Students and Faculty Present Research at Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Posted by: Elizabeth Richardson on May 2, 2019, No Comments

Thirty students and faculty members from East Stroudsburg University’s department of communication sciences and disorders attended the annual convention for Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association April 10-13 in Lancaster, Pa. Several also gave presentations on research and clinical work.

Presentations included:

Cassandra Hess, a graduate student studying communication sciences and disorders from Pottstown, Pa., Danielle Farrand, a graduate student studying communication sciences and disorders from Sparta, N.J., Tyler Lawson, a graduate student studying a communication sciences and disorders from Schnecksville, Pa.; LuAnn Batson-Magnuson, Ph.D., associate professor of communication sciences and disorders, Susan Dillmuth-Miller, AuD., assistant professor of communication sciences and disorders, and Rachel Wolf, Ph.D., associate professor of communication sciences and disorders; Service Learning: The Best We Have to Offer

Dr. Dillmuth-Miller, and Elaine Shuey, PhD, professor and department chair of communication sciences and disorders; Sudden Onset Sensorineural Hearing Loss: Audiologist and Patient Perspectives

Carly Gregas, a senior majoring in communication sciences and disorders from Ashland, Pa., and Dr. Batson-Magnuson, Ph.D..; Prospective Analysis of Memory Performance in Patients With Lyme Disease

Samantha Ward, a senior majoring in communication sciences and disorders from Swarthmore, Pa., and Dr. Wolf; Language Screener Performance by Early and Late Four Year Olds

Brooke Lyons, a senior majoring in communication sciences and disorders from Sellersville, Pa., Elizabeth Hawley, a senior majoring in communication sciences and disorders from Sinking Spring, Pa., Dillmuth-Miller, and Alexis Rodgers, audiologist; Cochlear Implant Awareness and Knowledge Among Healthcare Professionals

Batson-Magnuson; Word Finding and Executive Functioning in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Shannon Johnson, a graduate student studying communication sciences and disorders from Bethlehem, Pa., Megan Lawrence, a  graduate student studying communication sciences and disorders from Emmaus, Pa., Dr. Shuey; Maximum Phonation Time and Aerobic Exercise

Nia Lombardo, a senior majoring in communication sciences and disorders from Avoca, Pa. Ann Millett, assistant professor of communication sciences and disorders, and Bonnie Green, Ph.D., professor of psychology; Peer Impact on Phonemic Development

Kayla Altland, a senior majoring in communication sciences and disorders from Robesonia, Pa., Shuey; The Financial Cost of Five Types of Dementia

Victoria Gross, a junior majoring in communication sciences and disorders from York, Pa., Dillmuth-Miller; Use of Sign Language in Aphasia Therapy

Hawley, Lyons, Dillmuth-Miller; Physician Knowledge Regarding Cochlear Implants and Candidacy

For more information about communication sciences and disorders at ESU please contact Dr. Shuey by calling 570-422-3681 or email eshuey@esu.edu.