Lisa Geary

Clinical Assistant Professor, Speech-Language Pathology

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Education

M.S. University of Pittsburgh, 1997
B.A. University of Maryland, 1994

Areas of Expertise

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

Certification & Licensure

  • ASHA CCC-SLP
  • Maryland State Licensure in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Virginia State Licensure in Speech-Language Pathology

Presentations

  • Adams, S., Amberson, K., Metzler, R., Mulhollen, K., Phelps-Burke, S., Speicher, D., Warren-Couch, K., White, J., & Zipin, L. (1996). Central auditory processing and language impairments: Do they stand alone? American Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention, Seattle, WA.
  • Geary, L. M. & Ananthakrishnan, S. (March, 2015). Grading smarter with I-Annotate and Notability. Faculty training presentation presented at: Faculty Development Council Meeting, College of Health Professions, Towson University, Towson, MD.
  • Geary, L. M. (May, 2015). Technology in speech-language therapy: Tips, tricks, and tools for integrating technology into the therapy setting. Invited presentation at: Maryland Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Convention, Towson, MD.
  • Geary, L. M. (2012). Technology Tools: Technology in the Speech-Language Therapy Setting. Baltimore County Public Schools: Speech-Language Pathologist Professional Development, Keynote Speaker, Pikesville, MD.
  • Zipin, L. M., Tompkins, C. A., & Kasper, S. C. (1998). Effects of foregrounding on predictive inference generation by normally aging adults. Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Asheville, NC.

Publications

  • Zipin, L. M., Tompkins, C. A., & Kasper, S. C. (2000). Effects of foregrounding on predictive inference generation by normally aging adults. Aphasiology, 14, 115-131.
  • Zipin, L. (1997). The effects of foregrounding on predictive inference generation by normally aging adults. Published Master’s thesis, University of Pittsburgh.