Stephen F. Austin State University

Faculty and Staff Bios

Department Leadership

Luis Aguerrevere, Ph.D.
Luis Aguerrevere, Ph.D. - Interim Deparment Chair, Clinic Director and Associate Professor Office: HSTC 302 Phone: 936.468.1238
Dr. Luis E Aguerrevere is the director of the Human Neuroscience Laboratory in the Department of Human Services and Educational Leadership at Stephen F. Austin State University. He is from Barquisimeto, Venezuela. He has a B.S. in psychology from Tennessee Technological University and M.S. and Ph.D. in Applied Biopsychology from the University of New Orleans.

Dr. Aguerrevere's focus is the examination of the biopsychological factors that contribute to chronic pain, post-concussion syndrome and sports performance. In specific, Dr. Aguerrevere's areas of research are pain assessment, neuropsychological and neurophysiological assessment, somatization v. malingering differentiation, and the experimental validation of neurotherapy. Dr. Aguerrevere current projects examine the relationship between central and peripheral nervous systems activity with report of disproportionate pain, self-efficacy in sports and poor recovery after an injury.

Communication Sciences and Disorders and Speech-Language Pathology

Lydia Richardson, SLP.D., CCC/SLP
Lydia Richardson, SLP.D., CCC/SLP - Program Director, Assistant Professor Office: HSTC 205F Phone: 936.468.1255
Dr. Lydia Richardson, Assistant Professor and Program Director, received her Doctorate in Speech-Language Pathology from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and her Master of Science and Bachelors of Science in Stephan F. Austin State University. Dr. Richardson has many years of clinical experience as a speech-language pathologist in a variety of settings to include outpatient rehabilitation, hospital, nursing home, public schools, and home health. Her areas of interest are child language and articulation, autism, and aural/oral habilitation. Dr. Richardson is a Hanen certified SLP and is certified in the Picture Exchange Communication System.
Erin Keeling, M.S., CCC/SLP
Erin Keeling, M.S., CCC/SLP - Externship Coordinator, Clinical Instructor Office: HSTC 205E Phone: 936.468.3997
Erin Keeling grew up in Gladewater, Texas. She received her B.S. from Stephen F. Austin State University in August of 2003 and her Master of Science with a major in Speech Language Pathology from Texas Woman's University. Ms. Keeling has 12 years of experience as a speech language pathologist in the public schools. She joined the SFA faculty as a Clinical Instructor in the fall of 2016 and the Externship Coordinator in 2018 helping coordinate externship placements for the 2nd year graduate students.
Deena Petersen, M.S., CCC/SLP
Deena Petersen, M.S., CCC/SLP - Clinic Director, Clinical Instructor Office: HSTC 205A Phone: 936.468.1029
Deena Petersen received her Bachelor of Science in speech-language pathology from Abilene Christian University and her Master of Science in speech-language pathology from the University of Southern Mississippi. She also has early childhood special education and principal Texas educator certifications. She has been a speech-language pathologist for 26 years and has worked in the public schools, private clinics and the Department of Defense Education Activity in Japan.
Raul Prezas, Ph.D., CCC/SLP
Raul Prezas, Ph.D., CCC/SLP - Associate Professor Office: HSTC 205C Phone: 936.468.1337
Dr. Raul Prezas received his Ph.D. and M.A. (Communication Sciences and Disorders) degrees from Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas and his B.A. (Business) and B.M. (Vocal Performance) degrees from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Prezas holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology and has several years of clinical and research experience in the university, public school, and home health settings, particularly working with bilingual children and their families. His research interests include the areas of speech sound disorders, bilingual/multilingual assessment and treatment, phonological treatment models/outcomes, multicultural issues, and school-based issues.
Jessica Conn, M.S., CCC/SLP
Jessica Conn, M.S., CCC/SLP - Visiting Instructor Office: HSTC 205B Phone: 936.468.1330
Jessica Conn is a speech-language pathologist and visiting clinical instructor in the Program of Communication Sciences & Disorders. She received both her M.S. (Speech-Language Pathology) and her B.S. (Communication Sciences & Disorders) from Stephen F. Austin State University and is a proud alumnus. Mrs. Conn has experience as a speech-language pathologist working with pediatrics and adults in outpatient, acute, inpatient rehab, and skilled nursing facilities. She is a member of the Texas Speech Language & Hearing Association and the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. Currently Mrs. Conn supervises graduate clinicians at the campus clinic, Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital and teaches undergraduate and graduate coursework.
Layne Debardelaben, M.A., CCC/SLP
Layne Debardelaben, M.A., CCC/SLP - Clinical Instructor Office: HSTC 205H Phone: 936.468.1155
Layne DeBardelaben is a speech language pathologist and part-time clinical instructor in the Speech Language Pathology Program. She received her M.A. from the University of Houston where she graduated on the Early Childhood Intervention Specialty Training Track; and her B.S. from Stephen F. Austin State University where she majored in Speech and Hearing and minored in Child Development and Family. Mrs. DeBardelaben is a long-standing member of the Texas Speech, Language and Hearing Association and the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association. She has years of clinical experience as a speech language pathologist in a variety of settings to include outpatient rehabilitation, hospital, nursing home, early childhood intervention (ECI) and private practice. Currently, Mrs. DeBardelaben supervises graduate level student clinicians at the Nacogdoches Head Start Development Center and teaches undergraduate Diagnostic Methods.
Amy Durham, M.S., CCC/SLP
Amy Durham, M.S., CCC/SLP - Clinical Instructor Office: HSTC 205H Phone: 936.468.1158
Amy Durham is a speech-language pathologist and part-time clinical instructor in the Program of Communication Sciences & Disorders. She received both her M.S. (Speech-Language Pathology) and her B.S. (Major: Speech-Language Pathology, Minor: Hearing Impairment) from Stephen F. Austin State University and is a proud alumnus. Ms. Durham has experience as a speech-language pathologist working with early childhood intervention, geriatric rehabilitation, and pediatrics and adults in the outpatient and hospital settings. She is a member of the Texas Speech Language & Hearing Association and the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. Currently Mrs. Durham supervises graduate clinicians at the Nacogdoches Head Start Child Development Center and teaches undergraduate clinical phonetics.
Kelly Langston Jobe, Au.D., CCC/A
Kelly Langston Jobe, Au.D., CCC/A - Clinical Audiologist Office: HSTC 205J Phone: 936.468.7110
Dr. Kelly Langston Jobe, Clinical Audiologist for the Gwen and Ed Cole Audiology Lab in the Department of Human Services, received her Au.D. (Doctor of Audiology) from the University of Florida at Gainesville. She received her M.S. (Audiology) from the University of Texas at Dallas-Callier Center and her B.S. (Communication Sciences and Disorders) from the University of Texas at Austin. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and certified by American Speech-Language Hearing Association. She has dedicated her career to clinical excellence and enjoys the role of supervisor for graduate students during clinical practicum rotations.

Educational Leadership

Barbara Qualls, Ph.D.
Barbara Qualls, Ph.D. - Associate Professor, Program Director Office: HSTC 313B Phone: 936.468.1592
Dr. Barbara Qualls has worked in the Texas public school system as a high school band director and in a variety of administrative roles, including high school principal, and superintendent in three different school districts. Now, Dr. Qualls serves as the program director for the M.Ed. - Leadership degree and advanced leadership certification programs for principal and superintendent at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas. In this role, she is responsible for course and program development for 15 graduate-level courses and advises over 250 students. In addition, she organizes the recruiting of full-time and adjunct faculty, as well as manages the scheduling of all courses. A major ongoing project of Dr. Qualls is compliance with the reorganization of the Texas principal certification program, moving to a dramatically altered performance-based system. In addition, she teaches education law and policy in the doctoral program and serves as a dissertation advisor. Dr. Qualls research is focused on K-12 governance and policy, especially the board/superintendent relationship. In higher education research, her agenda is geared toward expression rights, equity and ethics. In 2019, Dr. Qualls received the Educator of the Year award from Delta Kappa Gamma and was recently named recipient of the E.J. Campbell Endowed Chair: Professor of Educational Leadership for 2019-2022. She is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Education Law Association, the premier national organization for professors of school law and education attorneys. For several years, Dr. Qualls has also been part of the reporting staff for the SLR Express, writing case summaries for both higher education and elementary/secondary education. In additional, she wrote the Governance chapter of the Yearbook of Education Law for 2018, 2019 and contracted for 2020.
Ali Hachem, Ph.D.
Ali Hachem, Ph.D. - Associate Professor Office: HSTC 311 Phone: 936.468.1849
Dr. Ali H. Hachem is an associate professor of educational leadership graduate studies in the Department of Secondary Education and Educational Leadership, James I. Perkins College of Education, Stephen F. Austin State University, Texas, USA. Dr. Hachem's experience in the field of education spans for almost two decades. Dr. Hachem's teaching areas of interest include the philosophy and practice of educational inquiry, the philosophy of education and of educational administration and leadership, cultural foundations of education, and democratic theories of educational practice. Dr. Hachem's scholarly interests include the philosophy of education, of science, and of educational inquiry and administration. In addition, his scholarly agenda engages educational leadership preparation programs, cultural theory of education, critical pragmatism, democratic education and leadership, complexity theory, multiculturalism, and globalization. Dr. Hachem is more specifically interested in the work of John Dewey as it applies to contemporary discourses of educational administration and leadership. Dr. Hachem's publications appear in leading journals in the field such as the International Journal of Leadership in Education and Policy Futures in Education, and he shares his scholarship in prominent conferences including the American Educational Research Association and the American Educational Studies Association. Dr. Hachem is also is reviewer for a number of top journals in the field such as the International Journal of Educational Management, Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, Pedagogy Culture and Society, Leadership and Policy in Schools, Journal of School Leadership, and Action Research.
Summer Pannell, Ph.D., CAA - Associate Professor Office: HSTC 303 Phone: 936.468.1150
Brian Uriegas, Ph.D.
Brian Uriegas, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor Office: HSTC 313A Phone: 936.468.1751
Dr. Uriegas is an Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership. Prior to his arrival at SFA, Dr. Uriegas spent 17 years as a teacher, coach , and principal in Texas public schools. Dr. Uriegas graduated from the University of Texas with a B.A. in History, Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University) with an M.Ed. in Secondary Education, and Texas A&M University-Kingsville with an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership. Brian's research interests are centered on rural education with focusses on post-secondary readiness, students of poverty, and career and technical education.
Maria Betancourt-Smith, Ph.D.
Maria Betancourt-Smith, Ph.D. - Visiting Professor Office: HSTC 310 Phone: 936.468.1774
Dr. Maria Betancourt-Smith is a visiting assistant professor in the Educational Leadership Program. She earned a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction at Texas A&M University. Her focus on instructional leadership led her to take courses in curriculum and instruction and in educational administration. She has used qualitative and quantitative methods to conduct process product research in the area of instruction and teacher attitudes and to identify the likely leaver from teaching. Dr. Betancourt-Smith completed her M. Ed. in Secondary Education at Stephen F. Austin State University. She has a B.A from Southwestern University at Georgetown, Texas where she majored in Spanish and minored in Latin and in Bilingual Education. She holds several Texas educator certifications. In addition to being a college professor, she has been a PK-12 public school and a university administrator. During the first part of her career, she taught in general and special education settings. Dr. Betancourt-Smith decided she wanted to go to school when she was four even though there was no pre-kindergarten in the town where her family lived in Puerto Rico. Her father talked the nuns at a private school into letting her attend. She liked it and has been going to school in some capacity ever since.
Richard Skuza, Ph.D.
Richard Skuza, Ph.D. - Visiting Professor Office: HSTC 309 Phone: 936.468.1874
Dr. Richard Skuza is a visiting assistant professor in the Educational Leadership Program. He earned an Ed.D. in Educational Administration at Texas A&M University. His focus on instructional leadership led him to a career as a public school administrator. Dr. Richard Skuza completed his M. Ed. in Educational Administration at the University of Houston/Victoria. He has a B.A. from The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth Minnesota where he majored in Biology. He served 30 years as a public school educator, 26 of which were as a public school administrator. During this 26 year period he held the positions of assistant principal, elementary principal, deputy superintendent, and superintendent. In addition to serving as public school administrator, Dr. Skuza served as an adjunct professor for Texas A&M University-Commerce, Navarro College, and Stephen F. Austin State University.

Professional Counseling and Rehabilitation

Wendy Killam, Ph.D., LPC-S, CRC
Wendy Killam, Ph.D., LPC-S, CRC - Program Director, Professor Office: HSTC 231 Phone: 936.468.1366
Dr. Wendy K. Killam, Professor of the Department of Human Services, received her Ph.D. (Counselor Education) from the University of Arkansas. She received her M.S. degree (Community Counseling) from Texas A& M Commerce and B.A. from Baylor University. She also has a MBA with emphasis in health care administration. Her research interests include college student wellness and adjustment and issues facing older adults. She is member of the American Counseling Association and is a past president of a division (AADA - Association for Adult Development and Aging). She has done numerous presentations and publications on various topics within the field of counseling.
Rochelle Cade, Ph.D., LPC-S
Rochelle Cade, Ph.D., LPC-S - Associate Professor Office: HSTC 233 Phone: 936.468.2602

Dr. Cade has an undergraduate degree in psychology, a master's degree in counseling, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor (LPC-S) whose clinical work is predominately in correctional settings. She is an active member of the American Counseling Association (ACA) with service on the Editorial Advisory Board and the Research and Knowledge Committee. Dr. Cade is also active in two ACA divisions, the International Association of Addictions and Offender Counselors (IAAOC) and the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling (AARC). In IAAOC, Dr. Cade serves on the Legislation and Advocacy Committee, the Offender Competencies Taskforce, and as Secretary. In AARC, she serves as Treasurer and a member of the editorial board for one of the division journals, Counseling Outcome and Research Evaluation. At the state level, Dr. Cade serves as Past-President and Director of the Texas Association of Assessment in Counseling and Education (TAACE).

Dr. Cade is particularly passionate about teaching courses students generally avoid, fear, or express little to no interest in such as assessment and career. Additionally, teaching practicum and supporting and supervising students as they transition from graduate counseling students to emerging professional counselors is one of her favorite courses to teach in the curriculum.

Sarah Irvin, Ph.D., LPC
Sarah Irvin, Ph.D., LPC - Assistant Professor Office: HSTC 234 Phone: 936.468.1159
Dr. Sarah D. Irvin, Assistant Professor in the Professional Counseling Program, received her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Holy Cross in New Orleans. She received her M.A. degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Delta State University and her B.A. in Educational Psychology from Mississippi State University. Her research interests include counselor wellness and self-care, forgiveness, and counselor supervision. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor who specialized in working with clients' coping with severe mental illnesses. She has presented on multiple topics, including coping with mental illness, psychosocial rehabilitation programs, coordination of online clinical supervision, self-care, and forgiveness.
Leigh Kirby, Ph.D., LPC-S
Leigh Kirby, Ph.D., LPC-S - Assistant Professor Office: HSTC 229 Phone: 936.468.1250
Dr. Leigh Kirby is an assistant professor of the Masters of Professional Counseling . She earned her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from Texas A&M University - Commerce. She holds an M.S. in Counseling from Texas A&M University - Commerce and a B.A. in Psychology from Stephen F. Austin State University. Dr. Kirby is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor in Texas and in Oklahoma. Her research interest include gatekeeping, ethical standards, legislative changes, and grief and bereavement. She is a member of American Counseling Association, Texas Counseling Association, and Oklahoma Counseling Association (serving as treasurer since 2016). She has done numerous presentations regarding various counseling topics at local and state conferences.
Ralf Schuster, M.Ed. - Visiting Instructor in Professional Counseling Phone: 936.468.1065
Ralf Schuster, MEd, BPsycSc, CRC, has a bachelor's degree in psychology from James Cook University as well as from San Diego State University. He graduated with a master's degree in rehabilitation counseling from Auburn University and is revising his dissertation to fulfill the requirements for a PhD in counselor education. He enjoys inspiring students to become researchers and educators and appreciates teaching courses in helping skills, human lifespan development, counseling theories, rehabilitation counseling, behavioral statistics, diagnosis and assessment, and substance abuse counseling. His research interests are focused on the treatment of alcohol use in older adults, the empirical evaluation of the validity of common practices used in clinical mental health and rehabilitation counseling, and the imaging techniques used in cognitive neuroscience. He also is involved in comprehensive statistics-driven research projects in rehabilitation counseling.
William Weber, Ph.D., CRC, CVE, LPC
William Weber, Ph.D., CRC, CVE, LPC - Professor Office: HSTC 230 Phone: 936.468.1154
Dr. Bill Weber is Professor and Program Director of the Undergraduate Rehabilitation Services Training Program. He is also Director of the Career Planning Laboratory. Dr. Weber received his Ed. D from the University of Northern Colorado and his M. Ed. from the University of Texas in Austin. Both degrees are in Rehabilitation Counseling. Dr. Weber also received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Texas in Psychology and an Associate of Arts degree from Weatherford College in Weatherford, Texas. Dr. Weber is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, and a Certified Vocational Evaluator. Dr. Weber is an active member of the National Rehabilitation Association, the Texas Rehabilitation Association, and the Texas Rehabilitation Counseling and Educators' Association. In 2001 Dr. Weber was awarded the Outstanding Rehabilitation Educator by the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals.

School Psychology

Frankie Clark, Ph.D.
Frankie Clark, Ph.D. - Program Director, Clinical Instructor, Internship Training Director Office: HSTC 218 Phone: 936.468.1072
Dr. Frankie J. Clark, Clinical Instructor and Program Director in School Psychology, received her Ph.D. (School Psychology) from Texas Woman's University, her M.Ed. in Counseling and B.S. in psychology from Stephen F. Austin State University. She received a post doctoral master's in clinical psychopharmacology from Alliant University. She has been in private practice as a Psychologist in the East Texas area working with children, sexual, physical, and emotional abuse in children and women, family violence, families, marriage counseling, school systems, probation and parole. She was a licensed sex offender therapist for many years. She is a member of the Texas Psychological Association.
Nina Ellis-Hervey, Ph.D.
Nina Ellis-Hervey, Ph.D. - Associate Professor
Dr. Nina Ellis-Hervey is an Assistant Professor in the School Psychology program. She completed her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology/School Psychology at Oklahoma State University. While there, she also completed a specialty in Applied Behavioral Analysis through extended work with child and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Dr. Ellis-Hervey worked on various studies with faculty, peers and research teams and presented much of this work at national conferences. Some of these studies included topics such as various math interventions, peer and sibling victimization, PTSD and Autism Spectrum Disorders. During her pre-doctoral internship, Dr. Ellis-Hervey worked tirelessly between three sites including The Autism Program, The Hope Institute for Children and Families and Springfield School District 186. During her time there she worked with staff in group homes, creating and modeling intervention plans, provided group and individual therapy, implemented and created various social skills groups and completed weekly diagnostic assessments for children suspected of having Autism. She also worked served on multi-disciplinary teams along with clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, program coordinators and medical residents to review and present behavioral data of students and monitor behavioral changes between psychotropic medication changes. Within the school system, she also served as an integral part of Student Assistance Teams, IEP teams and worked with students and teachers on various behavioral and academic interventions. Dr. Ellis-Hervey's dissertation study, The Comparison of Sensory Integrative Therapy (Specifically Weighted Vests) and Applied Behavioral Analysis (Specifically a Differential Schedule of Reinforcement) in the Treatment of Children Who Have Autism Spectrum Disorder, proved to be quite beneficial and she is currently working to publish the results of the study while furthering her research in the area.
Jaime Flowers, Ph.D.
Jaime Flowers, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor Office: HSTC 213 Phone: 936.468.1219
Jaime Flowers is an Assistant Professor at Stephen F. Austin State University. She teaches in the School Psychology Program in Human Services. She received her Ph.D at Chapman University and specialized in applied behavior analysis and psychometric testing.
Daniel McCleary, Ph.D.
Daniel McCleary, Ph.D. - Associate Professor, Program Coordinator Office: HSTC 215 Phone: 936.468.3940
Dr. Daniel F. McCleary is the coordinator for and an associate professor in the Master of Arts and Ph.D. school psychology programs. He earned his B.A. in Psychology from Drury University, M.S. in Applied Educational Psychology from the University of Tennessee, and Ph.D. in School Psychology from the University of Tennessee. Upon graduation, Dr. McCleary began working as a school psychologist in a public school system, serving students in middle, high, and alternative schools. In addition, he worked in Tennessee as a licensed psychologist in a private clinic providing assessment and intervention services to individuals with identified disabilities.
Elaine Turner, Ph.D.
Elaine Turner, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor Office: HSTC 214 Phone: 936.468.6734
Dr. Elaine Turner is an Assistant Professor in the School Psychology program. She is an SFA graduate three times over with a BBA in earned in 1993, her MA in School Psychology in 2016 and PhD in School Psychology in August of 2017. She then worked the public school system for 3 years prior to joining the SFA Faculty. She has resided in Nacogdoches for the last 35 years and enjoys the community and SFASU. Her focus of study is social-emotional learning in children and adolescents, especially children with Autism.

Student Affairs and Higher Education

Michara Delaney-Fields, Ph.D.
Michara Delaney-Fields, Ph.D. - Chief Diversity Officer
Dr. Michara DeLaney-Fields serves as chief diversity officer at SFA. She oversees an assortment of services to ensure a network of caring responses to our diverse student body. Dr. Fields works to make critical services and programs accessible to all students and to increase students' knowledge of the resources available to them. The student-service based departments include Counseling Services, Disability Services, Veterans Resource Center, Health Services, the Office of Community Standards and the Office of Multicultural Affairs. Dr. Fields earned her Bachelor of Science in health studies at Texas Southern University, two master's degrees in health education and human performance/kinesiology, both from Texas Southern University, and a PhD in educational leadership from Prairie View A&M University. Her research interests include first-year and second-year experience, retention and persistence, living-learning communities, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. She also is an active member in the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, American Association of University Women, American Council on Education and American Educational Research Association.
Hollie Smith, Ed.D.
Hollie Smith, Ed.D. - Interim Dean of Students Phone: 936.468.7249
Dr. Hollie Smith serves as the interim dean of students at SFA. She oversees programs to help students engage in cocurricular experiences including Orientation Programs, Greek Life, the Student Activities Association, the Student Government Association, Jack Camp, Spirit Teams, Leadership Programs and the Purple Haze Association. In addition, she serves as adjunct faculty in the Department of Psychology, SFA 101 and counseling. She earned her Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts in psychology at SFA and her EdD in higher education administration from Texas A&M University. She publishes and presents regularly on topics such as first-year experience and transition programs.

Human Services and Educational Leadership Staff

Bonnie Fyffe
Bonnie Fyffe - Department Secretary Office: HSTC 302 and HSTC 232 Phone: 936.468.1395
Bonnie is a secretary/receptionist for the Department of Human Services and Educational Leadership and has held this position since 2008. As well as handling incoming calls and transfers, Bonnie issues class permits for students, orders supplies for the department, updates department directories, monitors textbook adoptions and orders faculty desk copies. She handles room reservations, assists with classroom scheduling and handles incoming and outgoing mail. She is responsible for all aspects of the Community Coalition grant, placing SFA work-study students in local businesses as well as in the department clinics, while supervising the department work-study office assistant. Bonnie also serves as secretary for the Counselor Education Programs.
Whitney Minix
Whitney Minix - Program Secretary Office: HSTC 205 Phone: 936.468.7109
Whitney has been the senior secretary for the speech-language pathology program since 2010. Currently, Whitney maintains the budget for the department as well as the budget and schedule for the Stanley Center for Speech and Language Disorders and Cole Audiology Lab.