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Elizabeth Eernisse

Concordia University Wisconsin

Rachel Glade

University of Arkansas - Fayetteville

Nia Johnson

South Carolina State University

Nola Radford

University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

I am a professor and Director of Clinical Education and Clinical Research at the University of TN Health Science Center, Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology (2016-2020). I have supported increased research activity among the 12 doctoral and master-level clinical faculty members for whom I serve as the immediate administrator. I am a certified specialist in fluency disorders since 2002, with a recent lifetime honor appointment as an accredited specialist in fluency disorders by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association.  I completed a postdoctoral fellow with an emphasis on research relative to effective treatment of stuttering in 2001-2002, funded by the Center on Minority Research in Special Education of the University of Virginia. I was pleased to publish my curriculum, Smooth Talking, providing a framework, particularly for student clinicians and speech-language pathologists in public schools. I am most proud of developing and implementing emergency plans for students to complete spring off-campus rotation and graduate on time May 2020! I am relieved and pleased.

Jennifer Simpson

Purdue University
Monitoring Officer

Jennifer Smart

Grand Valley State University

Sarah Wallace

University of Pittsburgh
Chair

Sarah E. Wallace PhD, CCC-SLP is a Professor and Program Director for the Master's in Speech-Language Pathology in the Communication Science and Disorders Department at the University of Pittsburgh. 

Dr. Wallace also directs the Communication and Cognition Lab (https://www.facebook.com/CommunicationAndCognitionLab/). Dr. Wallace is a certified speech-language pathologist with clinical experience providing services to individuals with acquired communication disorders. At Duquesne University she teaches the following graduate courses: Aphasia in Adults, Neurocognitive Communication Disorders, Augmentative and Alternative Communication with Lab, and Capstone in Evidence-Based Practice. 

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