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Theses/Dissertations/Projects from 2021

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Kindergarten Teachers' Perceptions about the Language and Literacy Skills of Their Students, Toni Gohman

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Facilitators and Barriers to Interprofessional Practice in Rural Schools: A Survey of SLPs, Sarah Kastner

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Strategies Utilized by Speech-Language Pathologists when Treating Speech-Language Disorders in Children who are Bilingual, Julianne L. Monceaux-Visser

Theses/Dissertations/Projects from 2020

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The Effectiveness of Visual Phonics to Promote Phonological Awareness in Preschool Children with and Without Speech Sound Delays, Katelyn Derby

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Factors that Influence the Success in Higher Education for Students with Autism, Elizabeth O. Gardner

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LSVT or SPEAK OUT!®: Clinical Decisions when Treating Clients with Parkinson's Disease, Amanda Olson

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Factors Influencing Choice of Communication Sciences and Disorders Major for Students Who Are Culturally and Linguistically Diverse, Joanna Reinders

Theses/Dissertations/Projects from 2019

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Exploring the Experiences of Communication Partners of People with Parkinson's Disease: A Qualitative Study, Jacqueline Bell

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Factors Related to the Selection of a Service Delivery Model: A Survey of School Speech-Language Pathologists, Meredith Ann Egeland

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Speech-Language Pathologists’ Perspectives on Preparedness for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice in School Settings, Rachel Sawatzky

Theses/Dissertations/Projects from 2018

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Effectiveness of Literacy Intervention Provided by School-Based SLPs: Roles & Impressions on Literacy Teams, Ashley Alvarado

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Intervention strategies and psychosocial factors for a client with Broca’s aphasia and apraxia of speech: A case study, Erin Olson

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Personality Type & the SLP’s Employment Setting: Is There a Pattern?, Ashley Ann Schurr

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Assistive Listening Devices in Primary and Secondary Educational Settings: A Systematic Review, Paige Wagner-Skinner

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Factors Related to Successful Implementation of an AAC Device for an Individual With Autism, Michaela Worms