Dora Hammer conducted her master's thesis under the supervision of Eva Nwokah on Student perspectives on Practicing as Speech-Language Pathology Assistants in Graduate School (2012-2013) and graduated August 2013. She presented preliminary findings at ASHA 2012 in Atlanta. She is currently working at ENT Clinics in San Antonio.
Lidiette Guevara conducted her master's thesis under the supervision of Chris Carmichael on Effects of psychosocial and speech deficit in children with cleft lip and palate: An intensive summer camp approach (2012-2013). Lidiette previously conducted research as an undergraduate with Dr. Carmichael as a McNair Scholar. She is currently practicing as an SLP in Dallas, Texas.
Lorraine Cantu conducted her master's thesis under the supervision of Ruth Fernandez on Spanish-English language proficiency measurement in relation to success in higher education and service delivery (2012-2013). She is currently working as a pediatric SLP in Schertz, Texas.
Stefanie Leafblad conducted her master’s thesis under the supervision of Eva Nwokah on The impact of a preschool service learning project on university student’s attitudes and beliefs (2011-2012) and graduated May 2012.
She presented preliminary findings at ASHA 2011 in San Diego and TSHA 2012 in San Antonio. She will be enrolled in a doctoral program at University of Louisiana, Lafayette Fall 2012.
Ashley Hanna conducted her master's thesis under the supervision of Chris Carmichael on A MBSS survey for speech-language pathologists
(2011-2012) and graduated May 2012. She presented preliminary findings at TSHA 2012 in San Antonio.
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