|Ph.D.||Reading||University at Albany|
|M.S.||Reading||University at Albany|
|M.A.||Speech Pathology||The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C.|
|B.S.||Speech and Hearing||St. John’s University, Jamaica, New York|
- Associate Professor in Communication Sciences and Disorders instructing undergraduate and graduate students in courses related to language development, language disorders, language and literacy, and accent modification.
- Clinical Supervisor in the Pauline K. Winkler Speech-Language-Hearing Center
Language Development, Language Disorders, Language and Literacy, Reading, Writing, and Accent Modification
- October 2014. Is grammar detailing the answer? The Communicator, 44(4), 15-17.
- May 2010. Published a Doctoral Dissertation entitled The Role of Grammar Knowledge for Identifying Language Needs. ProQuest
- January, 2005. Textbook reviewer for Butterworth Heinemann Publisher. Communication Disorders in Multicultural Populations D. Battle Ph.D
- Spring 2000. Co-writer of a New York State Department of Education grant for training of Speech-Language Pathologists
- January 30, 2018 Presenter Capital Speech Language and Hearing Association Albany, NY.
Topic: What Can a Book and Reader Reveal?
- November 9, 2017 Co-Presenter National Student Speech Hearing Language Association Professional Development Albany, NY.
Topic: Accents and Dialects from Phonetics to Assessment.
- April 22, 2017 Presenter NYS Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention Saratoga, NY.
Topic: An International Assessment-The Key Components
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