Nicholas Fasanello, current student in the Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders, was selected by popular vote for the People’s Choice Award in the 2021 Three Minute Thesis Competition.
Fasanello’s presentation on “Reviewing a framework for Concealable Stigma in Communication Disorders: Addressing Adverse Outcomes and Promoting Inclusion” highlights research on the various impacts of stigmatization that people with communication disorders experience.
Fasanello’s presentation captured the audience’s attention and vote through his engaging presentation and clear passion for the topic of study. Fasanello received a $250 tuition award for the Spring 2022 semester and $250 cash.
Location: Cullowhee, Main Campus
Prerequisites: 3.0 GPA, required courses
Full-Time, 30 Person Cohort
App. Deadline: Feb. 15 - Fall Admit Only
63 Credit Hours, 21 Months to Complete
100% praxis pass rate and employment