Faculty and Staff

Credentials
  • MA, Master of Arts
  • CCC-SLP, Certificate of Clinical Competence for Speech-Language Pathologists
  • ATP, Assistive Technology Professional
  • CBIS, Certified Brain Injury Specialist, Brain Injury Association of America
  • Speaker Event Showcased AAC in Rehabilitation
    Written By: Drexler B. James'13 | October 20, 2021
    Guest speaker and occupational therapist Michael Braun from Brooks Rehabilitation joined via hologram an expert panel convened at the CHPS Innovation Center on Oct. 18 in celebration of International AAC...
  • Inaugural UCF Assistive Technology Fair Connects Students and Community Members to Resources That Improve Lives
    Written By: Drexler B. James'13 | October 19, 2021
    The UCF AAC Lab Collaborative, in partnership with the IMOVE Lab, hosted the inaugural UCF Assistive Technology Fair on Oct. 13 at the new CHPS Innovation Center — a convening hub for faculty, staff,...
  • Genius Foundation Awards $300,000 To UCF Interdisciplinary Health Research
    Written By: WENDY SARUBBI | October 7, 2021
    Eight interdisciplinary faculty research projects — on health topics including pain management, improving provider-patient communication, and intimate partner violence — have received about $300,000 in grant funding through a new...
  • AAC Lab Receives Gift of Mobile Makerspace to Build Adaptive Toys
    Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | September 20, 2021
    Variety – the Children’s Charity of Florida has donated $10,000 to the UCF AAC Research-to-Practice Lab Collaborative – to bring the gift of joy to children with developmental disabilities. The...
  • Redesigning Student Success: Five Faculty Receive Funding for Interprofessional Education Project
    Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | September 13, 2021
    Five academic and clinical faculty members recently received funding through the Digital Learning Course Redesign Initiative to collaborate across disciplines on a project to turn existing graduate courses into new...
  • Researchers in the College of Health Professions and Sciences Use the Pandemic as an Opportunity to Expand Collaborations and Impact
    Written By: Camille Dolan '98 | May 21, 2021
    A little more than a year ago, faculty and students in the College of Health Professions and Sciences who were working on research projects had to pivot when COVID-19 derailed their plans. CHPS researchers regrouped and forged ahead with their projects by finding new ways to use the...
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