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2014-15 University Catalog

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January 2014 EditionPDF formatHTML format
2013-2014PDF format
Spring 2013 Update HTML format
2012-2013PDF formatHTML format
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Addendum for Spring 2010PDF format
2009 - 2010PDF format
2008 - 2009PDF format
2007 - 2008PDF format
2006 - 2007PDF format
2005 - 2006PDF format
2004 - 2005PDF format

Misericordia University Students Walking

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The National Stuttering Association (NSA): Northeast Pennsylvania Chapter at Misericordia University is holding its 2nd annual 5K run/walk, "Don't Tell Me to Slow Down,'' on Sunday, April 19 in support of the National Stuttering Association and the nationally recognized student-run stuttering support group on campus. The event begins at 10:30 a.m. This year's event also features a virtual run component so registrants who cannot make it to campus can participate in their own hometown. The "Don't Tell Me to Slow Down'' 5K run/walk is organized by the NSA: Northeast Pennsylvania Chapter at Misericordia University. For additional information about the fundraiser, please log on to the event's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/events/785095464917484/.
The Department of Speech-Language Pathology at Misericordia University will offer a comprehensive workshop on how to facilitate collaboration among professionals working with individuals with autism on Friday, March 13. The program, "Autism: Solutions for Successful Collaboration," is designed for professionals and parents of children with autism. It will feature experts in the areas of occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, psychology, social work and behavior. They will offer practical solutions to promote professional collaboration among the various health care disciplines utilized in the care of a person with autism, and also discuss how to actively involve families in the collaboration process.
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