Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Members decorated holiday cards for kids in the hospital- 1 service point for participation in this activity.
We decorated/ate cookies and watched a slide show of the Fall semester events.
Most active member was announced: a tie- Lindsey Kopycinski and Victoria Dao. Both were presented with certificates and gift cards.
This semester was GREAT!!!!!! Thanks to everyone who helped out with the fundraisers and service events and those who attended socials. Thanks to all of the members for being so active! =)
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Matt Berndt- communication career services director in CMA 3rd floor mon-Friday 8-5
Lots of info on their website: resumes, cover letters, etc.
Create an account with them to be able to make an appointment, drop ins or make an appointment
Graduate school is huge investment of time money and energy. Important for your next step to make sense for you at that time. Must be able to answer: what do you hope to achieve by going to Grad school? why do you want to go? Study? What are primary motivators for going? Helps find program that will meet your needs.
Bad reasons to apply: need grad degree to be successful, bad economy, mom and dad want you to be, a grad degree will help decide what you want to do, will make you more marketable, want to learn more stuff
Good reasons to apply: masters degree required, want to teach and do research,
What can advanced degree do for you?- Can influence how fast and far you can advance your career, give greater flex to change careers, help make career path change, job satisfaction, salary
Not sure what you want to do, don’t rush into grad program, taking off yr can help you get recharged and more motivated and confident about your studies, work experience can help chance of acceptance, gain skills you didn’t get from undergrad.
You must tell grad school about yourself. What will you bring to table? How will you improve their program? No real limit to length of academic resume
When considering a grad school: is it geographically where you want to be? Investigate depts and their areas of expertise, review research journals from that school in your area of interest, dept and their success rates- ask about outcomes, successes; think for yourself- make up your own mind
Criteria for evaluating grad programs- location, competitiveness, length, curriculum, workload, teaching methods, networking, class sizes, class profile, financial aid
Types of degrees- Masters: Terminal: wont help if want to get a doctorate, career advancement to gain specific skills
Tests to take: GRE
when to apply- usually fall for spring application, give professors time for references, preparing your applications, visiting schools/faculty
resources- CCS, Career exploration center, ut office of grad studies, ut grad and international admissions center, annual grad and professional school day
BAKE SALE MOVED TO JESTER TOMORROW! 11-18
SOCIAL- THURSDAY 11-19 TX UNION THEATER "JULIE AND JULIA" 6PM meet across from Wendy's in Union at 5:25pm.
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Delta Phi Omega Sorority, Inc. and the UT National Student, Speech, Language, and Hearing Association present Fall Service Week 2009.
Tuesday, November 10th
10 AM-2 PM
(Stop by and table with us! There will be food.)
Wednesday, November 11th
Schlotzsky's (MLK and Guadalupe)
4 PM-9 PM
(NSSLHA SOCIAL AT 6PM 11/11 at Schlotzsky's)
Thursday, November 12th (**e-mail me if interested in starting a team- need 7 players)
Capture the Flag Tournament
Anna Hiss Gym
Benefit Party (*****receive 2 general points if you attend)
Karma Lounge (119 W 8th St- between Congress and Colorado St.)
$5 for 21 and up
$7 for 18 and up
Benefitting: NSSLHA and Texas School for the Deaf
Let me know if you have any questions! Don't forget to invite your friends, family, neighbors, sorority, fraternity, spirit group, etc to the Karma Benefit Party!
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
This meeting the members divided into groups and put together turkey baskets with donated food items for families that go to the UT Speech and Hearing Clinic.
Thank you to everyone that helped put the baskets together and donating the food items!!
We also showed the Risk Management slideshow to our members.
Service Week- Nov 10-12: the Delta Phi Omega sorority will be hosting a Service Week to raise money for NSSLHA and Texas School for the Deaf. Nov 10- kickoff in front of Gregory 9:30-2 handing out flyers about Wed and Thurs events. We dont need to help them but if you are in the area, stop by and let them know you will be attending the events. Nov 11- a restaurant on the Drag will be donating part of their profits for that day to us and TSD. we will be having a social event here to show our support. Nov 12- party at Karma. they will be donating their cover charge to us and TSD. if you attend, you will get 2 points to be put toward whatever you are lacking.
T-shirts will be handed out in the Union next Tuesday 11-10-09 for those of you who dont have them yet. Lety and Sarah will be there from 3:30-6pm.
BAKE SALE!! Nov 17-18. Contact Robyn to sign up.
SOCIAL!! Nov 11 we will have lunch or dinner at the restaurant on the Drag that will be participating in the Service Week to help raise money for NSSLHA and Texas School for the Deaf.
SOCIAL!!! Nov 19 there will be another social event at the Union Theatre to get together to watch Julie and Julia at 9pm.
OPPORTUNITY FOR 2 NSSLHA POINTS!!!! Nov 12 at 10pm, we will be having a party at Karma as a part of Service Week. If you attend, you will get 2 general points to be applied where they are needed. Contact Sarah Williams for more info.
Comment with your name and EID. If you are not an online member, please put that in the comment as well. Thanks!! =)
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Elizabeth Pena- UT- Austin graduate advisor. The program here offers a masters programs in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology. Classes: 1st semester 4 hrs 2 days a week, practicum in spring. About 50 graduate students in SLP, 30 in Audiology program. Application: they look at GRE scores, GPA 3-4.0, letters of recommendation, writing examples- what you say, how you say it. Look for about 30 students, accept about 40 into the program. Clinical hours- don’t need to get in. Her favorite thing- winter. Advice- start process early, find the program that is right for you and your interests.
Paula Chance- Texas Women’s University. They offer an on campus program- faculty is small but work closely with students. Clinic on campus and practicum at stroke center. Distance learning program- 1 week on campus, practicum immediately, usually in schools. Most students get jobs as SLP Assistants. Classes: usually 6 hrs a week at school, In field and out of field. Application: they look at letters of recommendation, GPA 3.0 for grad school; look at your desire to work in school for a while. No clinical hrs. required. But once accepted, must fulfill the clinical hrs to work in schools. Application for next cycle opens 1 yr from Dec for acceptance in May 2011.
Jeff Martin- UT-Dallas. AUD program- 8 professors, 15 clinical faculties, campus close to medical school- opportunities to work in research labs if interested. Classes: Clinic- 1st yr and coursework 800-1000 clinical hrs by graduation. Offer masters in SLP, AUD. PhD and AUD program. Alexis Flores- UT-Dallas alumni (student perspective) graduated 1.5 yrs ago, SLP at private pediatric outpatient clinic in Austin. Program prepared her a lot. She knew she wanted to be a clinician. Did some research at school. UT-D offers both clinical and research opportunities. Start clinical work with course work. Then begin practicum. Last yr do internship usually offsite. No clinical work required. Open door policy for professors. GRE- 1100, avg. GPA 3.5 for admissions, letters of recommendation all taken into account for acceptance. Housing comparable to Austin. Job availability. Advice- visit the school you’re considering.
Rachel Winn- 1st yr grad student at TX State- offer masters in communication disorders, GRE- not required. clinical hrs not necessary. Mostly kids in clinic, but some adults. Practicum for 1 semester. 1st yr- 3 classes, 1 clinical as 4th class. Professors very welcoming. Favorite things- all classes in 1 building. When applying here, you have to apply to graduate college and the program you want to be in. So, look at requirements for both. Must complete graduate application packet. All in fill in blank form. Submit in all one envelope. Jess Fister- from Cleveland, Ohio originally. Came to TX State to study to be a bilingualism speech therapist. Open door policy for professors. Great clinic. Offer specialization- bilingual, autism, dialectal. Likes the smaller town feel of San Marcos. Housing reasonable. Advice- Know the university you are applying to. Really focus on statement of purpose.
Lauren Sherman and Sam Fisk- Baylor: offers masters in SLP. 2 tracks- masters of Science or Master of Arts (write a thesis). 40 students in grad school right now. Open door policy with professors. Full time clinic at Baylor. A variety of people seen there. Shorter than most programs. 13 hrs a semester plus clients. Mon-thurs classes Friday clinical class. 3 semesters at Baylor taking classes then externship. Clinical work right away. all classes in 1 building. No cut off scores for GPA, GRE, look at your responses to questions. Want people who will work hard. Clinical hrs not necessary. Clinics- language and literacy, lots of kids. Last semester- work with adults in an externship in hospital. Usually minimum of 5 clients but depends on setting. Living not expensive.
Steven-TX Tech: offer masters in SLP, AUD, and CSD. 10 students admitted in AUD, 30 students to speech. Open door policy. There is the main campus, and health science center (most classes here). PhD program some classes at main campus. Autism, stuttering, child language clinic. GRE- 1000-1100, require telephone interview. Don’t require letters of recommendation. speech and audiology are in the same clinic. Living fairly decent, avg. cost. Job opportunities in college. Application process online.
Maryann Acevado and Ally Kype- Our Lady of the Lake: Masters in communication Disorders. It is a Private college. 24 students admitted each yr. tuition more expensive because it is private. Financial aid available. Everything is in clinic. See kids mostly. Classes: 3 courses each semester, 1-2 clients. 10 faculty members. Mon-thurs classes Friday- practicum. GPA- for undergrad communication disorder classese is a min 3.0, GRE- flexible in scores. Avg. is 950. Group interview required on campus. Send article to discuss at the interview then they want to see how you interact with professors and other students. Generic clinic. Externship- 1 semester in school setting then adult rehab. Don’t require statement of purpose. They want you to succeed. Go and check out the place you want to go to. Living cheaper than other cities. Option to do master’s thesis if interested in doing phD. Bilingual emphasis program.
Bake Sale tomorrow and Thursday 10/21-10/22. The sale tomorrow will be inside Jester by Wendy's and on Thursday it will be in the CMA Plaza. 9-2pm
Longhorn Halloween!! This Sunday 10/25 2-5pm. Sign up with Sarah Williams.
If you havent paid dues, you need to get them to an officer as soon as possible. You will be deleted off of the listserv until you have paid.
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Meet The Professors
Bake sale did great!!! The next bake sale is Oct 21-22. Sign up sheet will be at the next meeting. Contact Robyn for more info.
Next service- Longhorn Halloween. Oct 25 2-5pm. Sign up sheet will be at the next meeting as well. Contact Sarah Williams for more info.
Dr. Courtney Byrd: Originally from Manhattan. She teaches the Intro to Assessment and Treatment in Child Language Disorders. This is her 4th year at UT. Research interests- the combined contribution of linguistic processing and motor planning to the onset, development and maintenance of childhood stuttering . there are clinical research opportunities with her. Something embarrassing about her- she forgot one of her sons when she dropped off the other at day care.
Dr. Barbara Davis: Originally from Texas. She teaches Infant Toddler Assessment Intervention, doctoral seminar and used to teach Speech Science in undergrad. She was the graduate advisor here at UT. She has been at UT for 17 yrs. Research- how kids learn to use speech sounds to form English. She loves to go scuba diving.
Dr. Joyce Harris: Originally from Pittsburg,PA. She teaches Sociocultural Bases of Communication in Undergrad, Acquired Language Disorders in Graduate Program. This is her 9th yr at UT as professor. Previously at University of Memphis for 9yrs. Was a student at UT for doctoral studies. Research- project health beliefs/knowledge for African Americans for American Speech-Language Hearing Association which meets in New Orleans this year. Research- Text comprehension, literacy in adults and adolescents. Her favorite vacation spot is British Columbia, Canada. Favorite Austin eatery- East Side Café. Something no one knows about her- she knows how to spin yarn from wool. Hobbies- likes to cook.
Dr. Doug Sladen: 13 months at UT. originally from British Columbia, Canada. Studied audiology. Research- cochlear implants, children audiology, hearing loss. He teaches Children Audiology, Principles of Audiology. His favorite vacation spot- Vienna.
Dr. Harvey Sussman: originally from New York. He teaches Speech Science and Language in the Brain. Research- project with Dr. Byrd on stuttering. Likes to understand how phonemes are represented in the brain. Something no one knows about him- he taught Dr. Davis and Dr. Harris. He has been at UT since 1970.
Dr. Christine Matyear: she teaches A&P, Foundations of Speech and Hearing. Originally from Minnesota. She has been at UT for 13 yrs. Research- transition from speech to language developing kids. Favorite vacation spot- Greece. Something no one knows about her- she gave herself a black eye while doing martial arts over the weekend.
Dr. Thomas Marquardt: he teaches Intro to CSD, Speech Language Evaluation and Treatment in Adults, Motor Speech Disorders. Originally from Wisconsin. He is the 7th kid out of 8 in his family. He met Dr. Sussman at Wisconsin in grad school. Research- speech motor control problems in damage to left lobe in adults. Hobbies- gardening.
Dr. Dena Granoff: NSSLHA advisor. She teaches Intro to Assessment and Treatment in Communication Disorders in Adults, Dysphasia in graduate program. She has been at UT for 16 yrs. Originally from New Jersey. Favorite vacation spot- anywhere she can explore on a bike.
Dr. Li Sheng: originally from China. She teaches Acquisition of Communication Ablilitiies in Children, Language Disorders in School Age Children, Cognitive Language Development. This is her 3rd yr at UT. Research- effects of individual difference on child vocabulary. Her favorite vacation would be to go home to visit her parents. Her favorite restaurant- Asian Cafe. Something no one knows about her- when she got her 1st paycheck from UT she bought a pair of cowboy boots. Something adventurous she has done-rode in hot air balloon over Napa valley. Likes to shop.
Dr. Chang Liu: originally from China. He teaches Hearing Science. This is his 3rd yr at UT. Research- auditory perception in people with/out hearing loss. Doing a research study on auditory processing in kids with Dr. Davis. Also interested in bilingual speech perception. Favorite vacation spot-Hawaii. Favorite restaurant- Asian Café. Something no one knows about him- he gets nervous about speaking In front of people. Hobbies- play video games, watching sports. Likes to travel.
DUES WERE DUE AT THIS MEETING, BUT YOU HAVE UNTIL NEXT TUESDAY 10-13 TO PAY THEM TO ANY OFFICER. JUST SEND SELINA AN EMAIL SAYING THAT YOU HAVE PAID AN OFFICER YOUR DUES SO SHE KNOWS TO COLLECT THEM FROM THAT OFFICER.
BAKE SALE OCT 21-22. SIGN UP SHEET WILL BE GOING AROUND. CONTACT ROBYN FOR MORE INFO.
SERVICE- LONGHORN HALLOWEEN OCT 25 2-5PM. SIGN UP WITH SARAH WILLIAMS.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
NSSLHA is a professional organization geared towards giving information on grad school, career paths, etc. to CSD majors. We meet every other Tuesday in UTC 1.102 at 5pm. Each meeting we focus on something different. This semester we will be getting to know the CSD professors, talking to grad school representatives, learning about career opportunities and having an AWESOME time! :)
To be considered an ACTIVE MEMBER you must:
· Attend 2 fundraisers, 1 social event, 2 service events and meetings
· Pay dues- $35 (this is for the entire 2009-10 school year and includes an OFFICIAL NSSLHA t-shirt)
You can also be an ONLINE MEMBER. This is for people who can’t make it to the meetings. To be considered an ONLINE MEMBER you must:
· let us know you want to be an ONLINE MEMBER =)
· pay dues- $35 (again, for the entire 2009-10 school and OFFICIAL NSSLHA t-shirt)
· respond to the meeting minutes that will be emailed after every meeting saying you have read them
· attend 2 fundraisers, 1 social event and 2 service events ** to be considered an ACTIVE MEMBER as well as an ONLINE MEMBER**
This year we are giving away 2 prizes (1 for the Fall semester and 1 for the Spring) to the member who is MOST ACTIVE- participates in the most activities, comes to all of the meetings etc. This “outstanding member” will get the choice of receiving a free manicure OR a free massage compliments of NSSLHA. =]
We are really looking forward to having a great year with everyone!!
Oct. 6th is Meet the Professors in the TX Union Theater at 5pm****notice location change****
The professors will be talking (all of the CSD professors) about their research projects/ interesting stuff that they do.
This is good for those of you who want to do an internship with a professor: you can see what they are doing, and what you are interested in. (all at once)
Oct. 20th is Grad School Panel in the TX Union Santa Rita Room at 5pm
This is a great opportunity to check out Texas schools for SLP and AuD programs
There will be about 8? schools in attendance. Bring questions that you have for them.
Should be a great meeting- dress neatly (they may remember you, make sure that it's a positive memory)
No need to dress up formally, just don't wear gym shorts and a budwiser tshirt
Oct. 21-22 is the next Bake Sale
Thanks to everyone who came out this week, we made good money
There will be a sign up sheet at the next two meetings for the next bake sale.
Oct. 25th Longhorn Halloween Service
This is a fun service project that we are doing this October
We will have a face painting booth!!
It's in the Erwin Center from 2-5 on Sunday, Oct. 5th
Sign Up sheet will be going around at the next few meetings
Nov. 10th, 11th, 12th Service week with Delta Phi Omega
We are co-hosting a service/fundraising week with this sorority.
More info to come once our plans become finalized!
Just keep some time open to attend some fun stuff in the evenings on these dates.
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
NSSLHA Meeting minutes
Dr Champlain- dean: audiology and hearing science are his focus area. research- audiology related, assess auditory function in people. He doesn’t have much contact with undergraduates but is available as a resource to you. He talked about the student survival guide made by NSSLHA that gives advice for all students in CSD. Some things to do as an undergraduate: go online and look at a grad school application see what they may ask to get a sense of what they are looking for, look up the Texas Speech Language Hearing Association and the Texas Academy of Audiology to get more involved locally. Texas Academy of Audiology is having its meeting in November in Austin this year. There is an honors program for CSD. Some criteria for this-3.0 GPA in university, 3.5 GPA in CSD. They do 1 activity each semester that is different from class work. You should also get to know your professors- this will help you because they have a lot of stuff to offer and if they know you they will be able to advocate for you when applying for grad school. Dr. Champlain had a voice in the law that was passed to allow newborns to get their hearing tested as early as possible. The earlier a problem is detected, more can be done to fix it.
Ann Hillis- UT Speech and Hearing Clinic director: Gave information about observation hrs. Students will get an email from her tomorrow about the notes from today and info about observation hours. Observation hrs are done in the Clinic (2nd floor CMA) or off campus. At UT Speech and Hearing Clinic: You need 25 observation hours prior to applying for certification, but this is not required by UT. Ann will email a list of preferred times in the clinic- more than 1 client scheduled in case someone cancels. Sessions are 50 minutes long but counts as 1 hour. Must visit with Lorena before you come to the clinic to sign the confidentiality agreement and get the log sheet. You must have these with you when you are in the clinic, allows you to be in there she will check this when you are there. Lesson plans for sessions on door in corridor. You must get a supervisor to sign the log sheet before you leave. Each Thurs at 4pm, schedule will be put up about preferred times. 3 people for each time slot. Turn cell phones off. Leave backpacks on shelf in hallway. Off campus observation: the Capitol school is a great place but can go anywhere. Email Ann stating where you want to observe and contact info for that place. She must sign off on it. Then she will email you back saying you can observe. Bring copy of email giving permission and log of hrs to her box in clinic, leave phone number and make copy by end of semester. Can observe either SLP or Audiologist no matter major. You can observe over summer even though not taking classes. After you graduate, can’t observe any more.
Joan Ballash- audiologist: to observe for audiology get with lorena then meet with her. Aud= 4 yr doctorate degree. Honors undergraduate program can apply after you have taken CSD 341 and CSD 378. Can come to office hours on Mon 2-3pm. To participate in a practicum must take CSD 341, CSD 378 and have a 3.2 GPA. They do hearing testing in clinic. Joan mostly focuses on behavioral observation to hearing. She likes teaching observational skills, how to help kids hear to help them learn. She is teaching clinical audiology- CSD 378. Research projects- speech perception tests
Lorena Dominguez- undergrad advisor: application due 9-30 for perspective students in CSD. Info sessions available to attend. Audiology practicum that Joan spoke about, you must apply for it. The application will be online. Research opportunities are coming up. Meet with faculty if interested. You will be paired with faculty member. Grad school- IE intellectual entrepreneurship. You will be paired with grad student. Dr. Sherwitz will have more info. He is across from Lorena’s office or check out the website. Must be a Jr or Sr. This will be counted as a letter grade class. Want to focus the IE on working in the clinic, contact Lorena or Ann Hillis before you fill out application. This can be counted as 6 hrs outside of CSD, experience what grad school is like. Career exploration center fair this fall- info on their website. Syllabus for all CSD classes are now online on the CSD website. Writing component class only room for 25 students. She will accommodate graduating students first. Takes walk ins from 11-12.
1. Bake sale- if it is raining on Thurs and Friday, the bake sale will be rescheduled for Monday and Tuesday. Contact Robyn for the new list.
2. First social and service went great!! Thanks to everyone who came! =)
3. Remember to pay dues!! This is for the whole year and allows us to pay for your TSHA if you go. DUE by the NEXT meeting!
Don't forget to comment on this blog post to get credit for attendance at this meeting!
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
-Also, bring your dues ($35) and receive your official NSSLHA T-shirt today.
Where: UTC 1.102 (same room as first meeting)When: 5pm
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
FIRST SERVICE OPPORTUNITY (you need 2 per semester)
SEPTEMBER 18TH, 2009! Show starts at 7 PM
Friday Night Live Variety Show at the Texas School for the Deaf
1102 South Congress Austin, TX 78704
RL Davis Auditorium
IF YOU NEED A RIDE, we will meet for carpooling from STARBUCKS ON 24TH AND SAN ANTONIO at 6:00 PM
Don't forget! Bats tomorrow at 6:45 meet @ the yogurt spot! Bring friends!
-officers were introduced:
laura rosenberg- president firstname.lastname@example.org
lety garza- vice president email@example.com
ashley breedlove- secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
selina gutierrez- treasurer email@example.com
robyn bautista- fundraiser firstname.lastname@example.org
sarah williams- service email@example.com
kelley corbett- social firstname.lastname@example.org
nancy pena- publicity email@example.com
ashley garcia- historian firstname.lastname@example.org
-each officer discussed a little about what they do:
president (laura)- oversees all of the events, meetings, etc. spoke about some big upcoming events for NSSLHA this yr: Cochlear Kids Day, TSHA
vice president (lety)- helps president, works on t-shirt. spoke about breaking up into smaller groups led by each officer
secretary (ashley b)- takes the meeting minutes, keeps attendance etc. spoke about logistics of being a member:
ACTIVE MEMBER- pay dues ($35- for whole school yr + t-shiirt), participate in 2 fundraisers, 2 service and 1 social event
ONLINE MEMBER- pay dues, respond to the meeting minutes saying that you've read them, participate in 2 fundraisers, 2 service and 1 social event to be considered ACTIVE as well as ONLINE MEMBER.
there will be an award for the MOST ACTIVE member. [person who participates in the most events, attends the most meetings...] one winner each semester. winner will get a free manicure OR free massage compliments of NSSLHA.
treasurer (selina)- deals with all of the money: writes checks, takes dues, balances the NSSLHA account. spoke about dues: $35 for the whole school yr (fall 09 and spring 10) and an OFFICIAL NSSLHA t-shirt. turn in dues to her (Selina Gutierrez) by the 3rd meeting- October 6.
publicity (nancy)- publicizes NSSLHA. updates website, facebook page, makes flyers for bake sales, pamphelets etc. updates NSSLHA's bulletin board in Speech and Hearing Clinic. passed out calendar for Sept. with important dates- fundraisers, services, socials, meetings.. etc.
fundraiser (robyn)- organizes fundraisers to raise money for NSSLHA. spoke about ideas for fundraisers- bake sales, carnation sales at graduation. announced first bake sale will be sept. 24-25 9am to 2pm.
service (sarah)- organizes different service projects for NSSLHA to be involved in. spoke about different ideas for service projects- deaf school variety show, something with halloween for Dell Children's Hospital, Turkey Baskets, volunteering at the Capitol School. announced first service will be a variety show at the deaf school on sept. 18. more details to follow.
social (kelley)- gets members together outside of meetings. spoke about different ideas for socials- ice cream socials, tailgating/watching away games together. announced first social will be on thursday sept. 10, 6:45pm at the Yogurt Spot on Guadalupe to hang out, eat ice cream and then go watch the bats fly out at the Congress Bridge.
historian(ashley g)- takes pictures at events, makes end of the year powerpoint for spring banquet, putting together a scrapbook, helps out other officers when needed.
-everyone broke up into smaller groups led by each officer.
first bake sale: sept 24-25 please sign up to work and bring a tasty item to sell!! contact Robyn for more info.
first social: THIS THURSDAY!!! Sept 10 6:45pm Yogurt Spot on Guadalupe then to watch the bats at Congress Bridge!! contact kelley for more info.
DUES ($35) due by the 3rd meeting!! Contact Selina.
first service event: Variety Show at the Deaf School Sept 18!! for more info contact Sarah
I hope that this helps!
I'm looking forward to a great semester!
Thank you for your input.