May 28, 1999
MEDIA CONTACT: Barbara Chamberlain, 509/358-7527, chamberlain@wsu.edu
DIPASQUALE NAMED WSU'S OUTSTANDING
GRADUATE STUDENT IN SPEECH AND HEARING SCIENCES
        SPOKANE, Wash. -- Teresa Brown DiPasquale of Redmond received the award for 1999 Outstanding Graduate Student in Speech and Hearing Sciences during Washington State University at Spokane's recent commencement ceremonies.
        Describing DiPasquale's qualities, Linda Vogel, SHS internship coordinator, said, "Teresa is a wonderful person with many fine attributes. She is very bright and has excellent clinical skills. She is self-directed and will make a wonderful addition to the profession of speech-language pathology. During her internship, the hospital supervisor described Teresa as being the most capable intern they had ever had."
        DiPasquale received her undergraduate degree from the University of Washington. She is completing an internship at Good Samaritan Hospital, Puyallup, where she provides speech, language, and cognitive evaluations and therapy to adults with a variety of diagnoses including ALS, cerebral vascular accident, quadriplegia, and traumatic brain injury. DiPasquale will be seeking employment in an adult clinical setting after completion of her internship.
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