Lurie College Faculty Quoted in Washington Post Article

Shoutout to Communicative Disorders and Sciences faculty Nidhi Mahendra, who was recently quoted in the Washington Post article “The post-pandemic future of college? It’s on campus and online.”

…but small steps can make a difference online. Nidhi Mahendra, a professor of communicative disorders and sciences, began opening her Zoom classroom well ahead of the start time when she noticed students clicking in 20 minutes early. It gave them more time to bond through chitchat. “That’s been kind of a kick, actually,” Mahendra said. “Never happened before.”

SJSU Lurie College of Education Communicative Disorders and Sciences Department Faculty Nidhi Mahendra

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