Presentations by Speech Pathology and Audiology Students and Faculty at National Convention

Posted on 2/9/2013 7:09:25 PM

IUP faculty members from the Speech-Language Pathology program attended and presented at the 2012 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association national convention held in November in Atlanta, Georgia.

The following presentations were conducted by IUP faculty and others:

Jill Brady:

  • “Working with English Language Learners: The Use of Syntactic Priming”
  • with Karen Stein: “The Role of Literacy Bags in a University Clinic”
  • with Tomoko Oda, Kyla Nuske and Ikuko Kurasawa: “Environmental Factors and L2 Acquisition: The Case of Japanese Adolescents”

Lori Lombard with alumnus Hanna Gratzmiller:

  • “A Comparison of Laryngeal Diadochokinetic Tasks”

Shari Robertson with Brianna Robertson:

  • “Readers: Laying a Strong Foundation”
  • “Difficult People: Working with You is Killing Me!”
  • “Readers: Focus on Vocabulary”

Craig Coleman with alumnus Mary Weidner:

  • “Children’s Stories in Stuttering Treatment”

Cynthia McCormick Richburg:

  • “Classroom acoustics from a public health perspective”
  • with D.F. Smiley: “Collaborating for Excellence: SLPs and AUDs Working Together in Schools”
  • Panel presentation with McDaniel, M., Gagne, J-P, Anderson-Gosselin, P., & Anderson, K.: “What’s Noise Got to do With It?”

The ASHA Convention is the premier annual event for speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists. Bringing together more than 12,000 attendees, the annual convention provides a once-a-year opportunity to learn about the latest evidence-based research in our clinical profession. Our faculty strive to contribute to this effort by presenting research results and clinical tutorials for participants.