Congratulations to senior Iliana Lambert on being named Concordia University Wisconsin's Student of the Month for September.


Communication Sciences and Disorders


Olney, Maryland

High School Attended:

Sherwood HS, Sandy Spring, Maryland

Extracurricular Activities at CUW:

Lambert has supported faculty research, engaged in behavioral coding, and completed her own research projects, presenting at both state and national conferences. She received a Concordia University Undergraduate Research Grant, which helps pay for supplies and travel.

Lambert has served on the board and as a member of the student speech-language pathology group (NSSLHA), organizing continuing education and outreach events, student and community support, and fundraising. She consistently volunteers and represents the department at campus activity events, as well as Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association (WSHA) and Interprofessional Education (IPE) events. A servant leader, Lambert is looking forward to further engaging with the community as she pursues a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology following graduation.

Prof. Mikaely Schmitz nominated Lambert.

The full-time faculty awards the Student of the Month nine times during the academic year.

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