Cathy Rasmussen is Associate Dean in the School of Health & Human Services and Director of the York Wellness & Rehabilitation Institute at Nazareth College.
Speech Pathology Faculty Interviews
Ellen Cohn teaches courses in cleft palate/craniofacial disorders, professional issues, culture, diversity and healthcare, and rhetoric and communication.
Dr. Schmitt researches child, treatment, and classroom level aspects of public school therapy that affect outcomes for children with language impairment.
Dr. Cox researches assessment and intervention for mild cognitive impairment and dementia. She enjoys conducting pedagogical research.
Dr. Eichorn is very involved in the implementation of interprofessional education in the speech pathology field, and also conducts research on stuttering.
Dr. Velleman's research focuses on on typical and atypical speech development. She specializes in pediatric motor speech disorders.
Dr. Gross' research focuses on language development in bilingual children with typical development and with language difficulties.
Chelsie Haaland has worked with individuals with a variety of developmental and acquired communication and feeding/swallowing disorders.
Dr. Hanson practiced as an augmentative communication (AAC) specialist at the TRACE Center, an AAC clinic in Madison, Wisconsin.
Dr. Stanford researches the impact of cognitive and communicative disorders on academics and status offense charges in youth placed at-risk for delinquency.