Please take short Faculty Senate survey on UW class scheduling

SPHSC Stu­dents -

The fac­ulty sen­ate is gath­er­ing infor­ma­tion about learn­ing spaces on the Seat­tle UW cam­pus and they need your input!

They would like to make more effi­cient use of our cur­rent class­rooms and bring more con­sis­tency to the class sched­ul­ing process. They are meet­ing this Thurs­day and want your input on 3 short yes/no ques­tions. (Any changes would go into effect in Autumn of 2016).

Please share your opin­ions by answer­ing the fol­low­ing THREE quick ques­tions by Wednes­day 1/28 at 11 pm. Fol­low the link below to take the Cat­a­lyst survey.

https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/jleon626/259072

GO-MAP Undergrad/Grad Diversity Mixer — 2/3 4:30–6:00 pm

GO-MAP invites you to join us on Tues­day, Feb­ru­ary 3rd for the annual GO-MAP Undergrad-Grad Diver­sity Mixer. GO-MAP presents this oppor­tu­nity for under­grad­u­ate stu­dents of color to gain infor­ma­tion about grad­u­ate school from cur­rent UW grad­u­ate stu­dents, fac­ulty and staff across disciplines.

Next Week!
HUB North Ballroom
3:00–4:30PM: Under­grad­u­ate Infor­ma­tion Session
What is Grad­u­ate School? Should I Attend?
The Appli­ca­tion & Admis­sion Process
How to Fund Grad­u­ate School
Life as a Grad­u­ate Student
4:45–6:00PM Undergrad-Grad Mixer
Food, Net­work­ing & Fun!

The first 90 min­utes of the pro­gram is geared toward under­grad­u­ate stu­dents gain­ing valu­able insights and per­spec­tives of cur­rent grad­u­ate stu­dents regard­ing the stages of the grad­u­ate school expe­ri­ence. Dur­ing this sec­tion under­grad­u­ate stu­dents choose which stage(s) of the grad­u­ate school process they are most inter­ested in, and will gain infor­ma­tion and tips to effec­tively man­age that process. The sec­ond half of the event will include a deli­cious buf­fet, raf­fle prizes and grant the oppor­tu­nity for both UW fac­ulty, staff, grad­u­ate and under­grad­u­ate stu­dents to min­gle in an infor­mal setting.

Best regards,
GO-MAP Staff

Scholars Studio Call for Proposals — Due 2/6/15

Schol­ars’ Stu­dio — Call for Proposals

Win­ter Quar­ter Theme: Play

Need ideas? Think: inter­ac­tion, per­for­mance, cre­ativ­ity, impro­vi­sa­tion, coop­er­a­tion, games, problem-solving.

Grad Stu­dents, Pro­fes­sional Stu­dents, & Post­docs: Does the word “play” speak to your research inter­ests?  Are you look­ing for oppor­tu­ni­ties to present your research? Prepar­ing for a con­fer­ence or schol­arly pre­sen­ta­tion and look­ing for feed­back on your pre­sen­ta­tion style? Inter­ested in meet­ing grad­u­ate stu­dents out­side your discipline?

Sub­mit a pro­posal for a 5-minute light­ning style talk and join us at the 2014–2015 Schol­ars’ Stu­dio series. Schol­ars’ Stu­dio is a fun, infor­mal event that fea­tures 10 rapid-fire ignite-style pre­sen­ta­tions (5 min­utes each) given by grad­u­ate stu­dents and post­docs doing research on top­ics related to an inter­dis­ci­pli­nary theme.

Hosted by the UW Libraries Research Com­mons and Core Pro­grams in the Grad­u­ate School, Schol­ars’ Stu­dio gives stu­dents and post­docs the oppor­tu­nity to share their research across dis­ci­plines, make con­nec­tions, and build pre­sen­ta­tion skills.

Pro­pos­als Due: Fri­day, Feb­ru­ary 6th, 2015

Event Date: Thurs­day, March 5th, 2015

Sub­mit a pro­posal at http://commons.lib.washington.edu/scholarsstudio/submit-a-proposal

Infor­ma­tion on the Schol­ars’ Stu­dio event series at http://commons.lib.washington.edu/scholarsstudio

Jaye Sablan
Core Pro­grams Coor­di­na­tor
UW Grad­u­ate School
(206) 543‑1703

SLP Opening at CHILD

Children’s Insti­tute for Learn­ing Differences

Pedi­atric Speech/Language Pathol­o­gist:   SLP/CCC
Are you look­ing to
make a Dif­fer­ence for chil­dren and fam­i­lies?

CHILD /Developmental Ther­apy Ser­vices has a part time open­ing for an SLP with CCC in a unique school and clinic set­ting.   Put your excel­lent clin­i­cal, com­mu­ni­ca­tion and rela­tion­ship skills to work in a set­ting with strong team approach where chil­dren progress! Join our mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary team of edu­ca­tors, ther­a­pists and par­ents in the crit­i­cal role as lan­guage ther­a­pist. Chil­dren present with a vari­ety of diag­no­sis includ­ing learn­ing dis­abil­ity, devel­op­men­tal delays, and neu­ro­log­i­cal disorder.

This posi­tion requires cur­rent WA SLP license and CCC through ASHA. Respon­si­bil­i­ties include speech /language and com­mu­ni­ca­tion eval­u­a­tion, cre­ate IEP/therapy plan, carry out treat­ment plans, and pro­vide consult/support with edu­ca­tion staff and fam­i­lies. Expe­ri­ence and desire to work with wide range of pedi­atric speech/language dis­or­ders is a must!
Inter­ested can­di­dates should respond with a let­ter of inter­est, resume and writ­ing sam­ple (IEP /ISP/or Tx plan) to Diane Hut­ton at:

Diane@ChildNow.org

2460 Ben­son Road South
Ren­ton, WA 98055
Fax: 206–232-9377
Phone: 1–866-492‑4902

www.ChildNow.org

SPHSC Volunteer Opportunity

Check out the fol­low­ing oppor­tu­nity offered by Dr. Bay­lor and Dr. Burns!

We are cur­rently run­ning a research pro­gram train­ing med­ical stu­dents how to com­mu­ni­cate effec­tively with future patients with com­mu­ni­ca­tion dis­or­ders. Over the com­ing weeks we will be meet­ing with med­ical stu­dents for eval­u­a­tion ses­sions as part of this research. Dur­ing these ses­sions, the med­ical stu­dents will com­plete some ques­tion­naires about com­mu­ni­ca­tion dis­or­ders. They will then com­plete two sim­u­lated med­ical inter­views with stan­dard­ized patients who are por­tray­ing dif­fer­ent com­mu­ni­ca­tion disorders.

We antic­i­pate need­ing some vol­un­teers to help us run these ses­sions. We are look­ing for SPHSC stu­dent vol­un­teers who would be avail­able and inter­ested to help run those test­ing ses­sions. Here are what the duties might entail:

  1. Set­ting up rooms, set­ting up record­ing equip­ment, etc.
  2. Check­ing med­ical stu­dents in and out of the ses­sions and help­ing man­age sched­ule / flow of stu­dents in the sessions
  3. Oper­at­ing video recorder to record the SP inter­views and tim­ing the interviews
  4. Orga­niz­ing paper­work / record-keeping asso­ci­ated with the session
  5. Help­ing with what­ever I for­got to get ready….

We are ten­ta­tively run­ning ses­sions on six dates this quarter:

Mon­day 1/26 (this one is cer­tain – we are booked)

Tues­day 1/27

Mon­day 2/2

Mon­day 2/23

Tues­day 2/24

Wednes­day 2/25

The ses­sions run from about 7:45 AM (for set-up) to noon-ish. You do not need to work every one of these ses­sions – even if you can help out with one or two that would be great (if you can do more, even bet­ter). You do not need to stay all morn­ing (although we would love it if you could); but we do ask if you sign up that you would be able to do a 2-hour length of time with us (hav­ing new stu­dents in and out every hour will be too crazy). If you could do 7:45 – 9:30 or 9:30 – 11:30 (roughly) that would be ok. The ses­sions will be in Health Sciences.

If you are inter­ested please email me at cbaylor@uw.edu (cc Mike Burns at mburns@uw.edu) for sched­ul­ing and let me know which session(s) you would like to do. We will send out more detailed ori­en­ta­tion infor­ma­tion to the stu­dents to sign up to help.

SLP Position with Child Strive

Posi­tion: Speech Lan­guage Pathol­o­gist (CCC or CF)
Sched­ule: Full Time
Start­ing pay: $47,708.80-$59,654.40 DOE

We are cur­rently seek­ing an enthu­si­as­tic pro­fes­sional to join our team as a Speech and Lan­guage Pathologist.

Posi­tion Sum­mary
Respon­si­ble for pro­vid­ing indi­vid­ual ther­apy and con­sul­ta­tion ser­vices to young chil­dren who have delays in the areas of speech and lan­guage and feed­ing dis­or­ders, as well as other areas of devel­op­ment. Empha­sis on build­ing par­ent capac­ity to pro­vide sup­port to their child’s area of con­cern dur­ing daily rou­tines, using par­ent coach­ing strate­gies. Serves as pri­mary coach (case man­ager) and acts as a Fam­ily Resource Coor­di­na­tor for assigned cases. Pro­vides early inven­tion ser­vices in child and family’s nat­ural envi­ron­ment in Sno­homish County. Main­tains con­fi­den­tial­ity of all infor­ma­tion as required.

Required Qual­i­fi­ca­tions

  • Min­i­mum of Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathol­ogy or Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Disorders
  • Must be licensed to prac­tice in Wash­ing­ton State.
  • Addi­tional Edu­ca­tional Staff Asso­ciate (ESA) cer­tifi­cate and expe­ri­ence pro­vid­ing early child­hood ser­vices are preferred.
  • Will­ing­ness to pro­vide ser­vices in child’s nat­ural environments.
  • Must pos­sess a valid WA State Driver’s License, have auto­mo­bile insur­ance, and be able to use own vehi­cle on the job with a mileage reimbursement.
  • Pre­ferred –Cer­tifi­cate of Clin­i­cal Com­pe­tency from the Amer­i­can Speech and Hear­ing Asso­ci­a­tion (ASHA)

About Our Organization

Child­Strive is a grow­ing non-profit orga­ni­za­tion ded­i­cated to serv­ing our com­mu­nity. Our mis­sion is to advance the qual­ity of life for ALL chil­dren, focus­ing pri­mar­ily on chil­dren ages birth to three years with, or at risk of devel­op­men­tal delays and dis­abil­i­ties. Our vision is that all chil­dren will be ready to suc­ceed in school and in life. We uti­lize a par­ent coach­ing model empow­er­ing and enhanc­ing fam­i­lies in their abil­i­ties to sup­port the devel­op­ment of their chil­dren. Our staff (ther­a­pists, edu­ca­tors, nurses and social work­ers) par­tic­i­pates as mem­bers of small inter­dis­ci­pli­nary teams of qual­i­fied pro­fes­sion­als pro­vid­ing early child­hood inter­ven­tion and fam­ily sup­port resources to our clients.

Learn more by vis­it­ing www.childstrive.org

To be con­sid­ered email your resume and cover let­ter to employment@childstrive.org

Ben­e­fits
Join a team ded­i­cated to chang­ing the lives of oth­ers while enjoy­ing excel­lent ben­e­fits which may include:
– Com­pet­i­tive wages — Health Insur­ance — Paid Vaca­tion
– Flex­i­ble Sched­ules — Den­tal Insur­ance — Paid Sick Time
– 48 work weeks per year –Match­ing 403(b) retire­ment plan — Paid Hol­i­days
– Fed­eral Loan For­give­ness*
*Visit www.studentaid.ed.gov/publicservice for details

Eli­gi­bil­ity depen­dent on min­i­mum hours worked criteria

Child­Strive par­tic­i­pates in the E-Verify pro­gram and is an equal oppor­tu­nity employer
EEOC/AA — All qual­i­fied appli­cants will receive con­sid­er­a­tion with­out regard to race, color, sex, sex­ual ori­en­ta­tion, reli­gion or nat­ural ori­gin, creed, mar­i­tal sta­tus, age, Viet­nam era or other vet­er­ans’ sta­tus, or men­tal or phys­i­cal handicap.

International Students: Intro to the US Legal System

“Intro­duc­tion to the U.S. Legal Sys­tem” pre­sented by the Stu­dent Legal Ser­vices Office (SLS).  Wednes­day, Jan­u­ary 21, 12:30–1:30pm in Schmitz Hall 459. Come learn about the basics of the U.S. legal sys­tem and how to nav­i­gate U.S. law as an inter­na­tional student!

SLS is a law office on the UW-Seattle cam­pus that pro­vides con­fi­den­tial legal advice and rep­re­sen­ta­tion to its stu­dents. Stu­dents often come to SLS with issues involv­ing landlord/tenant, con­tracts, fam­ily law, crim­i­nal law, and estate plan­ning, but we also pro­vide assis­tance in other areas. SLS helps to edu­cate indi­vid­ual stu­dents about their legal rights and respon­si­bil­i­ties, which enables them to make edu­cated legal choices.

Please check in with ISS at Schmitz Hall 459 at least 5 min­utes prior to the work­shop. Space is lim­ited and is on a first come first serve sign up list. Sign up for the work­shop will begin at 12:00 pm the day of the workshop.

For more infor­ma­tion about other quar­terly ISS work­shops, please visit, https://iss.washington.edu/resources/workshops

Kathy Wong
Inter­na­tional Stu­dent Ser­vices (ISS)
459 Schmitz Hall, Box 355832
Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton, Seat­tle, WA 98195
Phone: 206.543.2329
Fax: 206.543.9772

Audiology and Speech Pathology positions available at the Orlando VA Medical Center

We have mul­ti­ple job open­ings at the Orlando VAMC for both audi­ol­o­gists and speech pathol­o­gists. These posi­tions are part of the acti­va­tions of our new med­ical cen­ter, which is slated to open in March/April 2015. Offi­cially estab­lished in Octo­ber 2006, the Orlando VA Med­ical Cen­ter is one of the Top 100 Com­pa­nies in Cen­tral Florida for work­ing fam­i­lies. The Orlando VA Med­ical Cen­ter includes a 120-bed Com­mu­nity Liv­ing Cen­ter and a 60-bed Res­i­den­tial Reha­bil­i­ta­tion Pro­gram, located at the Lake Nona Cam­pus, Out­pa­tient Clin­ics in Orlando (Lake Bald­win), Viera and Day­tona Beach and four Com­mu­nity Based Out­pa­tient Clin­ics located in Cler­mont, Kissim­mee, Lees­burg, and Orange City. A new inpa­tient facil­ity is cur­rently under con­struc­tion in south­east Orange County and is expected to open in 2015. The new 65-acre med­ical cam­pus will have 134-inpatient beds and pro­vide acute care, com­plex spe­cialty care, advanced diag­nos­tic ser­vices, a large mul­ti­spe­cialty out­pa­tient clinic, and admin­is­tra­tive and sup­port ser­vices. Orlando offers a vari­ety of won­der­ful enter­tain­ment and out­door activ­i­ties and is close to both coasts and mul­ti­ple beau­ti­ful beaches. Win­ter is Florida is beautiful!

Audi­ol­o­gists: GS 9/11/12: Mul­ti­ple posi­tions avail­able, located at either the new Orlando VA Med­ical Cen­ter or the Lake Bald­win Out­pa­tient Clinic (the old site of the Orlando VA). Both of these clin­ics are located within the city of Orlando about 20 miles apart.

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/391285400

Job Announce­ment Num­ber:ZY-15-DC-1300643-BU

Speech Pathol­o­gists: GS 9/11/12: 2 posi­tions located at the new Orlando VA Med­ical Center

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/391111200

Job Announce­ment Num­ber:ZY-15-DC-1298718-BU

Please NOTE the Work Sched­ule for the speech pathol­ogy jobs: These jobs will reg­u­larly include a min­i­mum of 4 hours on Sat­ur­day or  4 hours on Sun­day. There is flex­i­bil­ity regard­ing which 4 hours and the tour dur­ing the work week but they must include at least a half day on the week­end. One posi­tion will work Sat­ur­day, the other Sunday.

These jobs are open to all US Cit­i­zens. Please share widely with any­one you think would be inter­ested. This announce­ment is being used to obtain appli­cants for the new Orlando VA Med­ical Cen­ter at the Lake Nona Med­ical Com­plex. Antic­i­pated selec­tion & start dates will vary over the next 12 months to sup­port the phased acti­va­tion of the new med­ical cen­ter. Appli­cants will not be referred for con­sid­er­a­tion to select­ing offi­cials until the posi­tions are sched­uled to start, and appli­cants will be noti­fied via e-mail when this occurs. Please do not call the HR office as all updates will be made through USAJOBS and by e-mail. Your sta­tus can be mon­i­tored through your USAJobs account.

*These are open and con­tin­u­ous announce­ments. Appli­cants will be reviewed and referred on a bi-weekly basis; the announce­ment will remain open until the posi­tions are filled.

Addresses for the two loca­tions are:

The Orlando VA Med­ical Cen­ter at Lake Nona (new hos­pi­tal)
13800 Vet­er­ans Way
Orlando, FL 32827

Lake Bald­win Out­pa­tient Cen­ter (original/current site of the Orlando VA)
5201 Ray­mond Street
Orlando, FL 32803

Ques­tions should be directed to:

Denise Goforth, Au.D.
321–397-6399 (office)
407–456-9117 (cell)

SLP Position in Siuslaw School District (Florence, OR)

Sius­law SD is actively seek­ing a full time SLP. Esti­mated start date would be August 24, 2015.  It is a per­ma­nent, full time posi­tion. They offer a very gen­er­ous ben­e­fits pack­age. The dis­trict con­sists of three schools located in a pic­turesque coastal com­mu­nity.  The total stu­dent pop­u­la­tion in dis­trict is roughly 1,500 stu­dents.  If any­one has ques­tions, con­tact  Jenny Dietz at jdietz@siuslaw.k12.or.us, 541–997-2651.

Click here for more info.