Faculty & Staff

Faculty Search: Assistant Professor or Assistant Clinical Professor of Speech Language Pathology (August 2018)

Name and Title Interests Contact Information

Saradha Ananthakrishnan

Assistant Professor

Audiology

Characterization of the human frequency following response to steady state vowels, time varying diphthongs and speech in background noise in normal hearing and sensorineural hearing impairment; Neural plasticity in the auditory system; Cortical potentials in normal hearing and hearing impaired populations; relationship between cortical and sub-cortical evoked potentials.  

sananthakrishnan@towson.edu

410-704-6369

Van Bokkelen, Room 103 D

JB Begue

Lecturer

Deaf Studies

 Sign Language Education; Sign Language films

410-561-6186

Van Bokkelen, Room 008

 

Sheryl Cooper, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Deaf Studies Program Coordinator

The Deafblind Community; The Jewish Deaf Community; Interpreting; Academic Status of Sign Language in Institutions of Higher Education in the United States; Career Paths of Deaf Studies Graduates; Service Learning in Deaf Studies  

scooper@towson.edu

410-704-2436
VP 443-377-3438

Van Bokkelen, Room 018

Jody H. Cripps, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Deaf Studies

Reading process in deaf children; Language acquisition; Educational and signed language linguistics; Signed language pathology; Signed music

VP 443-275-9448

Van Bokkelen, Room 011

Karen Day, M.S.

Clinical Associate Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

 Early identification of speech and language disorders; interprofessional collaboration; speech/language intervention for preschoolers in a natural environment

410-704-4022

Olympic Place, Room 420 (Institute for Well-Being)                

Diana Emanuel, Ph.D.

Professor

Department Chairperson

 Program development; Hearing Science; Pedagogy

410-704-2417

Van Bokkelen, Room 105

Paul Evitts, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

 Cognitive work load and voice disorders; Voice options following laryngectomy; Adult neurogenic disorders; Dysphagia; Eye-gaze and speech perception

410-704-3860

Van Bokkelen, Room 109F

Karen Fallon, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Program Director

Literacy; Childhood Language Disorders; Language Development; Learning Differences; Adult & Adolescent Language & Literacy kfallon@towson.edu

410-704-2437

Van Bokkelen, Room 103E

Lisa M. Geary, M.S.

Clinical Assistant Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

Instructional Technology in Speech-Language Therapy; AAC/ Assistive Technology, Child Language Disorders; Autism & Related Disorders; Language and Literacy in Low Income Families 

410-704-7547

Olympic Place, Room 417 (Institute for Well-Being)

 

Sharon Glennen, Ph.D.

Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

Director, Institute for Well Being 

Language Disorders in Children; Language Development and Disorders in Internationally Adopted Children; Augmentative and Alternative Communication 
410-704-3097

 

Olympic Place, Room 423 (Institute for Well-Being)

 

Kathleen Hajdamacha

Lecturer

Deaf Studies

ASL teaching

 

410-704-4153

Van Bokkelen, Room 006

 

Iona Johnson, M.S.

Clinical Associate Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

Stroke recovery; adult neurogenic speech and language disorders; aphasia; accent modification; dysphagia 
410-704-5376
Olympic Place, Room 418 (Institute for Well-Being) 

Peggy Korczak, Ph.D.

Professor

Audiology

 
Auditory electrophysiology, central auditory processing, and otoacoustic emissions   
410-704-5903
Van Bokkelen, Room 109D

Amanda N. Kozlowski, Au.D.

Audiology Clinic Director

Vestibular testing; hearing instruments; cochlear implants; clinical supervision 

410-704-3616
Olympic Place, Room 426 (Institute for Well-Being)

 

Christina Yeager Pelatti, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

Language Development and Disorders; Emergent Literacy; Effective Interventions targeting language and literacy in children

410-704-5375

Van Bokkelen Hall, Room 103A

Mark Pellowski, Ph.D.

Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

The assessment and treatment of stuttering (and other fluency disorders) across the lifespan; The relationship between speech rate and stuttering; The speech and language abilities of people who stutter
410-704-5899
Van Bokkelen, Room 109E

Karen Pottash, M.A.

Speech-Language Pathology Clinic Director

Clinical supervision; diagnostics; child articulation and phonology; child language, child fluency
410-704-3607
Olympic Place, Room 425 (Institute for Well-Being)

Jennifer Smart, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Audiology Graduate Program Director

Auditory Processing Abilities of Young Adults with Asperger’s Syndrome; Efficacy of personal FM systems for children with auditory processing disorder (APD); Test-retest reliability of APD assessments; Reported benefits and use of personal FM systems for children with APD; Communication options for people with Neurofibromatosis Type 2
410-704-3105
Van Bokkelen, Room 102

Elise Smith, Au.D.

Assistant Clinical Professor

Undergraduate Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology Program Coordinator

Diagnostic Audiology; adult and pediatric populations; Hearing Aids

Vestibular Assessment and Rehabilitation; Electrophysiology

410-704-5539

Olympic Place, Room 416 (Institute for Well-Being)

Nirmal Srinivasan Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Audiology

 

 Speech Perception, Room acoustics, Reververation, Psychoacoustics, Aging, Hearing Aids, Statistics, Central Auditory Processing Disorders

 

410-705-3920

Van Bokkelen, Room 105 E

 

Noe Turcios

Lecturer

Deaf Studies

 

ASL linguistic, Deaf studies, ASL teaching, and Media Production 

 nturcios@towson.edu

410-704-4153

Van Bokkelen, Room 010

Kaitlyn Wilson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Speech-Language Pathology

Autism spectrum disorders; Language development (typical and atypical); Behavioral interventions targeting social interaction and communication; Professional training practices 

kwilson@towson.edu

410-704-3096

Van Bokkelen, Room 005

 

Administrative Staff

Name and Title Contact Information

Donna Fox

Administrative Assistant I

410-704-4153

Van Bokkelen, Room 105

Kay Glorioso

Administrative Assistant II

410-704-4153

Van Bokkelen, Room 105B

Jessica Harris

Speech & Language and Hearing & Balance Center Receptionist

jcharris@towson.edu

410-704-3095
Olympic Place, Room 307 (Institute for Well Being)