College of Health Sciences and Professions
Grover Center W290
Gary S. Chleboun, Director
Sally A. Marinellie, Associate Director, Division Communication Sciences and Disorders
Teresa Tyson-Drummer, Administrative Coordinator, Communication Sciences and Disorders
Betty J. Sindelar, Associate Director, Division of Physical Therapy
Janis Carnahan, Administrative Associate, Physical Therapy
The School of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences (RCS) is composed of the Division of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) and the Division of Physical Therapy (PT). Graduate programs are offered in PT and CSD and more information can be found in the graduate catalog. The School offers both an undergraduate major and minor in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD). The School is dedicated to excellence in research and education of undergraduate and graduate students who will be successful for future academic study and employment.
The School’s faculty and staff are committed to personalized mentoring of students at all levels, and to integrating academic learning with pre-clinical and clinical education through course work, clinical experiences, research opportunities, and extracurricular activities.
Numerous RCS alumni have achieved highly visible leadership positions as researchers, professors, authors, clinic directors, and administrators. RCS faculty members are known internationally for their research and clinical expertise. The School has a solid commitment to international collaboration and ample external clinical research sites in the US and in several other countries.