Baylor CSD Department Receives $10 Million

October 2015
ASHA Leader;Oct2015, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p10
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The article reports that Baylor University's communication sciences and disorders department received an anonymous donation of 10 million dollars and mentions that the donation will be used to expand the university's graduate student capacity.


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