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Adjunct Faculty

 

 

Cody Higgins, M.S., CCC-SLP

  • Title: Adjunct Clinical Instructor
  • Office Address: 317 Lewis Hall
  • Office Phone: 573-884-8405
  • Email: robertsoncl@health.missouri.edu
  • Educational Background:
    • B.A., Psychology, University of Missouri
    • M.S., Communication Sciences and Disorders, Rockhurst University

 

 

 

 

Lora Hinkel, MHS, CCC-SLP

  • Title: Adjunct Instructor
  • Office Phone: 573-882-3873
  • Email: HinkelLR@health.missouri.edu
  • Education Background:
    • Certificate of Clinical Competence, American Speech-Language Hearing Association
    • MHS, Communication Science and Disorders, University of Missouri
    • B.S., Deaf Studies: Teacher Education, MacMurray College
  • Classes Taught:
    • SLHS 3050:  Signed English and Communication Development
    • SLHS 4340/SLHS 7340:  Aural Rehabilitation
  • Awards:
    • Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association (MSHA) Clinician of the Year 2012
    • Columbia Public Schools Award of Excellence 2012
    • K. Anderson Graduate Student Teaching Award (1996-1997)
    • Mary Louise Powell Jenkins Scholarship Recipient (1992-1996)
    • Grace Hasentab Haskell Award for Education of Hearing Impaired (1996)

 

Matt Krause 

  • Title: Adjunct Instructor
  • Office Address: 313 Lewis Hall
  • Office Phone: 573-882-3873
  • Email: KrauseMP@health.missouri.edu
  • Education:
    • Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, 1998-Present
    • Board Certified Specialist in Fluency from the American Board of Fluency and Fluency Disorders
    • MHS, Communication Science and Disorders, University of Missouri
    • BHS, Communication Science and Disorders, University of Missouri
  • Classes Taught:
    • SLHS 4210: Fluency Disorders
    • Clinical Supervisor, MU Speech and Hearing Clinic
  • Awards:
    • Excellence in Mentoring Award, School of Health Professions Alumni Organization

Stacey Kueny, M.S., CCC-SLP

  • Title: Adjunct Clinical Instructor
  • Office Address: 320 Lewis Hall
  • Office Phone: 573-882-8408
  • Email: kuenys@health.missouri.edu
  • Educational Background:
    • B.S., University of Missouri
    • M.S., Rockhurst University

 

Stephanie Logan, PhD, MBA

  • Title: Adjunct Instructor
  • Office Address: 2505 West Ash St, Columbia, MO 65203
  • Office Phone: 573-445-5005
  • Email: loganste@health.missouri.edu
  • Educational Background:
    • Ph.D., University of Missouri
    • M.B.A., William Woods University
    • B.A., University of Georgia
  • Classes Taught:
    • SLHS 1100: American Sign Language I
    • SLHS 1200: American Sign Language II
    • SLHS 2150: American Sign Language III

Ashleigh Ohmes Boyd, MHS, CCC-SLP

  • Title: Adjunct Instructor, Speech-Language Pathologist, TIPS for Kids Faculty Advisor
  • Office Address: 205 Portland Street Columbia, MO 65211
  • Office Phone: 573-884-9537
  • Email: boyda@health.missouri.edu
  • Educational Background:
    • BHS, University of Missouri
    • MHS, University of Missouri
  • Classes Taught:
    • SLHS 4020W: Language Disorders in Children – Writing Intensive
  • Research Interests:
    • Autism
    • Pediatric speech and language disorders

 

Laura Powell, M.S., CCC-SLP

  • Title: Adjunct Instructor
  • Office Phone: 573-882-3873
  • Email: PowellLK@health.missouri.edu
  • Education:
    • B.A., Special Education, Greenville College
    • M.S., Speech Pathology, Fontbonne University
  • Classes Taught:
    • SLHS 4030: Language Disorders for Adults
    • SLHS 3210: Anatomy & Physiology of the Speech and Mechanism
    • SLHS 4220: Voice Disorders

 

 

Izel Rivera, Ph.D., CCC-A

  • Title: Adjunct Instructor
  • Office Phone: 573-814-6653
  • Email: Riverai@health.missouri.edu
  • Classes Taught
    • SLHS 4330: Introduction to Audiology
  • Research Interests
    • Tinnitus management
    • Amplification
  • Publications:
    • Formby, C., Albritton, B., and Rivera, IM.  “Preliminary evaluation of a Weibull Function for fitting slow-component eye velocity over the time course of caloric-induced nystagmus.”  Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 32:681-687 (1989).
    • Cox, RM, Alexander, GC., and Rivera, IM.  “Comparison of objective and subjective measures of speech intelligibility in elderly hearing-impaired listeners.” Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 34:904-915 (1991).
    • Cox, RM., Alexander, GC., and Rivera, IM.  “Accuracy of audiometric test room simulations of three real-world listening environments.” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 90:764-772 (1991).
    • Cox, RM, and Rivera, IM.  “Predictability and reliability of hearing aid benefit measured using the PHAB.” Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 3:242-254 (1992).
    • Cox, RM., Alexander, GC., Johnson, J., Rivera, I.  “Cochlear Dead Regions in Typical Hearing Aid Candidates: Prevalence and Implications for Use of High-Frequency Cues.”  Ear and Hearing, 32,:339-348 (2011).
    • Henry, James, Thielman, Emily, Zaugg, Tara, Kaelin, Christine, Schmidt, Caroline, Griest, Susan, McMillan, Garnett, Myers, Paula, Rivera, Izel, Baldwin, Robert and Carlson, Kathleen. “Randomized Controlled Trial In Clinical Settings to Evaluate Effectiveness of Coping skills Education Used with Progressive Tinnitus Management.” Journal of speech, Language and Hearing Research, 60: 1378-1397. (2017)