"The graduate program in speech-language pathology is full of amazing opportunities in all aspects of the field, from classes to placements and even community outreach programs! The professors are always supportive, positive and encouraging. I would recommend Nazareth's graduate program to any speech-language pathology student in a heartbeat!"
Jaime Campbell '14, speech-language pathologist at Hill Haven Transitional Care Center in Webster, N.Y.
"The professors both challenged and supported me. They encouraged civic engagement experiences, which not only made the coursework more meaningful, but also provided me with a diverse skillset that allowed me to co-present at an international conference, work with refugees and asylum seekers in Australia and create a hearing screening program in Ecuador. The combination of clinical experiences and interprofessional collaboration prepared me for my professional work locally and globally
Anne Marie LaFave '13, '15G, speech-language pathologist for the Rochester City School District
Education: Ed.D. in teaching and curriculum, University of Rochester; M.S. Speech Pathology, Columbia University; B.S. Communication Disorders, College of St. Rose
Teaching and Research Interests: interprofessional curriculum development, supervision, multicultural issues, and neurogenic disorders
Education: Ph.D. Communication Disorders and Sciences, University at Buffalo; M.A. Speech-Language Pathology, University at Buffalo; B.S. Communication Sciences and Disorders, Syracuse University
Teaching and Research Interests: Assessment and intervention of language and social communication for children with developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders.
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