Rachel Stotts of MSUM’s Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences Department and Lacey Hoppe, director at MSUM’s Early Education Center, organized developmental screenings for children attending the Early Education Center on campus. An interdisciplinary team consisting of students from the Master of Science Program in Speech-Language Pathology at Minnesota State University Moorhead, the Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program at the University of Mary, and the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at the University of Jamestown worked together to provide developmental screenings which took place at the end of October. This was the first time that interdisciplinary screenings have been administered at MSUM’s Early Education Center. A total of 41 children were screened, giving the SLP, OT, and PT students many opportunities to collaborate with each other and learn about the related disciplines. This is just one of the many ways that the Speech-Language Pathology graduate program is promoting interdisciplinary education for its students.”