Ms. Sterling-Orth joined the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2002 as a full-time Associate Lecturer and Clinical Supervisor. She completed both her baccalaureate degree and her master's degree in Communication Disorders at UW-Eau Claire. Before joining the department, she worked as a public school speech-language pathologist in Wisconsin. Following her experience in the public schools, Angie worked for Thinking Publications in Eau Claire, editing and co-authoring assessment and intervention resources for use with children with communication disorders. She has particular interest in preschool and school-age language assessment and intervention, as well as serving adolescent who have special language and learning needs.
Angie currently provides supervision of graduate and undergraduate student clinicians both on- and off-campus. In addition, she teaches coursework in aural rehabilitation, grad essentials, and school methods in CSD. Angie transitioned to the role of Director of Clinical Programs and Services in 2007.