Speech Pathology Faculty Interviews

Interview with Dr. Kerri Phillips of Louisiana Tech University

Read our interview with Kerri Phillips, SLP.D., a Professor and Program Director of the Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology at Louisiana Tech University. She is a past member of the Louisiana licensure board, having served as Chair and Vice Chair.

Interview with Dr. Joy Good of Arkansas State University

Read our interview with Dr. Joy Good, Associate Professor at Arkansas State University. She has over 20 years of experience in the field, including nearly a decade as a public school-based clinician. Her research focus deals with written language issues pertaining to the school-age population.

Interview with Dr. Jessica Caron of Penn State University

Read our interview with Dr. Jessica Caron, an Assistant Professor at Penn State University. Her work is focused on improving outcomes for learners with high-intensity needs who require AAC. More specifically her research seeks to improve poor literacy outcomes for individuals who use AAC.

Interview with Dr. Hsinhuei Sheen Chiou of Minnesota State University, Mankato

Read our interview with Dr. Hsinhuei Sheen Chiou, an Associate Professor at MNSU Mankato. Her research includes language-cognitive communication disorders in adults with neurogenic disorders. Sheen runs Acquired Communicative and Cognitive Rehabilitation Research lab focusing on aphasia and cognitive rehabilitation.

Interview with Dr. Terry Baggs of Abilene Christian University

Read our interview with Dr. Terry Baggs, Associate Professor and Co-Chair of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Abilene Christian University. His most recent research has been on the predictive value of variables for graduate school admissions and how personality relates to the provision of clinical services.

Interview with Dr. Christine Maul of California State University, Fresno

Read our interview with Dr. Maul, associate professor at CSU, Fresno. She has published peer-reviewed articles in family-centered service delivery, child language disorders, and multicultural issues. She is the parent of a 35-year-old adult son with autism spectrum disorder, who is the inspiration for her work.