National Stuttering Association meeting

Thursday, Oct. 4 | 6-8 p.m. | Murray Hall 210 The Speech Language Hearing Department will host a National Stuttering Association (NSA) local chapter meeting on Thursday, Oct. 4, from 6-8 p.m. This month’s meeting will focus on “Self-Acceptance and Self Advocacy” and will be facilitated by Bruce Hanson, MS/CCC-SLP and Elaine Pyle, PhD, MS/CCC-SLP. Meeting are held the first […]

Speech-Language & Hearing Clinic now a SPEAK OUT! & The LOUD Crowd provider

The SLHS department is excited to announce that the MSUM Speech, Language Hearing Clinic is now a SPEAK OUT! & The LOUD Crowd provider. This program offering was generated from a grant written by Jill Beuckens and Joni Mehrhoff. Six SLHS Faculty including Jill Beuckens, Joni Mehrhoff, Rachel Stotts, Vicki Riedinger, Elaine Pyle and MariBeth Plankers have all become certified […]

Newly tenured, promoted faculty members announced

Please join Interim Vice President Marsha Weber in congratulating our newly tenured and promoted faculty members and wishing them continued success in their careers. Tenure Granted Nandita Bezbaruah                                                 Anthony Ocaña Michael Coquyt                                                        Eduardo Pablo Mohamed Elbannan                                               Elaine Pyle Alexandria Fogarty                                                  Brandi Sillerud Janelle Miedema                                                     Jitendra Singh                        Promotion to Associate Professor Effective August 21, 2018 Nandita Bezbaruah                                                 Anthony Ocaña Trista Conzemius                                                    […]

Pyle presents paper, research at conferences

Elaine Pyle (Speech Language Hearing Sciences) presented a paper at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) in New York City on April 14, 2018. The paper session focused on Instructional and Technological Scaffolding in Enhancing Students’ Problem-Based Learning Experiences. She also presented her research—The Effects of Subject Presentation Type on Student Motivation: A PBL Implementation in […]

Speech-Language Pathology program well-represented at national convention

The Speech-Language Pathology program was well-represented at the American Speech Language Hearing Association national convention Nov. 9-11 in Los Angeles. Student research mentored by Dr. Kris Vossler, Ms. Elaine Pyle and Dr. Nancy Paul was accepted for poster sessions for thesis research (Ashley Shurr and Ashley Alvarado); portfolio research (Zoe Weltzin; Jenna Frink; Kara Morrow); and the Class of 2018 […]