Colloquium – Spring, 2020

Colloquium will be held from 12-1 Mondays in 301 Ford (AAC Lab) during the Spring 2020 semester. Colloquium is used as a time to share and discuss research and intervention activities. Faculty and graduate students are encouraged to attend, present, and participate in the discussions. 

27 Theresa Vaughan, a research scientist at the National Center for Adaptive Neurotechnologies at the Wadsworth Center  Research and development work in BCI (brain computer interface) for individuals with severe speech and motor impairment
3 Open TBD
10 David McNaughton Introduction to the AAC Learning Center
17 Kelsey Mandak VSDs with Dynamic Text: Effects on Word Reading for Adolescents & Adults with Cerebral Palsy
24 Ciara Ousley Applying an AAC Family-Systems Theoretical Framework to an Individual with ASD
2 Master’s Students Clinic Updates
9 Spring Break – Cancelled
16 Jessica Caron TBD
23 Dawn Sowers TBD
30 Meghan Wendelken


6 Emily Laubscher  Effects of a parent training on vocabulary use for young children with ASD
13 Kaitlyn Clarke TBD
20 Allison Barwise Updates on Adapted Literacy Instruction in Clinic
27 Krista Wilkinson Research Update


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