Communicative Science and Disorders Department

Amy Glaspey, Chair

The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communicative Sciences and Disorders prepares students for graduate study in speech-language pathology, audiology, various education specialties, business, and health care as well as such fields as developmental and cognitive psychology.  The Master of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology provides students with the foundational knowledge and clinical skills in the field of speech language pathology to work in medical and educational settings with clients across the life span.

Undergraduate Degrees Available

Subject Type Option Track
Commun Sci & Disorders Bachelor of Arts
Commun Sci & Disorders Minor

Department Faculty


  • Al Yonovitz, Professor / Audiologist

Associate Professor

  • Amy Glaspey, Professor
  • Lucy Hart Paulson, Associate Professor
  • Julie Wolter, Interim Chair and Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

  • Ginger Collins, Assistant Professor
  • Catherine Off, Associate Professor
  • Jennifer Schoffer Closson, Clinic Director / Assistant Professor
  • Laurie Slovarp, Ph.D., Assistant Professor


  • Julie Doerner, CSD Adjunct Instructor; Rural Instit MonTECH Clinical Coord
  • Nancy Dold, Adjunct Assistant Professor
  • Megan Eandi, Clinical Educator
  • Dana Fitz Gale, Adjunct Assistant Professor
  • Jenna Griffin, Clinical Educator / Adjunct Asst Professor
  • RoseMary Johnson, Adjunct Assistant Professor
  • Mary Morrison, CSD Adjunct Instructor; Rural Instit PEPNET Director