SXU grad students to present original research at 53rd Annual Convention of the Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Eight Saint Xavier University graduate students in the speech-language pathology program will present their original research at the 53rd annual Convention of the Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association on Fri, Feb. 8th and Sat., Feb 9th in Rosemont, Ill. Congratulations to them on this prestigious accomplishment!

  • Sara Quadri, “Stop and Liquid Production of Bilingual Spanish and English Speakers.” (Faculty Mentor: William Sennett). “Stop and Liquid Consonant Production of Bilingual and Monolingual Speakers.” (Faculty Mentor: William Sennett)
  • Melissa Coby, “The Selection of Phonological Processes for Intervention.” (Faculty Mentor: Karen Czarnik)
  • Stefanie O’Donnell, “The Utilization of a Tablet Device in a Clinical Speech-Language Pathology.” (Faculty Mentors: Carol Szymanski & Pamela Klick)
  • Sarah Baughman, “Assessment of Social Cognition and Communication after Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).” (Faculty Mentor: Michael Flahive)
  • Jennifer Harper, “Pediatrician’s View of late Talking Children: Characteristics and Referral. (Faculty Mentors: Carol Szymanski & Gail Harris-Schmidt)
  • Courtney McKenna, “Tactile-Kinesthetic Cues in Treating Childhood Apraxia of Speech.” (Faculty Mentor: Karen Czarnik)
  • Yasmin Sitabkhan: “Muslim Parent Perspectives on Autism in School-aged Children.” (Faculty Mentors: Carol Szymanski & Gail Harris-Schmidt)
  • Sarah Chlebek, “Determination of Stress in Beginning Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Students.” (Faculty Mentor: Michael Flahive)