alumni Center. Anyone who is anyone will want to be there to enjoy the festivities and support COMD. Proceeds will support the USC Speech and Hearing Research Center and COMD department as they continue to serve clients from the greater metropolitan Columbia area.
May 12, 2017; 7pm - 10pm
Tickets are $50 per person. Tickets provide you with heavy hors d’oeuvres from Southern Way, wine/beer/non-alcoholic
drinks, music from the band, Mama’s Home Cookin, and our exciting silent auction.
Dressy Casual Attire.
Tickets can be purchased by credit card online through Eventbrite.
Tickets can also be purchased by sending a check made out to the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders to:
USC Speech and Hearing Research Center
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
University of South Carolina
Keenan Building, Suite 300
Columbia, SC 29208
Please include your full name, the number of tickets you wish to purchase and a return address.
For over 47 years, the Center has provided quality diagnostic and treatment programs for individuals of all ages from the greater metropolitan area of Columbia, S.C. Because the Center is housed within the COMD department, it always benefits from being informed by the latest research in the field, with the researchers sharing office space and often seeing patients as well. Through excellence in teaching, service, and research, the Center aims to meet the needs of this diverse community with regard to the nature, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of communication disorders and disabilities.
The team works to give clients the highest quality and most effective evaluation and treatment in order to improve their social, educational and vocational participation. The Center serves individuals of all ages with problems such as articulation, stuttering, selective mutism, voice, language and literacy/reading, Parkinson’s, hearing, etc., logging 6,000 patient visits and approximately 225 patient outreach hours per year. The Center also houses one of only two Cochlear Implant/Auditory-Verbal Programs in the state and helps prepare the next generation of speech-language pathologists and communication science and disorders researchers.