The Eleanor M. Luse Center for Communication:
Speech, Language and Hearing
Dinah Smith, MA, CCC-A, FAAA
Prof. Dinah Smith is a clinical associate professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and a licensed audiologist in Vermont. She specializes in audiological (hearing) evaluation, hearing aid fittings, and she especially enjoys hearing habilitation/rehabilitation. She is the intern coordinator for graduate students' audiology practicum and she works closely with students to ensure the highest level of learning which mirrors the learning opportunities she fosters with each of her patients. Read Prof. Smith's faculty profile.
Elizabeth Adams, AuD, CCC-A
Dr. Elizabeth Adams is a clinical associate professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and a licensed audiologist in Vermont. She specializes in audiological (hearing) evaluation, hearing aid fittings, and auditory processing disorders. She teaches the audiology coursework for graduate and undergraduate students within the department, works closely with undergraduate students, and provides clinical instruction and direct patient care at the Eleanor M. Luse Center's Audiology Clinic. Read Dr. Adams' faculty profile.
Tracey Baldwin, MA, CCC-SLP
Prof. Tracey Baldwin is a clinical associate professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, where she supervises students providing speech-language diagnostic and therapy services at the Eleanor M. Luse Center for Communication. Her research interests include biofeedback for the treatment of hypophonia in Parkinson Disease and patient response to Coherence Therapy principles in psychogenic/functional dysphonia. Read Prof. Tracey Baldwin's faculty profile.
Sharon Cote, MS, CCC-SLP
Prof. Sharon Cote is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, where she supervises graduate students and teaches them clinical skills both in treatment and diagnostics at the Eleanor M. Luse Center. Her special interest is in speech sound disorders, language and literacy. Read Prof. Sharon Cote's faculty profile
Mary Alice Favro, MA, CCC-SLP
Mary Alice Favro is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and is the Clinical Director for the VT-Interdisciplinary Leadership Education for Health Professionals (VT-ILEHP Program). Read Mary Alice Favro's faculty profile.
Barry Guitar, PhD, CCC-SLP
Dr. Barry Guitar is a professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders who teaches and supervises clinical work in stuttering. His research interests include treatment for preschool children who stutter and recovery from stuttering in children and adults. He is an expert in a stuttering treatment program for children called the Lidcombe method, which involves parents monitoring the child's speech and offering feedback in the case of stuttered speech and praise in moments of fluent speech. Read Dr. Barry Guitar's faculty profile.
Hope Morris, MS, CCC-SLP
Hope Morris is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and a Clinical Instructor in the College of Medicine, Child Psychiatry. She is the Associate Director of the Autism Assessment Clinic within the Vermont Center for Children, Youth, and Families. Read Hope Morris' faculty profile.
Shelley Velleman, PhD
Dr. Shelley Velleman is Chair of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Dr. Velleman's research focuses on speech sound development in typically-developing (TD) children and in children with disorders. She specializes in motor speech disorders, especially Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Read Dr. Shelley Velleman's faculty profile.
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