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1 Cochlear Connection As the fall semester comes to a close, the Speech-Language Pathology department is packing up its offices and the Leader Clinic. The department is relocating to the new Human Resources Building with the Nursing program for the spring 2011 semester! New Human Resource Building Twenty-one SLP graduate students and Professor Cindy Grazio attended the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association s Convention, held in downtown Philadelphia on November 17-20, The convention experience allowed the students to learn We re Moving! ASHA in Philadelphia new information and to strengthen their professional knowledge in the speech-language and hearing fields. The students spent three days attending a variety of lectures, visiting product exhibit and career fair booths, viewing poster sessions, and talking The new building, located along the southwest edge of Mallory Lake, offers many opportunities for academic learning and professional development. The SLP department is located on the second floor, which houses a classroom-seminar workshop room equipped with the latest teaching technology, a graduate student workroom, and a graduate student librarypreparation room. There are eight faculty offices, including two for the clinic director and the program director near the front of the clinic. The clinic lobby is equipped with a play area for clients as they wait with young children. The clinic has six treatment rooms, plus an adult treatment room, a pediatric treatment room, a fluency lab, an audiometric testing room, and an instrument lab with repair shop. The therapy rooms offer private observation areas so families can view treatment sessions without interruption. In addition, the therapy rooms are wired for DVD recording for reviewing and storing treatment sessions. The SLP department is excited to open a new chapter in its program, as treatment services begin in the Human Resources Building. with specialists and potential employers. Many students also took advantage of the opportunity view the historical sites that Philadelphia offers, including Independence Hall that houses the Liberty Bell and Betsy Ross s home. (continued on page 5) Edinboro University of PA Volume 2, Issue 1 Fall 2010 Created by Rosa Gerber Edited by Dr. Char Molrine Inside this issue: New Faces at Leader 2-4 Alumni News/Awards 4 ASHA in Philly 5 Alumni Conference 6 Scholarships 7 NSSLHA News 7 Program Statistics 7 2nd Year Placements 8

2 New Faces around Leader Clinic Amy Jacobs The Leader Clinic welcomes Amy Jacobs as a clinic supervisor for the fall semester. She has been a site supervisor at Meadville Medical Clinic for the past 15 years, during which she managed more than 20 students from the EUP speechlanguage pathology program. Mrs. Jacobs has a MS in Speech -Language Pathology from Clarion University and holds her CCC-SLP. She treats people of all ages, including the pediatric and geriatric populations. She has special interests in school-age children with auditory processing disorders and adults suffering with dysphagia (swallowing difficulty). Mrs. Jacobs currently works part-time at Meadville Medical Center, where she has been employed for 18 years. At MMC, she works in acute care, inpatient rehab, transitional care, and outpatient therapy. Through her experience in supervising students at the Leader Clinic, Mrs. Jacobs says, I love to see the clinicians grow into knowledgeable and competent speech-language pathologists. I hope that as their clinical supervisor I can help them become successful speech-language pathologists. Mrs. Jacobs lives with her husband, Duane, and two children, Sarah (age 17) and Logan (age 14). She takes pride in being very involved in her children s lives, including being a super sports mom, an activities coordinator, and a whip up something fast chef. Over the summer, the Leader Clinic welcomed Linda Davis as the new secretary for the Speech- Language Department. Linda has worked at EUP for 28 years, as the Linda Davis Psychology Department Secretary, as a temporary secretary for the Campus Police, and on the custodial staff. After working in the Psychology Department for the last 24 years, Linda felt ready for a new challenge. She has a bachelors of arts in Psychology with a minor History and feels the new position of Leader Clinic is a great fit to utilize her education and to continue to be involved with the students and faculty. Her warm smile and friendly personality help create a welcoming environment for the Leader Clinic. Linda has been happily married to her husband, Roger, for nearly 33 years. They have two children, Josh and Allie, and one grandson, Kyler. She lives in Edinboro and enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She also enjoys traveling, boating on Edinboro Lake, Julie Haas Julie Haas has served as temporary faculty in the SLP department at Edinboro University for several years. This year, she is teaching Communication across the Lifespan for undergraduate students and leading the second half of the semester for the graduate course Language Disorders, while Dr. Leigh is on maternity leave. language pathology from Kent State University. She specializes in working with young children using a family-based approach to intervention. She currently operates a private practice in Erie. Many of the children that she treats have an Autistic Spectrum Disorder, and she is inter- Professor Haas received her BA in psychology from Allegheny College and her MA in speechested in working with children with a Central Auditory Processing Disorder. Professor Haas has also served as a volunteer on a cleft palate team for over 15 years. Professor Haas lives with her husband in North East. They have three children and an Old English Sheep dog. Page 2 Cochlear Connection

3 Janet Trychin Dr. Janet Trychin joins the Speech- Language Pathology department this fall to supervise hearing screenings throughout Erie County and to aid with the Early Intervention Class. She specializes in early intervention, aural rehabilitation, educational audiology, and assistive equipment. Professor Trychin earned bachelors and masters degrees from San Jose State University and completed her doctorate in Audiology at the University of Florida. She completed her ASHA certification as CCC-A, received her license in three states (PA, CA, and VA), and is certified for a rehabilitation teaching in California. From the University of Florida, Dr. Trychin received the Mark Phelan Memorial Scholarship Award for Excellence in Academic Achievement and the Achievement Award from Sweetwater Optimist Club in San Diego. Currently working at the Gertrude Barber National Institute s Early Intervention Program, Professor Trychin previously served on the faculty at Howard University in Washington, DC, and at the University of Akron. She worked in the San Diego and Monterey County School Districts in California and had private practice on Bainbridge Island and in Seattle. Professor Trychin s husband, Sam Trychin, is a psychology professor at Penn State Behrend in Erie and is hearing impaired. For the past 25 years, he has specialized in group work with people who have hearing loss and their families through a program he developed, Living with Hearing Loss. Not having taught a class at Edinboro University before, Professor Trychin said she loved being in a room with students who are interested in a variety of aspects of communication. Regina Rupert Regina Rupert joins the Speech- Language Pathology team as a clinic supervisor with emphasis on early intervention for the fall semester. ogy from Edinboro University. She specializes in pediatric feeding and swallowing, sensory integration dysfunction, and nutrition and cognition. The married mother of two children also has continuing education credits towards a master of arts degree in Holistic Nutrition. Mrs. Rupert currently works at the Meadville Medical Center. Previously, she served in both the progressive care unit and long term care unit at Hamot Medical Center and in long term care at Nova Care. She has also been self employed, specializing in accent reduction and, through AFLAC, in early intervention. Mrs. Rupert is excited to be sharing her early intervention experiences with graduate students in the Leader Clinic at Edinboro University. Chris Schumaker Christine (Chris) Shumaker joins the speech-language pathology department as a supervisor for the Leader Clinic during the fall semester. She is serving as an augmentative/alternative communication (AAC) consultant with two graduate student clinicians with AAC clients. Mrs. Shumaker has a M.S. from Clarion University and holds her PA license and CCC-SLP/L. Her primary area of specialty is AAC. She has Having earned her CCC-SLP credentials, Mrs. Rupert completed her bachelor of science degree in Speech Pathology from Indiana University and her master of arts in Speech-Language Patholworked as an SLP for the past 20 years in various settings, including rehab for brain injury at Lake Erie Institute of Rehabilitation, hospital at St. Vincent s, and skilled nursing facilities. In working at the Leader Clinic for the fall semester, Mrs. Shumaker is excited about expanding the AAC program as the clinic moves into the new building for the spring semester. She is incorporating ongoing technology for new child and adult clients. (continued on page 4) Volume 2, Issue 1 Page 3

4 New Faces around Leader Clinic (continued from page 3) Diane Sabo The Speech- Language Pathology Department welcomes interim professor Dr. Diane Sabo to teach courses in audiology, while Dr. Roy Shinn is on sabbatical. Dr. Sabo earned her PhD in Audiology from the University of Pittsburgh and completed her CCC-A credentials. Her specialty is in pediatric audiology. She currently serves as the Director of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology at Children s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Previous honors include PA Department of Health Service Award Excellence for her work in newborn hearing screening. In her free time, Dr. Sabo enjoys cooking and gardening. During the fall semester, Dr. Sabo is teaching her first two classes at Edinboro University, Audiology for the Speech -Language Pathologist and Introduction to Audiology, with hopes for a good teaching-learning experience for all. Patti Schaal The Speech-Language Pathology department is excited to welcome Patti Schaal back for the fall semester. Professor Schaal returns to the department to teach the Fluency Disorders class. In the past, she had taught the Fluency Disorders and Voice Disorders classes. She has dedicated most of her career to the treatment of fluency disorders, with a focus on stuttering, and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to share with students. Doug Roth This fall, Doug Roth joins the Speech-Language Pathology department to teach the Voice Disorders class. Professor Roth works as a singing voice specialist at UPMC Voice Center. He holds music degrees from the University of Cincinnati College- Conservatory of Music and Arizona State University and earned his degree in speech pathology from Indiana University. Professor Roth is currently pursuing a PhD in Speech Pathology at the University of Pittsburgh. He also sings professionally as a tenor in the Pittsburgh area and maintains an active private voice studio. Professor Roth s areas of research interests are in the laryngeal effects of allergy and the methods by which people learn skilled vocal behaviors. CCC s Awarded ACE Award Alumni News The Certification of Clinical Competence (CCC) is awarded by ASHA to clinicians who complete a supervised year of post-graduate clinical work. Amber Trask earned CCC recognition in July She graduated from EUP in May 2009 and is currently employed by the Warren County School District, where she works with the K-12 population. The Award for Continuing Education (ACE) award is given by ASHA to those individuals who demonstrated a commitment to lifelong learning by earning 7.0 ASHA CEU s within a 36-month period. Michelle Franz earned the ACE Award in She graduated EUP in 1995 and is currently employed at Aegis Therapies where she works primarily with the geriatric population. Isaac Joseph Imler was born March 31, 2010, to Jill (Zamierowski) Imler (graduated 2002) and her husband. He joins big sister Elizabeth Mary, 2 years old, and big brother Charles David, 4 years old. Michele Rundquist-Franz (graduated 1995) celebrated the birth of her granddaughter, Kayleigh Lorraine, on September 23, Kayleigh joins big brother Emory, 3 years old. Page 4 Cochlear Connection

5 ASHA in Philadelphia (continued from page 1) Students received substantial monetary support from EUP s Graduate Professional Development Program to help defray the cost of the conference and trip. Several students share their experiences: ASHA was such a refreshing experience. It was a rejuvenating experience to be around expert SLP's from around the nation with very different specialties. I found the exhibitor fair to be particularly interesting as I was able to talk with employers and researchers and observe a variety of new therapy tools and techniques. The sessions that I attended really helped me to hone in on my unique area of interest and provided me with a wealth of useful information to use in my future therapy sessions. I am so glad that I people involved in the field. My favorite part of the ASHA Convention was the NSSLHA Day. Several informative session were offered. I went to the Crash Course on Techniques session, where graduate students had the opportunity to talk with experts in a specialty in a round-robin setting. Topics included overviews and techniques for disorders in voice, fluency, TBI, hearing aids, cochlear implants, neurogenics, phonology, and autism spectrum disorders. -Rosa Gerber, first year graduate student We were very fortunate to have ASHA in Philadelphia! foundation of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure and hearing the ASHA president, Tommie Robinson, speak the importance of leadership. Additionally, this educational experience was coupled with enjoyment from great shopping and Philadelphia s rich history. -Halley Marchese, second year graduate student As a first-year graduate student, attending the 2010 ASHA Convention was a privileged experience! In only three days, I was able to learn an abundance of new information on topics ranging from autism to Alzehim- attended and I cannot wait for next year! -Kim Buettner, first year graduate student ASHA was a great experience! It was exciting to see how expanse the speechlanguage and hearing fields are and to hear about new advances and research being developed. It was also interesting to meet so many such a large number First year graduate students Ashley Arnold, Danielle Hyde, and Lauren Mehalik of students attend the ASHA conference in Philadelphia this year. Between the general and poster board sessions and the exhibit hall and career fair, an abundance of functional information was provided; ultimately motivating us to excel in our field. Many great experiences were presented for us such as listening to Nancy G. Brinker discuss the process and motivation that led to the er s disease. Speaking to representatives at the career fair was a great way to network with prospective employers and gain experience in professionalism. It was inspiring to be in the presence of so many professionals who have such passion and enthusiasm for their career. Seeing and listening to the latest research by the experts of our field was fascinating. Upon leaving, I was able to take home not only a wealth of information and a list of therapy ideas, but also the ambition to continue to aim high. -Lauren Mehalik, first year graduate student Volume 2, Issue 1 Page 5

6 22nd Annual Alumni Conference On September 24, the Speech- Language Pathology department hosted the 22 nd Annual Alumni Conference at Edinboro First year grad students Danielle Franklin & Kailey Lechefsky University. The conference featured two guest speakers. Dr. Scott Yaruss discussed treating stuttering in school-age children, while Dr. Michelle Bourgeois spoke about using spaced retrieval strategies with people with dementia. A memorial recognition and celebration was held during the conference s luncheon in honor of Dr. Frank Johnson. Dr. Frank Johnson Memorial During the luncheon for the alumni conference, the department honored the late Dr. Francis Frank R. Johnson, the founder of the Speech and Hearing Disorders program at EUP, with a plaque in recognition for his years of service. Dr. Johnson s vision and experience led to the flourishing bachelor and master degree programs offered through the university. He was also actively involved in planning and equipping an on-campus clinic for speech and hearing. Dr. Johnson s family was present to participate in the celebration. Dr. Scott Yaruss Dr. J. Scott Yaruss presented his short course Practical Treatment Strategies for School-Age Children Who Stutter. Dr. Yaruss is an ASHA Fellow, board-recognized specialist and mentor in fluency disorders, and associate professor and director of the MA/MS programs in Speech- Language Pathology/Communication Speaker Scott Yaruss Science and Disorders at the University of Pittsburgh. The seminar offered a description of the nature of stuttering in school-age children to foster understanding and rationale for treatment for clinicians. The presentation emphasized the importance of developing appropriate individualized therapy plans for each student through diagnostic and treatment strategies considering the entirety of the stuttering disorder. Dr. Yaruss provided specific treatment goals and strategies for generalization of gained skills in and out of therapy. Dr. Michelle Bourgeois Dr. Michelle S. Bourgeois offered her presentations on Effective Visual and Graphic Memory Cueing Strategies for Clients with Dementia and Spaced-Retrieval: A Cognitive Intervention to Compensate for Memory Impairments. Dr. Bourgeois is a professor in the Speech and Hearing Sciences department at Ohio State University, and she was honored as an ASHA Fellow at the ASHA Convention in November Dr. Bourgeois described of a range of memory and language deficits that were treatable with visual cueing and applied visual cueing technology to problem behaviors in a variety of settings. She encouraged clinicians to construct an assortment of visual cueing stimuli, such as memory First year grad student Jessica Barkhurst and speaker Michelle Bourgeois books, reminder cards, memo boards, etc. Dr. Bourgeois also stressed the importance of understanding problems with assessing quality of life in patients with dementia. First year grad student Lauren Mehalik, Kara Dreikorn, and Christina Marquez Page 6 Cochlear Connection

7 First Year Graduates Receive Scholarships During the 22 nd Annual Alumni Conference luncheon, two first year graduate students received scholarships in recognition of their accomplishments in the Speech-Language Pathology department at Edinboro University. Danielle Franklin of Panama, NY, was awarded the Dr. Frank Johnson Scholarship, which provides a modest sum to help with academic expenses. The Dr. Frank Johnson Scholarship was established in 1999 and is presented annually to a high achieving first year MASLP student who received a bachelor degree in SLP from EUP. Dr. Johnson, who passed away in September 2006, was instrumental in establishing the undergraduate program in Speech and Hearing Disorders in 1960, as well as implementing an on-campus clinic. Kara Dreikorn of Johnstown, PA, was honored with the Dennis Ranalli Award, NSSLHA News which also provides a modest monetary amount for school-related costs. The award is given to an accomplished first year graduate student who received a bachelor degree in SLP from EUP. Mr. Ranalli earned an undergraduate degree in Speech and Hearing at EUP in the 1970s. He has served on the EUP Alumni Board and is a member of the EU Athletic Hall of Fame for tennis. On September 25, members of the EUP Speech and Hearing Club participated in the Memory Walk in Erie to raise money to benefit the care, support, and research efforts of the Alzheimer s Association. During the month of September, the club recruited 37 graduate and undergraduate students of the SLP program to fundraise for the event. Members of the team joined 425 people for the Memory Walk and picnic at Liberty Park in Erie. The EUP team contributed $563 to the almost $67,000 raised. Speech and Hearing Club members participate in Memory Walk During the 22 nd Annual Alumni Conference at EUP, the Speech and Hearing Club organized a fundraiser for Speech Generating Devices (SGD). An informational pamphlet was included in every person s itinerary folder. During lunch, club members collected money for the purchase of an SGD, while Dean Terry Smith gave his entire presentation using an SGD to demonstrate how they operate of their use. and to increase awareness On October 23, members of the undergraduate and graduate Speech and Hearing Club gathered to participate in RAKE (Random Acts of Kindness in Edinboro). The students raked and bagged leaves around neighborhoods of Edinboro, working in morning and afternoon shifts, as a service to the community. In December, club members wrote letters to soldiers serving overseas to show support and share holiday cheer. The club also held its annual banquet at Nick s Place to celebrate the successful semester with department professors and students. Second year graduate students voted for each other on class superlatives, while first year graduate students voted on TV reality show titles for the professors. The banquet also served as a goodbye to the second year students. NSSLHA chapter officers: Events Coordinator Cayla Zukowski, Treasurer Halley Marchese, Secretary Laurel McCrory, and President Kari Allgeier (Vice- President Stephanie Braun not pictured) Program Statistics 2010 National Examination in Speech- Language Pathology (NESP) 2010: Number of Students: 20 Number & Percent Passed: 20 (100%) Median NESP Exam Scores: Performance Range: Median Score: 660 Program Completion Rate (%): 2010 Graduates: 20/20 (100%) Employment Placement Rates in Profession (%): 19/20 (95%) Volume 2, Issue 1 Page 7

8 Where are the Second Year Graduate Students Going? Student Pediatric Placement Adult Placement Kari Allgeier Colorado Springs District 11 Colorado Springs, CO Stephanie Braun Hams Hill Elementary The Buffalo VA Medical Center Williamsville, NY Buffalo, NY Teresa Casey West Palm Beach School District Medspeech West Palm Beach, FL Palm Beach Gardens, FL JoAnn Cimarolli-Wykoff Chestnut Hill Elem/JS Wilson St. Vincent Health System Amy Corbran Wattsburg Elementary Center Hamot Medical Center Alisha Dickey University Park Elementary School HealthSouth-Harmarville Rachel Dolan Hilliard (OH) School District Riverside Methodist Hospital Hilliard, OH Columbus, OH Sara Farley West End Elementary School Meadville Medical Center Meadville, PA Meadville, PA Kevin Farr Northwestern Elementary School St. Vincent Health System Gina Girt Cochranton Elementary School Meadville Medical Center Meadville, PA Meadville, PA Mike Grande Ridgefield Elementary School Hamot Medical Center Halley Marchese Ft. LeBoeuf School District Select Specialty Laurel McCrory Mount Lebanon School District UPMC-Mercy Hospital Deb McMechan Weisman s Children s Hospital Lancaster General Hospital Marlton, NJ Lancaster, PA Stephanie Pace Iroquois Elementary School Potoker-Hoehn/VA Medical Center Danielle Siard Pittsburgh Public Schools UPMC-Shadyside Hali Snyder Fairview Elementary School Ashtabula Medical Center Fairview, PA Ashtabula, OH Erik Undzius Erie School District HealthSouth-Erie Katie Vaughn Maplewood Elementary School HealthSouth-Erie Townville, PA Cayla Zukowski Center Valley School District Good Shepard Rehab Hospital Monaca, PA Allentown, PA

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