The Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders
- Promotes high quality research on language disorders in children by providing a focused forum for scientific exchange.
- Fosters the connection between researchers and the important theoretical issues abound in the related disciplines.
- Invites presentations by notable theoreticians in linguistics, psycholinguistics, developmental psychology, neurobiology and genetics.
- Invites presentations by prominent researchers who have completed long term projects on specific populations or problems.
- Promotes doctoral and post doctoral student participation as well as participation at these levels by underrepresented minorities.
- SRCLD requires that participants be considerate and respectful, communicate professionally, and make efforts to be open and inclusive in discussion with presenters and fellow attendees.
- Attendees will refrain from recording or photographing presenters or their presentation materials.
- Posts, tweets, and messages must not be disparaging in nature. If you wouldn’t want to see it written about you, don’t write it at all.
NEWS and NOTES
Project INTERSECT recruiting PhD students for Fall 2024:
Project INTERSECT is an OSEP-OSERS PhD Leadership training grant that funds scholars at three institutions: Texas Christian University, San Diego State University and Vanderbilt University. Training will focus on preparing academic-researcher leaders who understand school-based problems, who can conduct school-based research, and who will train the next generation of school speech-language pathologists. Scholars complete the PhD requirements at their individual institution and engage in collaborative learning and research experiences with scholars across institutions.
For more information: Project INTERSECT (project-intersect.com)
AIMM Doctoral Training Program Recruiting PhD Students for Fall 2024: Join us as part of Advancing Inclusion: Multicultural Multilingual Research for Children with Disabilities (AIMM), an OSEP-funded doctoral training program. You’ll gain expertise in creating research for multicultural and multilingual children with disabilities. You’ll have access to specialized training across two top programs in Communication Sciences (University of Arizona and Arizona State University). You’ll have a community of peers with shared experiences and interests, and fully-funded doctoral training. Questions? https://slhs.arizona.edu/equity-inclusion/aimm
Online Registration will open in February, 2024
Onsite (in-person) payments will not be accepted. All registrations must be completed online by Tuesday, May 28, 2024
Early Bird Rates through Tuesday, April 30, 2024
Rates After Tuesday, April 30, 2024
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If you need a private space to breastfeed or pump, please see the greeter at the main entrance of the convention center. The facility does not offer a space to refrigerate and store breast milk. Please plan accordingly.
Please join us at the 44th annual SRCLD
May 30-June 1, 2024
The Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders will be held in person at the beautiful Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in Downtown Madison, Wisconsin.
Make a Donation
Support for student travel awards is made possible with donations to the Jon F. Miller Fund for SRCLD. Funds are used for student travel awards and to defray conference costs.
Supported in part by: NIDCD and NICHD, NIH, R13 DC001677, Margarita Kaushanskaya and Audra Sterling, Principal Investigators