HSLS Student Accomplishments and Awards

HSLS Student Accomplishments and Awards

Ph.D. Student Julie Martinez Verhof is selected for the IMRF Graduate Student Fellowship

Julie Martinez Verhoff is to attend the 10th International Multisensory Research Forum in New York City, NY. Julie will present findings from several multisensory experiments she has been working on at House Ear Institute with Dr. Lynne Bernstein. Julie will be defending her dissertation proposal in summer 2009.

 

Theses Written by HSLS SLP Students

Gitchell, Jamey M. (1996)  Culturally Deaf College Students’ Perceptions of Speech Therapists and Speech Therapy.  

Franklin, Heidi E. (1997)  A Temporal Comparison of Speech Respiration between Deaf and Hearing Speakers.  

Mueller, Andrea R. ( 2001).  Awareness of Deaf Culture Among Current Graduate Students in Speech-Language Pathology.  

Beckman, Angela R. (2002).  A survey of Strategies Used to Teach Reading Skills to Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children  

Robins, Abbey (2004).  Written English Syntax Abilities of Deaf Students of Deaf Parents Whose First Language is American Sign Language.  

Quinn, Lesley A. (2004).  Code Mixing in Bilingual-Bimodal Children. 

Veyvoda, Michelle A. (2005).  The Perspective of Culturally Deaf Parents on Communication Therapy Services for their Deaf Children.

Maloney-Mercier, Colleen M.  (2005).  Exploratory Measures of Laryngeal Factors Associated with Inadequate Breath Support in the Deaf Population.   

Iverson, Stormy M. (2005).  Speech-Language Pathologists’ Perception of Their Preparedness to Work with Children with Cochlear Implants  

Stoll, Ann (2006)  Phonological Characteristics of 2 ½ - 51/2 Year Old Hearing Children of Deaf Adults. 

Buswell, Kayla (2007)  Deaf Adults’ Perspectives on Early Intervention for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children  

Overton, Lindsay B. (2007)  The Effects of Using American Sign Language Nouns with a Five-Year-Old Hearing Child Receiving Language Therapy 

Yee, Laura (2007)  Need for Localized Affect Control of Speech-Generating AAC Devices for High-Functioning Adults 

York, MayJean D. (2008).  Types of Communication Used by Professionals with Pediatric Cochlear Implant Clients in Aural Rehabilitation Therapy.   

Wilson, Sharlene Michelle ( (2008).  Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Students’ Knowledge of and Experience with African-American English. 

 

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