Kozlowski’s research was shared during a recent Maroon Minute.
The Higher Learning Commission reaccredited Missouri State University for another 10 years.
Imagine you have suffered a serious stroke. You are unable to speak or follow a conversation. Since you cannot use language to connect with your family and friends, you become frustrated and depressed.
Congratulations to Dr. Alana Kozlowski. Her research will be profiled in the 2016 issue of Mind’s Eye (released in September). Her work is currently being featured on Missouri State’s research page and on the Mind’s Eye blog.
“Often my goal as a speech-language pathologist was to help clients effectively and efficiently express their wants and needs. However, I began to question whether having a shared social experience with or without words may be equally important. Maybe a shared social experience was more important than words to a 75-year-old who had been married 50 years,” she mused.
We are so proud of all of our departmental faculty. Your research continues to be a point of pride for the university, and it truly touches the community.
As a speech-language pathologist, Dr. Julie Masterson has long been curious about the relationship between reading, spelling and speaking. To better understand what kids need to learn and how best to teach them, Masterson designed tailored interventions based on how children spell various types of words.
Dr. Wafaa Kaf is conducting research to help detect Meniere’s disease, a condition that can eventually result in hearing loss, at an earlier age.
Access to deaf educators can be scarce for deaf or hard of hearing students.
Professor Dr. Julie Masterson is among a small group of individuals receiving the Honors of the Association award — the highest honor that the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) bestows. She will be recognized Nov. 13 at the annual ASHA Convention in Denver, Colorado. About Masterson Masterson has been an ASHA member since 1980. Throughout her career, […]
When Julie Masterson noticed her then second-grade son was having difficulty learning to spell some 20 years ago, she approached his teacher and inquired about ways to help him improve his skills.
Speech, spelling, reading and phonics: They are all interrelated and essential to academic success. Dr. Julie Masterson is an expert in the field of communication sciences and specifically on teaching children to spell.