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Karen Goltz Stein, MA, CCC-SLP

  • Karen SteinAssistant Professor, Retired

    • Office: Davis Hall, Room 204
    • E-mail: kstein@iup.edu
    • Office Phone: 724-357-2450

    Education

    • BS – Edinboro University of PA, 1974 – Speech Pathology and Audiology
    • MA – Kent State University, 1975 – Speech Pathology

    Teaching Areas

    SPLP 420, Undergraduate Speech Clinic
    SPLP 111, Introduction to Communication Disorders SPLP 635, Professional Issues Seminar
    SPLP 661/671, Advanced Clinical Practicum

    Professional Service

    Past President, Pennsylvania Speech-Language –Hearing Association
    PA Board of Examiners in Speech-Language and Hearing ( past chair and member )

    Professional Interests

    Administration and Supervision (Member, ASHA Special Interest Group # 11)
    Aphasia and related cognitive-linguistic disorders
    Dysphagia
    Head and neck surgery rehabilitation
    Administration of clinical programs in health care settings

    Professional certifications

    PA Dept. of Education, Instructional I Certificate in Speech Correction, 1974
    ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology, 1975
    Commonwealth of PA, License in Speech-Language Pathology, 1985

    Selected presentations

    Keller, E.,Stein, D.W., and Stein, K.G. (2011). The Clinical Fellowship Experience. Oral presentation at the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention.

    Stein, K.G. (2010). Don’t Just Get a Job, Get a Job that You Deserve. Oral presentation at the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention.

    Goldman, A. & Stein, K.G. (2009). Pennsylvania Licensure and Continuing Education Requirements. Oral presentation at the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention.

    Stein, K.G. & Goldman, A. (2008). Your Pennsylvania License: Understanding the NEW Continuing Education Requirements. Oral presentation at the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention