Lehman College’s Department of Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences has an upcoming Continuing Education Workshop on Friday, October 26, 2012, entitled “Using Meta-Skills to Foster Literacy Skills: Assessment and Intervention”. This workshop will be presented by Dr. Kenn Apel, Ph.D.,CCC-SLP in the Lovinger Theater.
If you have any questions, feel free to email [email protected] or call 718-960-2258.
Directions to Lehman are as follows:
By Train: IRT No. 4 or the IND “D” line to Bedford Park Boulevard. The campus is a three-minute walk to the west. For more information about subway service to the Lehman campus, call the New York City Transit Authority at (718) 330-1234. Metro North’s Harlem line has a local stop at the Botanical Gardens station. The campus is about 12 blocks due west on Bedford Park Boulevard. Call Metro North for information about fares and schedules (212) 532-4900.
By Bus: Nine Bronx buses including the 2, 10, 22, and 28 have stops at Lehman College. Liberty Lines BXM4A or 4B express buses from Manhattan stop near the campus, at Bedford Park Boulevard and the Grand Concourse. Good connections are available on Westchester 20 or 20X buses from White Plains, Hartsdale, Scarsdale, and Yonkers via Central Park Avenue. The No. 4 from Yonkers also stops near the campus. For more information about taking a bus to the Lehman campus, call (718) 330-1234 (Bronx buses) or (718) 652-8400 (Liberty Lines) or (914) 682-2020 (Westchester buses).
By Car: From the Major Deegan Expressway (I-87): Take exit 11, stay to left onto Van Cortlandt Ave. Left on Sedgwick Ave., then right on Goulden Ave. to Parking.
From the north on the Saw Mill River and Henry Hudson Parkways: Take exit 24 onto Mosholu Parkway. Exit at Van Cortlandt Park South. Straight across onto Goulden Ave.
Alternatively from Manhattan: FDR Drive to end of Harlem River Dr. onto Tenth Ave. Right at 207th St. across bridge to Fordham Rd. Left on M.L. King Jr. Blvd. (which becomes University Ave.). Right on W. 197th St. then left on Goulden Ave. to Parking.