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Faculty & Clinical Professionals

Name Contact Specialty
Sarah Angerman
PhD, CCC-A, Associate Clinical Specialist
119G Shevlin Hall
612-624-2617
erick147@umn.edu
Hearing evaluation and hearing aid fitting, auditory processing, hearing conservation
Jessica Brown
PhD, CCC-SLP, Assistant Professor
53 Shevlin Hall
612-626-9688
brow4565@umn.edu
Adult language and cognitive disorders, functional rehabilitation, traumatic brain injury, aphasia, eye tracking and visual processing, concussion
Evelyn Davies-Venn
PhD, CCC-A, Assistant Professor
119C Shevlin Hall
612-626-0317
venn@umn.edu
Hearing impairment and cochlear implants, hearing aid signal processing, spectral and temporal processing, cognitive influences on hearing, computational modeling of auditory processing
Arlene Carney
PhD, Professor
36 Shevlin Hall
612-626-4733
carne005@umn.edu
Children with hearing loss, development of speech perception and speech production skills, rehabilitative audiology
Mark DeRuiter
PhD, CCC-A/SLP, Clinical Program Director
Director of Graduate Studies
105 Shevlin Hall
612-624-5755
derui001@umn.edu
Speech perception, disordered language development, auditory processing disorders, ethical issues in audiology
Lizbeth Finestack
PhD, Assistant Professor
54 Shevlin Hall
612-626-8377
finestac@umn.edu
Child language; language intervention; developmental disabilities: Down Syndrome, Fragile X Syndrome; specific language impairment/primary language disorder
Marilyn Fairchild
CCC-SLP, Clinical Specialist
17 Shevlin Hall
612-624-3322
fairc003@umn.edu
Speech-language pathology, literacy/speech-language impairments
Linda Hinderscheit
MA, CCC-SLP, Clinical Specialist
215G Shevlin Hall
612-624-8590
hinde001@umn.edu
Developmental disabilities/communication disorders, stuttering/cluttering, literacy/speech-language impairments
Becky Lulai
CCC-SLP, Clinical Specialist
17 Shevlin Hall
612-624-9314
lude0008@umn.edu
Cognitive rehabilitation and brain injury, stroke rehabilitation, selective mutism
Benjamin Munson
PhD, Professor
47 Shevlin Hall
612-624-0304
munso005@umn.edu
Speech-sound development in children, childhood speech-sound disorders, the influence of social stereotypes on speech perception, speech production, speech perception, experimental methods in speech and language research, children's word learning
Peggy Nelson
PhD, CCC-A, Professor
34 Shevlin Hall
612-625-4569
nelso477@umn.edu
Audiology, hearing aid signal processing, hearing gloss, psychoacoustics, speech perception
Pat Poluha
PhD, CCC-SLP, Instructor
28 Shevlin Hall
612-626-7406
poluh001@umn.edu
 
Joe Reichle
PhD, Professor
28 Shevlin Hall; 247C Education Sciences Bldg.
612-625-6542
reich001@umn.edu
Communication intervention, language disorders, severely handicapped populations, speech-language pathology
Robert Schlauch
PhD, Professor
Chair
205A Shevlin Hall
612-624-7001
schla001@umn.edu
Hearing measurement, cognitive influences on hearing, diagnostic audiometry, psychophysical procedures, selective attention, intensity and loudness coding in listeners with normal hearing and hearing loss, hearing loss caused by intense sounds
Jayanthi Sasisekaran
PhD, Associate Professor
220B Shevlin Hall
612-626-6001
sasis001@umn.edu
Stuttering, psycholinguistic processes, dual task performance, language-speech motor interface
Sheri Stronach
PhD, Assistant Professor
225C Shevlin Hall
612-625-9326
sstronac@umn.edu
Early identification of autism spectrum disorder, social communication development, effects of culture on early social communication
Peter Watson
PhD, Associate Professor
Director of Undergraduate Studies
51 Shevlin Hall
612-624-1010
pjwatson@umn.edu
Speech motor control, neuronal activity in relation to speech, prosody and its control
Kerry Witherell
AuD, CCC-A, Associate Clinical Specialist
119P Shevlin Hall
612-301-1052
kwithere@umn.edu
Adult audiologic services, pediatric audiologic services, implantable devices
Yang Zhang
PhD, Associate Professor
49 Shevlin Hall
612-624-7878
zhang470@umn.edu
Auditory neuroscience, speech and voice perception, learning and cognitive development, magnetocephalography (MEG), event-related potentials (ERP), functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI)

Additional Graduate Faculty

Name Contact Specialty
Mary Kennedy
PhD, CCC, Adjunct Faculty
markenne@chapman.edu Adult language and cognitive disorders, traumatic brain injury, cognitive rehabilitation and brain injury
David Nelson
PhD, Emeritus Professor of Otolaryngology
8-323 Phillips-Wangensteen Building
612-626-4689
dan@umn.edu
 
Timothy Trine
PhD
tim_trine@starkey.com  
Dianne Van Tasell
PhD
   

Emeritus Faculty

Name
Patricia Broen
PhD
Julia M. Davis (deceased)
PhD
Samuel Haroldson
MA
Kathryn Kohnert
PhD
Frank Lassman (deceased)
PhD
Karlind Moller
PhD
Richard McDermott (deceased)
PhD
Gerald Siegel (deceased)
PhD
Charles Speaks
PhD
Jane Carlstrom
AuD, CCC-A, Clinical Specialist