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Publications

Dr. Abby Hemmerich, Dr. Jerry Hoepner, & Dr. Vicki Samelson. (under review). Instructional internships: Improving the teaching and learning experience for students, interns, and faculty. Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.

Dr. Jerry Hoepner (in press). Coaching Partners. In Johnson, P. (Eds.), Cognitive Neurorehabilitation for Dementia: Effective Evaluation and Therapeutic Interventions, Gaylord, MI: Northern Speech Services Publishing.

Dr. Jerry Hoepner. (in press). Facilitating everyday routines with individuals with acquired cognitive disorders. In Johnson, P. (Eds.), Cognitive Neurorehabilitation for Dementia: Effective Evaluation and Therapeutic Interventions, Gaylord, MI: Northern Speech Services Publishing.

Dr. Jerry Hoepner with graduate students Lauren Demcak & Heather Lindert. (under revision). Partner intervention for an individual with corticobasal degeneration: A case study. Aphasiology.

Dr. Jerry Hoepner & Dr. Lyn Turkstra (2013).Video-based administration of the La Trobe Communication Questionnaire for adults with traumatic brain injury and their communication partners. Brain Injury, April 27(4), 464-472.

Dr. Jerry Hoepner, Ms. Mary Beth Clark, Mr. Tom Sather, & Michelle Knutson. (2012). Immersion learning at Aphasia Camp. EBEBriefs: Evidence-Based Education, September, 1-10.

Dr. Vicki Samelson, Dr. Jerry Hoepner & undergrad Melissa McDonald. (2014). Graduate student perspectives on the development of clinical flexibility. WSHA Newsletter.

Presentations

Ms. Carolyn Christian, Ms. Shannon Collins, Ms. Kay Hagedorn, Dr. Jerry Hoepner, Dr. Vicki Samelson, and Ms. Angie Sterling-Orth - (2013). Improving the clinical education experience / Developing clinical flexibility. ASHA. Chicago, IL.

Ms. Shannon Collins, Dr. Abby Hemmerich, Dr. Jerry Hoepner, Ms. Becca Jarzynski, Dr. Marie Stadler, Dr. Vicki Samelson, & Ms. Angie Sterling-Orth. (2013). Increasing student engagement in the classroom: A survey of five innovative pedagogies / Expository writing in the CSD curriculum. ASHA. Chicago, IL.

Dr. Abby Hemmerich. (2014). The wavering voice: Vocal tremor assessment and treatment. Faculty forum research presentation at the UW-Eau Claire. Eau Claire, WI.

Dr. Abby Hemmerich with undergrads Kelsey Dumanch & Hallie Brock. (2014). Glottal fry as a therapy technique for vocal nodules: A case study. Vicki Lord Larson Fellowship Pro-seminar presentation at UW-Eau Claire. Eau Claire, WI.

Dr. Abby Hemmerich & undergrad Rachel Haugen. (2014). Respiratory contributions to vocal tremor. ASHA. Orlando, FL.

Dr. Abby Hemmerich with undergrad Rachel Haugen. (2014). Respiratory contributions to vocal tremor: A comparison of typical and tremulous breathing. Vicki Lord Larson Fellowship Pro-seminar presentation at the UW-Eau Claire. Eau Claire, WI.

Dr. Abby Hemmerich & Dr. Jerry Hoepner with undergrads Kelsey Dumanch & Rachel Cowan. (2013). Self-assessment: Influence of study skills training and interactive review sessions on learning in an anatomy and physiology course. National Council for Undergraduate Research. La Crosse, WI.

Dr. Abby Hemmerich & Dr. Jerry Hoepner with undergrads Kelsey Dumanch & Rachel Cowan. (2013). Self-assessment and learning in foundational coursework in CSD. ASHA. Chicago, IL.

Dr. Abby Hemmerich, Dr. Jerry Hoepner, Dr. Debbie Elledge, & Mr. Tom Sather. (2014).Flipping the classroom: Implications for CSD. ASHA. Orlando, FL.

Dr. Abby Hemmerich, Dr. Jerry Hoepner, & Dr. Vicki Samelson. (2013). Instructional Internships: Fostering learning through teaching. ASHA. Chicago, IL.

Dr. Abby Hemmerich, Dr. Jerry Hoepner, Dr. Vicki Samelson, Dr. Marie Stadler, Ms.Angie Sterling-Orth, Ms. Kay Hagedorn, Ms. Carolyn Christian, Ms. Shannon Collins, Ms. Becca Jarzynski, with undergrad Alysa Firkus. (2013). Instructional internship in CSD: Preparing tomorrow's faculty, supervisors, and practitioners. ASHA. Chicago, IL.

Dr. Abby Hemmerich, Dr. Jerry Hoepner, & Ms. Angela Sterling-Orth. (2013). Screencastingin higher ed: Innovations to increase student engagement and learning. Second Annual Northwest Regional Instructional Technology Showcase, E3 with Learning Technology: Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Engagement. UW-Stout, Menomonie, WI.

Dr. Abby Hemmerich, Dr. Jerry Hoepner, Ms. Angela Sterling-Orth, Ms. Becca Jarzynski, Dr. Vicki Samelson, Dr. Marie Stadler, Ms. Shannon Collins, Ms. Kay Hagedorn & Ms. Carolyn Christian. (2013). Increasing student engagement in the classroom. ASHA. Chicago, IL.

Dr. Jerry Hoepner with graduate students Elizabeth Bloss& Naomi Bitter. (2014). Aphasia-friendly web design: The product of collaboration. ASHA. Orlando, FL.

Dr. Jerry Hoepner with Mary Beth Clark & undergrad Lauren Natzke. (2013). Student leadership as an extension of immersion learning at Aphasia Camp. ASHA. Chicago, IL.

Dr. Jerry Hoepner & Dr. Chris Johnson with undergrads Heather Buhr & Hannah Miller. (2013). Aphasia Web: Development & evaluation of an aphasia-friendly social networking application. ASHA.Chicago, IL.

Dr. Jerry Hoepner & Dr. Chris Johnson with undergrads Hannah Miller & Heather Buhr. (2013). Development &evaluation of an aphasia-friendly social networking application. SIG ACCESS International Conference on Computers and Accessibility. Bellevue, WA.

Dr. Jerry Hoepner & Dr. Marquell Johnson with undergrad Heather Buhr. (2013). Interactions between social and physical engagement at Aphasia Camp. ASHA. Chicago, IL.

Dr. Jerry Hoepner with undergrads Abigail Konitzer, Laura Mackey, Laura Michaelson, & Cassandra Schilling. (2013). The effects of partner relationships on communication with individuals with traumatic brain injury. WSHA Annual Convention, Wisconsin Dells, WI.

Dr. Jerry Hoepner with graduate student Dana Kuehn andundergrads Abigail Konitzer, Laura Mackey, Laura Michaelson, & Cassandra Schilling. (2013). Examining conversational interactions between individuals with TBI and partners: Comparisons across partner type and typical dyads. ASHA. Chicago, IL.

Dr. Jerry Hoepner with graduate student Dana Kuehn. (2013).Contemporary evidence of typical conversational discourse. ASHA.Chicago, IL.

Dr. Jerry Hoepner with undergrads Mandi Salo & HaleyTurk. (2014). Following the Kennedy model: A dynamic coaching programfor college students with acquired brain injuries. ASHA. Orlando, FL.

Dr. Vicki Samelson with grad students Erika Anderle, HannahSchultz, Jess Spurr, Erin Walejko & Dr. Michael Axelrod, and Dr. Melissa Coolong-Chaffin. (2013). Consensus through diverse lenses: An interdisciplinary, team-based assessment model. ASHA. Chicago, IL.

Dr. Vicki Samelson with graduate student Kayla Knueppel.(2013). Does phonological awareness intervention impact speech production in a 3-year-old? ASHA. Chicago, IL.

Ms. Sterling-Orth, Dr. Jerry Hoepner, & Dr. Abby Hemmerich. (2014). Innovations with screencasting to increase student engagement and learning. ASHA. Orlando, FL.

Dr. Marie Stadler, Dr. Jerry Hoepner, Ms. Gayle Holte,& Ms. Carolyn Christian. (2014). Making ethical decisions as apracticing SLP: Real-life applications across work settings. WSHA, Middleton, WI.

Dr. Marie Stadler with undergrad Amanda Rumpca. (2014). Toys vs. technology: A comparison of methods to teach prepositions. ASHA. Orlando, FL.

Theses

Erika Andrle – Cognitive and language characteristics of adolescents with Asperger's syndrome: Two case studies. Vicki Samelson, Chair; Abby Hemmerich and Mary Beth Tusing, Committee. Completed spring 2013.

Kayla Knueppel – Perspectives of school speech-language pathologists (SLPs) and principals on the role of SLPs in spelling acquisition. Vicki Samelson, Chair; Debbie Elledge and Anne Papalia, Committee. In progress.

Anne Kulinski – Knowledge and Practice: Diagnosing and treating childhood apraxia of speech. Marie Stadler, Chair; Abby Hemmerich and Angela Dalhoe, Committee.Completed spring, 2013.

Laura Michaelson - Examining utilization of student veteran services. Jerry Hoepner, Chair; Tom Sather and Lisa Quinn-Lee, Committee. In progress.

Kimberly Torgerson - Exploring barriers to implementation of alternative and augmentative communication supports in intensive care units. Jerry Hoepner, Chair; Marie Stadler and Rosemary Jadack, Committee. In progress.

Alyssa Yanzick - Froma teacher's perspective: The interaction of mathematics, language, and manipulatives. Vicki Samelson,Chair; Jerry Hoepner and Joe Morin, Committee. Completed spring 2014.

Faculty/studentcollaborative research projects

Dr. Abby Hemmerich with undergrads Megan Burfield and Emily Desilet - (2014-15) Vocal characteristics in Mennonite and mainstream young adults.

Dr. Abby Hemmerich with undergrads Rachel Wojcik & Ashley Rolf - (2014-15). Glottal fry in college-aged females.

Dr. Abby Hemmerich with undergrads Megan Dallas & Carly Tebo - (2013-14). Vocal characteristics of teenage singers.

Dr. Vicki Samelson with undergrads Brooke Bonney and Britton Clarke – (2013-14). Expository writing in the Communication Sciences and Disorders curriculum.

Dr. Vicki Samelson and Dr. Jerry Hoepner with undergrad Melissa McDonald – (2013-14). Clinicalflexibility: Graduate student perspectives.

Dr. Vicki Samelson with undergrad Piper Doering –(2012-13). Partnering with parents: The integration of spelling into articulation therapy.

Dr. Vicki Samelson, Ms. Gayle Holte, and Dr. Abby Hemmerich with undergrad Lydia Alf – (2011-14).Intervention forvowel and vocalic /f/ speech sound disorder: Efficacy of biofeedback and rater reliability.

Dr. Marie Stadler with undergrad Megan Eisele – (2013). Behavioral momentum.

Dr. Marie Stadler with undergrad Elayne Hanson – (2013-14). Effects of direct intervention on phonological awareness skills.

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