David W. Stein, PhD, CCC-SLP

  • Professor, Retired

    • Office: Davis Hall, Room 203
    • E-mail: dwstein@iup.edu
    • Office Phone: 724-357-2450


    • BSEd – IUP, 1975 – Speech Pathology and Audiology
    • MA – Kent State University, 1976 – Speech Pathology
    • PhD – University of Pittsburgh, 1984 – Communication Disorders

    Teaching Areas

    SPLP 342 Speech Science II: Neuroscience
    SPLP 600 Neurolinguistics
    SPLP 632 Neurologic Communication Disorders
    SPLP661/671 Advanced Clinical Practicum

    Professional Service and Honors

    Vice chair, PA Board of Examiners in Speech-Language and Hearing
    Honors of the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association (PSHA, 2011)
    Past President of the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association (2008-2009)

    Professional Interests

    Aphasia and related cognitive-linguistic disorders (Member, ASHA Special Interest Group #2).
    Motor speech disorders
    Head and neck surgery rehabilitation
    Administration of clinical programs in health care settings
    Governance of volunteer boards

    Dr. Stein’s research explores clinical outcomes in aphasia, dysarthria, and oropharyngeal swallowing disorders.

    Professional certifications

    PA Dept. of Education, Instructional I Certificate in Speech Correction, 1975
    ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology, 1976
    Commonwealth of PA, License in Speech-Language Pathology, 1985

    Selected Presentations at PSHA

    Don’t let history repeat: Anonymous tales from the licensure board (2012)
    Factors SLPs use to determine discharge placement from neurologic rehabilitation (2011)
    School’s out—now about that Clinical Fellowship (2011)
    Sharing your answers from the license renewals: Any new questions? (2011)

    Selected Publications

    Articles for the Keystater as PSHA President

    Stein, D.W. (2006). Dysphagia and patients with Alzheimer’s. SpeechPathology.com

    Pauloski, Rademaker, Logemann, McConnel, Heiser, Cardinale, Lazarus, Pelzer, Stein, & Beery. (2004). Surgical variables affecting swallowing in patients treated for oral/oropharyngeal cancer. Head & Neck, 26(7), 625-36.