IUP faculty and students from the speech-language pathology program attended and served in a variety of capacities at the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s (PSHA) annual convention in Lancaster, Pa.
Fifteen students attended, some volunteering to help with registration. The following faculty and students were involved in presentations or leadership roles:
- Craig Coleman, M.A., BRS-FD; Sara MacIntyre, B.A.
Presentation: “Stuttering Treatment: Targeting Goals that Make a Difference”
Craig Coleman is PSHA president-elect
- Hanna Gratzmiller, B.S. (current graduate student); Lori Lombard (faculty advisor)
Poster presentation: “A Comparison of Laryngeal Diadochokinetic Tasks”
- Lisa Hammett Price
Presentation: “Interacting with Children: Clinical Skills for New SLP’s”
- Cynthia McCormick Richburg
Presentation: “(Central) Auditory Processing Disorders: From Identification to Management”
- David Stein
Presentation: “Don’t Let History Repeat: Anonymous Tales From the License Board”
Served as the vice chair for a meeting of the Board of Examiners in Speech-Language and Hearing
- Karen Goltz Stein: PSHA president
Presided over the annual business meeting and awards luncheon. Continues to serve as past-president over the next year