The Communication Sciences and Disorders faculty include
researchers and experienced licensed professionals, and those
faculty members engaged in clinical supervision are State licensed
and hold the appropriate ASHA certification. In addition,
experienced adjunct faculty are brought in to teach selected
courses in specialized areas or to supervise at the Speech and
Fredericka Bell-Berti, Professor, Ph.D.
Experimental phonetics; speech motor control, cross-language speech
Linda Carozza, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Assistant Professor; SI
Neurogenic communication disorders, Multiculturalism.
Jose G. Centeno, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Associate Professor,
Bilingualism; Acquired communication disorders; Multicultural
issues in Speech-Language Pathology.
Nancy Colodny, Ed.D., CCC-SLP, Associate
Dysphagia, Adult neurogenics, Geriatrics.
Donna Geffner, Professor, Ph.D., CCC-SLP/A, Graduate
Language skills of the deaf and hearing impaired; Attention deficit
disorders; Central auditory processing, Professional issues.
Peggy Jacobson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP; Associate
Childhood language disorders, particularly typical and atypical
language acquisition in bilingual children.
Tina Jupiter, Ph.D., CCC-A; Associate Professor,
Electrophysiological assessment, Pediatric audiologic
Maryrose McInerney, Ph.D., CCC-A; Associate
Hearing aid diagnostic testing; Geriatrics
Mitchell Trichon, Ph.D., Assistant
Fluency Disorders, Self-Help in Stuttering Management
Monica Wagner, Assistant Professor, Ph.D.,
Native-language speech perception, Neural speech processing of the
acoustic features of phonemes, Early speech and language
acquisition, Event-related potential research methodology
Patrick R. Walden, Ed.S., Ph.D., CCC-SLP; Assistant
Professor, SI Campus
Leadership and administration in the professions, Scholarship of
teaching and learning, Language assessment and intervention across
Rebecca Wiseheart, Ph.D., CCC-SLP; Assistant
Language development and cognitive processing in children
with dyslexia, lexical representation and retrieval processes that
impact on literacy and oral expression
(Speech & Hearing Center - Seton Complex)
Susan Antonellis, Au.D., CCC-A;
Clinical Supervisor in Audiology
Hearing aids; aural rehabilitation in the geriatric population
Angela Murphy, M.A., CCC-SLP; Clinical
Anthea Vivona, M.Phil., CCC-SLP;
Child language; Autism Spectrum Disorders
Arlene Wisan, M.A., CCC-SLP; Clinical
Speech-language disorders in children