Meet Sarah Ring. She is MSUM’s newest speech language pathologist clinic supervisor.
Q: What drew you to MSUM?
Q: What is your favorite part about MSUM?
A: The university offers so many opportunities to students, but it still had the feeling of a smaller community.
Q: What energizes you at work?
A: The students I work with have a lot of energy and passion for what they are doing so they energize me, and I am enthusiastic about mentoring and educating them.
Q: What is one of the most interesting things you’re working on right now?
A: Some of the students are having a new experience with clients that have unique symptoms so it’s interesting to help the students find the best plan of care for these sessions.
Q: What is something you’re learning right now and why is it important?
A: I’m learning how to best communicate my experience in a way that helps the students understand it and learn from it.
Q: What energizes you outside of work?
A: I’m a dance fitness instructor so that energizes me. I also am energized by my three children and my granddaughter.
Welcome to the #DragonFamily, Sarah.
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