Department Faculty

Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty

Dr. Brooke Findley

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brfindley@mail.fresnostate.edu

Education

May 2018: Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), P-12 Educational Leadership Option                                                              California State University, Fresno
GPA: 4.0
Dissertation title: An Analysis of Preservice Special Education Teachers' Preparation to Provide Instruction to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

May 2018: Master of Arts (M.A.) in Education, Educational Leadership and Administration Option: P-12 Pathway,      With Distinction
California State University, Fresno
GPA: 4.0
Project title: Examining the Role Treatment Intensity Plays in Goal Acquisition for Students that Receive Speech-Language Services within a Mid-Sized School District in the San Joaquin Valley

May 2013: Certificate of Completion, Interdisciplinary Applied Behavior Analysis Program
GPA: 4.0

May 2012: Master of Arts (M.A.) in Communicative Disorders: Speech- Language Pathology, With Distinction
California State University, Fresno
GPA: 4.0
Thesis title: The Use of Concurrent Treatment to Teach Grammatical Morphemes to Children with Specific Language Impairment

May 2010: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Communicative Disorders: Speech- Language Pathology, Summa Cum Laude
California State University, Fresno
GPA: 4.0

December 2009: Associate of Arts (A.A.) in Liberal Arts, Communication Studies Emphasis
College of the Sequoias
GPA: 4.0

Experience

August 2018 - Present: Assistant Professor, Dept. of Communicative Sciences and Deaf Studies
California State University, Fresno
Will be teaching CSDS 105: Speech Sound Disorders in Children and CSDS 200: Graduate Studies and Research Methods in Communicative Disorders

July 2017 - June 2018: Program Manager
Visalia Unified School District
Served as a Program Manager within the Special Education Department
Oversaw 8 elementary schools, 2 specialized learning centers, and the district's speech-language pathology department

August 2014 - December 2017 Lecturer, Dept. of Communicative Sciences and Deaf Studies
California State University, Fresno
Taught upper-division undergraduate students in CSDS 117: Behavioral Principles in Assessing and Treating Communicative Disorders during the fall semesters

August 2013 - June 2017 Speech-Language Pathologist
Dinuba Unified School District
Served as an itinerant speech-language pathologist providing diagnostic and treatment services to preschool and school-aged students
Served as a district representative at transition meetings for children exiting early intervention into school-based services

August 2012 - July 2013 Speech-Language Pathologist
Fresno Unified School District
Provided diagnostic and treatment speech-language services to students at an elementary school and junior high school
Services provided to two special day classrooms for children with autism, an autism inclusion program, and a mild-moderate special day classroom
September 2012 - May 2013 Speech-Language Pathologist
San Joaquin Rehabilitation Hospital
Provided dysphagia, aphasia, dysarthria, and cognitive rehabilitation services to the inpatient population as a per diem speech-language pathologist

Professional Certifications

California Commission on Teacher Credentialing- Preliminary Administrative Services Credential Certificate of Eligibility (June 2018 - Present)

Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB)- Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) (September 2013 - Present)

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)- Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (June 2013 - Present)

Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensers Board- California License in Speech-Language Pathology (June 2013 - Present)

California Commission on Teacher Credentialing- Speech-Language Pathology Services Credential                            (received June 2012)

Professional Growth and Scholarly Activities

Publication

Maul, C. A., Findley, B. R., & Nicholson-Adams, A. (2015). Behavioral principles in communicative disorders: Applications to assessment and treatment. Plural Publishing: San Diego, CA.

Professional Presentations

Findley, B., & Taylor, V. (2017, June 29). An evaluation of the efficacy of a location-based navigation system for individuals with visual impairments in the higher education setting. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Findley, B., & Taylor, V. (2016, October 7). Empowering independence and success through awareness: Examining the effects of a location-based obstacle avoidance and navigation system for individuals with visual impairments within the higher education setting. Poster presented at the fall conference of the California Association of Professors of Educational Administration, San Diego, CA.

Maul, C. A., & Findley, B. R. (2016, April 28). Behavioral approaches to the treatment of communicative disorders. Short course presented at the annual convention of the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Anaheim, CA.

Martinez, J., Findley, B., Patterson, S., Cumiford, C., Quintanilla, A., Olson, A., Warkentin, K., & Islas, D. (2015, January). Autism workshop for classified staff. Workshop presented within the Dinuba Unified School District.

Skelton, S. L., & Findley, B. (2012, November 15). The use of concurrent treatment to teach grammatical morphemes. Poster presented at the annual convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Atlanta, GA.

Findley, B. (2012, May). Using concurrent treatment to teach grammatical morpheme skills. Poster presented at the California State University, Fresno Graduate Research and Creative Activities Symposium, Fresno, CA.

Findley, B. (2009, November). Best practices in the treatment of stuttering: Treatment procedures for preschoolers, school-aged children, and adults. Lecture presented at California State University, Fresno's Smittcamp Family Honors College Honors Colloquium.

Findley, B. (2008, November). Speech and language development in children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders. Lecture presented at California State University, Fresno's Smittcamp Family Honors College Honors Colloquium.

Grants

June 2017 Graduate Net Initiative Travel Grant Award
Recipient of a Travel Grant Award through the Graduate Net Initiative at California State University, Fresno to present the findings of a research project entitled An Evaluation of the Efficacy of a Location-Based Navigation System for Individuals with Visual Impairments in the Higher Education Setting at the annual conference of the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America in New Orleans, Louisiana ($1,500)

August 2014 Ruiz 4 Kids Mini-Grant for Teachers
Recipient of a mini grant through the Ruiz 4 Kids organization in order to purchase assessment and progress monitoring instruments used to help develop specialized intervention plans for English Language Learners in the Dinuba Unified School District who exhibit difficulty in the area of speech-language development ($1,000)

Awards and Recognitions

June 2017 RESNA Student Scientific Paper Competition, Honorable Mention
Honorable Mention in the Student Scientific Paper Competition for the research project entitled An Evaluation of the Efficacy of a Location-Based Navigation System for Individuals with Visual Impairments in the Higher Education Setting at the annual conference of the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America in New Orleans, Louisiana

August 2010 - May 2012 Fresno State President's Graduate Scholars Fellowship, Recipient
One of two students selected from across Fresno State's graduate programs to receive this merit-based award

August 2008 - May 2010 Fresno State Smittcamp Family Honors College, Member
One of 50 entering freshman students selected based on their academic merit, service to the community, and participation in extracurricular activities
Participated in honors coursework and service learning opportunities throughout the program

Professional Affiliation and Service

California Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA), District 5 Advisory Committee Member                                (May 2016 - Present)

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), Member of Special Interest Group (SIG) 16: School-Based Issues (December 2015 - Present)

Member of the Phi Kappa Phi and Golden Key International Honor Societies (May 2010  -Present)

Dr. Don Freed

 

Dr. Serena Johnson

Johnson

serenaj@mail.fresnostate.edu

Educational Background

Ph.D. in Higher Education, University of North Texas, August 2014

M. Ed. in ESL and Literacy Education, Southern Methodist University, December 2009

B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders/Deaf Education Track Honors College, Baylor University, May 2008

Publications

Johnson, S. G., & Fann, A. (2015). Deaf and hard of hearing students’ perceptions of campus administrative support. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, (ahead-of-print), 1-13.

Johnson, S. (2015) [Review of Reading and deafness: Research, theory, and practice by Trezek, Beverly; Wang, Ye; & Paul, Peter.] Education Review, 14.

Grants and Fellowships

2014 - University of North Texas, College of Education Dissertation Research Award

2013 - Funder: Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services, Institution: Deaf Action Center, Amount: $2.2 million

2010 - University of North Texas Raupe Travel Grant

2009 - Maguire & Irby Family Foundation Public Service Fellowship

Awards and Honors

Gates Millennium Scholar 2004-2014

Conference Presentations

2016 - Quality Learning and Teaching: Developing Online Course Content in Deaf Studies, Association of College Educators-Deaf & Hard of Hearing. New York, New York.

2016 - The Future Directions of the Deaf Studies Program at Fresno State. California State Educators of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Conference. Fresno, California

2013 - Silent No More: The Experiences of Deaf Students in Community College. Association for Higher Education and Disability. Baltimore, Maryland.

2012 - Silent Voices: Deaf Students in Community College. Association for the Study of Higher Education. Las Vegas, Nevada.

2012 - Exploring Student Success Outcomes at Two-Year Tribal Colleges and Native American Serving Non-Tribal Institutions. Association for the Study of Higher Education. Las Vegas, Nevada.

2012 - The Social Integration of Deaf Students in Community College. Texas Higher Education Symposium. San Antonio, Texas.

2011 - American Indian and Alaska Native Postsecondary Access: A Review of the Data and Literature. Native American Student Advocacy Institute. Norman, Oklahoma.

Teaching Experience

2016 - California State University, Fresno: Introduction to Interpreting, Theory and Process of Sign Language Interpreting

2015 - California State University, Fresno: Introduction to Exceptional Children, Introduction to Deaf and Hard of Hearing People

2014 - Eastfield College: Human Development, Freshman Level

2010 - Linden-Kildare High School: American Sign Language Teacher

2007 - Texas School for the Deaf: Middle School English Teacher

2008 - Live Oak Elementary School: 3rd Grade Teacher

Research Experience

2010 - 2012: Data collection and analysis for the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students

Related Professional Skills

Texas Board for Evaluation of Interpreters - Basic Level                                                                                              Sign Language Interpreter Certification

Texas Education Agency - Deaf Education/All Level                                                                                                      Teacher Certification

Texas Education Agency—American Sign Language /All Level                                                                                      Teacher Certification

Relevant Experience

July 2015 - Present: California State University, Fresno, Assistant Professor                                                                    Teach and supervise student teaching in a Deaf Studies curriculum with a comprehensive philosophy               Prepare students to teach or interpret in culturally and linguistically diverse environments for deaf and hard of hearing  individuals                                                                                                                                                      Teach undergraduate and graduate students                                                                                                      Coordinate site visits                                                                                                                                          Collaborate with other campus credential programs                                                                                              Conduct scholarly and applied research                                                                                                                            Engage in grant writing and service-related activities                                                                                                        Perform administrative duties including preparing accreditation and credential documents

December 2014 - July 2015: Region 10 Education Service Center, Consultant, Deaf & Hard of Hearing                      Provision of training for teachers of the deaf regarding effective classroom practices for d/hh students                        Technical assistance for school districts and parents related to the needs of d/hh students                                            Identify needs of Program budgeting and planning

May 2007 - December 2014: Deaf Action Center                                                                                                            July 2014 - December 2014, Director of Education                                                                                                            Develop and implement adult basic education curriculum                                                                                                Serve as liaison for the community regarding issues related to deaf and hard of hearing individuals                                Collaborate with and provide education resources to community partners

January 2013 - July 2014, Project Manager                                                                                                              Wrote a $2.2 million dollar grant that resulted in the retention of 10 salaried positions                                                Planned education event for 200 teens with hearing loss in DFW                                                                                    Plan fundraiser that resulted in $10k raised for the center                                                                                  Collaborate and follow up with team members regarding goals and deadlines related to projects                                  Volunteer management, including recruitment and scheduling                                                                                      Assist with various projects necessary for the daily functions of the center

June 2009 - Present, Contract Interpreter                                                                                                          Effectively communicate various appointments and meeting into American Sign Language                              Accurately convey signed messages into English using any necessary specialized vocabulary

May 2008 - January 2010, Advocate/Education Assistant                                                                                                  Educate consumers and professional offices (doctor, dentist, etc.) of responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act                                                                                                                                                            Interpret meetings in American Sign Language                                                                                                                  Teaching American Sign Language to Deaf people from other countries                                                                      Tutor deaf consumers in English

May 2007 - August 2007, Support Staff                                                                                                                  Monitor and route incoming calls                                                                                                                                Interpret phone calls into American Sign Language                                                                                                          Collect and input consumer information to database

June 2011 - July 2011: Texas Woman's University, Deaf Education Department Intern                                                    Monitor and provide feedback to students in online classes                                                                                            Assist in completing application for Council on Education for the Deaf accreditation

Languages

American Sign Language                                                                                                                                                    Full interpreting proficiency

Memberships

American Education Research Association                                                                                                                        Central California Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf                                                                                                      California State Educators of the Deaf

Dr. Christine Maul

Maul

cmaul@csufresno.edu

Educational Background

Ph.D. in Education, with an emphasis on Special Education, Disabilities, and Risk Studies University of California, Santa Barbara, December 2010

M.A. in Communicative Sciences and Disorders, Speech-Language Pathology Option, California State University, Fresno, May 1997

B.A. in History, California State University, Fresno, May 1982

University Teaching and Professional Work Experience

August 2016 - Present: Assoc. Professor, Dept. of Communicative Sciences and Deaf Studies, California State University, Fresno

January 2010 - May 2016: Asst. Professor, Dept. of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies, California State University, Fresno

August 2009 - December 2010: A.B.D. Lecturer with conversation to tenure track upon conference of the Ph.D., Dept. of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies

January 2008 - May 2009: Part-time California Preschool Instructional Network (CPIN) Specialist Special Education Lead, Merced County Office of Education

August 1998 - May 2009: Lecturer for Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies, California State University, Fresno

1996 - 2000: Speech-language pathologist serving children and young adults with severe disabilities, Fresno County Office of Education; full-time from 1996-1998; part-time from 1999-2000

Professional Certifications

Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology; American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Clinical or Rehabilitative Services Credential, State of California

Licensed as a Speech-Language Pathologist; State of California Department of Consumer Affairs, Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Board

Courses Taught

CDDS 80                    Introduction to Human Communicative Disorders

CDDS 95                    Introduction to Speech and Language Development

CDDS 102                  Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing

CDDS 105                  Disorders of Articulation

CDDS 107/110           Diagnostic Procedures

CDDS 109                  Disorders of Language in Children

CDDS 116                  Treatment Procedures in Communicative Disorders

CDDS 122                  Communicative Disorders in Multicultural Populations

CDDS 171                  Professional Writing in Communicative Sciences and Disorders

CDDS 200                  Graduate Studies and Research in Communicative Disorders

CDDS 214                  Seminar in Childhood Language Disorders

CDDS 218                  Seminar in Autism and Augmentative and Alternative Communication

CDDS 292                  Seminar in Advanced Treatment Methods

CDDS 230                  Advanced Clinical Practicum

HHS 114-01                Collaborative Leadership in Health and Human Services

Professional Growth, Scholarly and Creative Activities

Publications                                                                                 

Maul, C. A., Findley, B. R., & Adams, A. N. (2016). Behavioral principles in communicative      disorders: Applications to assessment and treatment. San Diego, CA: Plural Publishing,        Inc. (peer-reviewed)

Maul, C. A. (2015). Working with culturally and linguistically diverse students and their families: Perceptions and practices of school speech and language therapists in the   United States. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 50,     750-762. (peer-reviewed)

Maul, C. A. & Ambler, K. L. (2014). Embedding language therapy in dialogic reading to teach    morphologic structures to children with language disorders. Communication Disorders   Quarterly, 35 (4), 237-247. (peer-reviewed)

Maul, C. A. (2011). Family-centered service delivery: Is there an evidence base? CSHA    Magazine, 41, 8-9.

Singer, G. H. S., Maul, C., Wang, M., & Ethridge, B. I. (2011). Resilience in families of children            with disabilities: Risk and protective factors. In J. M. Kaufman & D. P. Hallahan (Eds.), Handbook of Special Education (pp. 654-667). New York: Routledge.

Aldana, S.I.,  Singer, G.H.S., Maul, C.A., Magaña, A., & Esparza, S.I. (2010). Positive    adaptation in Latino families of children with developmental disabilities: An initial test of         positive adaptation theory.  Critical Disability Discourse, 2, 1-22.

Maul, C. A. & Singer, G. H. S. (2009). “Just good different things:”Specific accommodations      families make to positively adapt to their children with developmental disabilities. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 29, 155-170. (peer-reviewed)

Maul, C. A., Austin, M., Buckles, T., Middleton, D., Phillips, D., Valles, S., & Solomon-Rice, P. (2007). Position statement on interpreting the meaning of messages generated by persons with complex communication needs. CSHA Magazine, 37, 35-43. Sacramento, CA: California Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

Hegde, M. N., & Maul, C. A. (2006). Language disorders in children: An evidence-based approach to assessment and treatment. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. ISBN: 0-205-43542-4

Thesis Committees Chaired

Ortiz, J. (May, 2016). “It’s our normal” – A follow-up study on adaptations families make for older children with developmental disabilities.

Ramirez, S. (May, 2016). Comparing the efficacy of picture card stimuli to storybook stimuli in teaching morphologic structures to children with expressive language disorders.

Scott, B. (December 2015). Using behavioral momentum to teach non-echolalic responses to children with autism spectrum disorders.

Tennant-Albarran, A. (May 2015). Teaching morphologic structures denoting verb tense to          children diagnosed with language disorders using video animation compared to picture stimuli.

Ferguson, A. (May 2014). The efficacy of phonemic awareness instruction in the remediation of phonological deletion processes in children.

Minty, Tricia. (August 2013). The efficacy of musical stimuli in teaching morphologic structures in children with language disorders.

Silva, Whitney. (May 2013). Discrete trial therapy with and without storybook stimuli: A comparison of efficacy in treating children’s expressive language disorders.

Winter, Evonne. (May 2013). The efficacy of behavior momentum in evoking non-echolalic responses in children with autism.

Yager, Lindsey. (June, 2012). Teaching children with autism to independently produce diverse phrases for requesting using a fading sentence strip program.

Ambler, Krysten. (May, 2012). The efficacy of evoking responses using dialogic reading techniques in teaching grammatical structures to children diagnosed with expressive language disorders.

Professional Presentations

Miniseminar. Behavioral approaches in communicative disorders. Presented at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Anaheim, California, April 28, 2016.

Miniseminar. Serving your multicultural clients and their families: An update by the CSHA          Diversity Committee. Presented at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association      Convention, Long Beach, California, March 6, 2015.

Poster Presentation. Phonemic awareness instruction as a method in remediating phonological    deletion processes in children. Presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing          Association Convention, Orlando, Florida, November 20, 2014.

Seminar. Embedding literacy in speech and language therapy: Techniques for assessment and treatment. Presented to Bakersfield Association of Speech Pathology and Audiology (BASPA), Bakersfield, California, April 26, 2014. Invited

Presentation. Cultural and linguistic competence: A guide for the 21st century clinician. Presented at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, San Francisco, California, March 28, 2014. Invited

Poster Presentation. The efficacy of behavior momentum in evoking non-echolalic responses in children with autism. Presented at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, San Francisco, California, March 28, 2014.

Presentation. Teaching irregular past tense verbs: A comparison of DTT and intervention embedded in storybook reading. Presented at the Association of Behavior Analysis International, Minneapolis, Minnesota, May 25, 2013.

Miniseminar. Embedding literacy in speech and language therapy. Presented at theCalifornia Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Long Beach, California, March 8, 2013.

Poster Presentation. Teaching children with autism to independently produce diverse requesting phrases using a fading sentence strip program. Presented at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Long Beach, California, March 7, 2013.

Presentation. SLPs and BCBAs: Working Together to Improve Client Outcomes. Presented at the 14th Annual Applied Behavior Analysis Conference, California State University, Fresno, November 9, 2012. 

Poster Presentation. Embedding discrete trial therapy in storybook stimuli to teach bound morphemes to children diagnosed with expressive language disorders. Presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International Convention, Seattle, Washington, May 28, 2012.

Poster Presentation. Using dialogic reading cues to teach bound morphemes to children   diagnosed with expressive language disorders. Presented at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, San Jose, California, March 16, 2012.

Presentation. Linking language and literacy. A 75-minute breakout session presentation given at the Region VII Literacy Conference, sponsored by the Tulare County Office of Education, Fresno, California, May 17, 2011.

Presentation. Identifying culturally competent clinical skills: tales from the field. A 90-minute      mini-seminar given at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles, California, March 25, 2011.

Guest Lecture. Positive accommodations families make for severely disabled family members. A 90-minute guest lecture delivered via Skype to Dr. George Singer’s class on Families and Disabilities, University of California, Santa Barbara, February 16, 2011.

Poster Presentation.  Student choice, portfolio assessment, and video self-assessment.        Presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association National Convention,     Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 19, 2010.

Presentation. Working with children with severe disabilities: Moving from the “expert” model to family-centered practice. A 3-hour seminar given at the California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, Long Beach, California, March 6, 2009.

Presentation. Ways to make them talk: Encouraging speech and language development in early childhood settings. A one-day workshop for early childhood personnel given at the Italo-American Lodge, Merced, California, October 13, 2007.

Presentation. Pervasive developmental disorders: Characteristics, etiology, and practical strategies for assessment and intervention. A one-day workshop for school speech-language pathologists given at Children’s Hospital Central California, Fresno, California. October 1, 2007.

Presentation. Embedding literacy in traditional speech-language therapy. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Miami Beach, Florida. November 2006.

Presentation. Embedding literacy instruction in traditional speech and language therapy.             California Speech-Language-Hearing Association, District 5 Hot Topics series at       Children’s Hospital Central California. October, 2005.

Grants

Maul (2012). Peer Mentoring Project for University Students with Pervasive Developmental Disorders and Related Challenges. Community Services Grant authored and submitted to Autism Speaks Foundation on May 16, 2012 and funded on December 12, 2012 in the amount of $25,000.00.

Awards and Recognitions

Faculty Fellow, The President’s Tablet Initiative. November, 2013 to present

2013 Faculty Mentor Award: College of Health and Human Services, CSU Fresno

2012-2013 Faculty Achievement Award: College of Health and Human Services, CSU Fresno

2009 Outstanding Service Award, California Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Professional Affiliations

Member, California Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA) since 1997

Member, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) since 1997

Commissioner on Professional Development and CEUs, California Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA), August 2014 to present

Member, Diversity Committee, California Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA), May 2013 to May 2015

Director, District 5, California Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA), June 2011 - May 2013

University and Community Service

Faculty Committees and Service

Aug. 2014 to present:  Equal Employment Opportunity Designee

  • Served on search committee for a faculty member (Henry Madden Library, academic year 2014-2015)
  • Currently serving on search committee for a faculty member (Department of Linguistics, academic year 2015-2016)

Sept. 2014 - present: Member, Research Subcommittee, College of Health and Human Services 

August 2013 - present:  Faculty Advisor, National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association

January 2012 - present:   Member, National Coalition Building Institute, administered through the Cross Cultural and Gender Center, CSUF

2011 - present: Member, Curriculum Committee for the College of Health and Human Services

2011 - present: Member, Graduate Committee, Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies

2011 - present: Coordinator of Continuing Education, Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies

Fall 2011: Member, Search Committee for a Tenure-Track Professor in Deaf Education, Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies

2010 - 2011: Member, Centennial Committee for the College of Health and Human Services

Engagement with the Community and Region

July 2014 - present: Member, Developmental Services Task Force, Department of Health and Human Services, State of California (appointed by Secretary Diana Dooley)

March 2014 - present: Member, Governor Advisory Committee, Porterville Developmental Center (appointed by Governor Jerry Brown)           

August 2013 - present: Member, Future of the Developmental Centers Task Force, Department of Health and Human Services, State of California (appointed by Secretary Diana Dooley)

2010 - present: Member, Advisory Committee, California Association for State Hospitals – Parent Council for the Retarded (CASH-PCR)

2011 - present: Member, Community Advisory Committee, Porterville Developmental Center

April 8 & 11, 2011, March 1, 2012: Member, Stakeholders Budget Task Force, advisory to the California Department of Developmental Services (DDS)

2012 - 2013: Member, Autism Spectrum Disorder Workgroup, California Speech-Language-Hearing Association

2001 - 2014: Treasurer, Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies Chapter of the California State University, Fresno Alumni Association

Ongoing provider of free consultative services to families of children with severe disabilities 

Dr. Fran Pomaville

Pomaville

fpomavil@csufresno.edu

Education

Ph.D. in Human ServicesCapella University, Minneapolis, MN, October 2010

M.A. in Speech-Language PathologyCalifornia State University, Fresno, December 1984

B.A. in Communicative DisordersCalifornia State University, Fresno, December 1982                                         Area of Concentration: Speech-Language Pathology

University of California, Santa Barbara:  1979-1980 

Awards

California Speech, Language, and Hearing Association, Fellow of the Association 2016

Outstanding Achievement Award, 2006                                                                                                    

California Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Outstanding Service Award, District 5, March 1996

California State University, Fresno Provost’s Award for Promising New Faculty, 2014

CDDS Department Outstanding Publication Award, 2014

CDDS Department Outstanding Faculty Award, 2013 - 2014                                                                                     

Teaching Experience

California State University, Fresno, Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies Department                                        Assistant Professor, January 2011 - Present                                                                                                                Full Time Lecturer, 1999 - 2010

Courses Taught:

CDDS 102     Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing

CDDS 107     Observation in Speech-Language Pathology

CDDS 110     Diagnostic Procedures

CDDS 115     Voice and Fluency Disorders

CDDS 210     Graduate Seminar in Craniofacial Anomalies

CDDS 216     Graduate Seminar in Voice Disorders

CDDS 220     Graduate Seminar in Dysphagia and Traumatic Brain Injury

CDDS 221     Graduate Seminar in Advanced Clinical Procedures for the
                       Assessment and Treatment of TBI and Dysphagia

CDDS 230     Advanced Clinical Practice (Clinical Supervisor)

CDDS 267     Externship in Speech-Language Pathology (Supervisor)

CDDS 290     Independent Study

Related Professional Experience

San Joaquin Valley Rehabilitation Hospital

Per Diem Senior Speech-Language Pathologist, 2000 – 2007                                                                                    Director of Clinical Services, 1997 - 2000                                                                                                                Senior Speech-Language Pathologist, 1995 - 1997

St. Agnes Medical Center                                                                                                                                                Per Diem Speech-Language Pathologist, 2004 - 2005                                                                               

Northwest Speech and Hearing Center                                                                                                                    Director of Clinical Services and Speech-Language Pathologist,      1987 - 1995

California State University, Fresno                                                                                                                          Clinical Supervisor for Medical Externships: CDDS 267, 1993

Fresno Unified School District                                                                                                                               Speech-Language Pathologist: Deaf & Hard of Hearing Program,  1986 - 1987                                                            Itinerant Speech-Language Pathologist, 1985

Sunrise, A Speech Pathology Corporation                                                                                                                      Speech-Language Pathologist, 1985 - 1986

Publications and Presentations

Hegde, M. N., & Pomaville, F. (2016). Assessment of Children with Communicative Disorders: Resources and Protocols, Third Edition. San Diego, CA: Singular Publishing.

Pomaville, F. (2016). Pediatric TBI. Presentation at the California Speech, Language, and Hearing Association “Hot Topics” Lecture Series, Fresno, CA.

Pomaville, F., & Hughes, B. (2016). Concussion Syndrome: What is it and how do we fit in? A 3-hour short course presented at the annual meeting of the California Speech, Language and Hearing Association, Anaheim, CA. on April 30th.

Pomaville, F. (2016). Chapter 2: Verbal Behavior. In C. Maul, B. Findley, & A. Adams, Behavioral principles in communicative disorders: Applications to assessment and treatment. San Diego, CA: Plural Publishing, Inc.

Hegde, M. N., & Pomaville, F. (2013). Assessment of Children with Communicative Disorders: Resources and Protocols, Second Edition. San Diego, CA: Singular Publishing.

Pomaville, F., & Kladopoulos, C. (2013). The effects of behavioral speech therapy on speech sound production with adults with cochlear implants. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 56, 531-541.

Hegde, M. N., & Pomaville, F. (2008). Assessment of Children with Communicative Disorders: Resources and Protocols. San Diego, CA: Singular Publishing.

Pomaville, F. (2015). Return to School Considerations for Children Who have Sustained a Concussion. Presentation for the Central Valley Concussion Symposium in Fresno, CA on October 17, 2015.

Pomaville, F. (2014). Supervision Tips and Tricks. Workshop presented at the California Speech, Language, and Hearing Association “Hot Topics” Lecture Series, Fresno, CA.

Pomaville, F., & Radford, A. (2014). The Speech Pathology Program and Music Department at Fresno State Collaborate to Improve Student Learning and Behavioral Outcomes. Poster Session presented at the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association Health Care and Business Institute in Las Vegas, NV on April 11.

Pomaville, F., & Sanchez, R. (2014). An “Academic Prep Group” for Combat Veterans with TBI: Lessons Learned.  Poster Session presented at the annual meeting of the California Speech, Language and Hearing Association, San Francisco, CA.

Pomaville, F., & Harris, K. (2014). The Efficacy of Concurrent Treatment in Improving Speech Sound Production in Children with Cochlear Implants.  Poster Session accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the California Speech, Language and Hearing Association, San Francisco, CA.

Pomaville, F., & Radford, A. (2013). A Speech Pathology Program and Music Department Collaborate to Improve Student Learning: A Pilot Project at California State University, Fresno. Poster Session presented at the annual meeting of the California Speech, Language and Hearing Association, Long Beach, CA.

Pomaville, F. (2012). Model for a Spoken Language Preschool Program for Children Who are Deaf or HOH. Poster Session presented at the annual meeting of the California Speech, Language and Hearing Association, San Jose, CA.

Pomaville, F., & Kladopoulos, C. (2011). The Efficacy of Speech Therapy for Adults with Cochlear Implants. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Speech Language, and Hearing Association, San Diego, CA.

Pomaville, F. (2011). How to Teach Specific Speech Sounds. Workshop presented to the CSUF chapter of the National Student Speech, Language, and Hearing Association, Fresno, CA.

Pomaville, F. (2005). Laryngectomy Rehabilitation. Workshop presented at the California Speech, Language, and Hearing Association “Hot Topics” Lecture Series, Fresno, CA.

Pomaville, F. (2000). The Efficacy of Outpatient Therapy through the Measurement of Outcomes with Functional Independence Measures (FIMs). Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the California Speech, Language and Hearing Association, San Diego, CA.

Pomaville, F. (2000). Aphasia and Brain Injury Rehabilitation. Seminar presented at the California Speech, Language, and Hearing Association “Hot Topics” Lecture Series, Fresno, CA.

Pomaville, F. (1996). Laryngectomy Rehabilitation. Workshop presented at the National Student Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Conference, Fresno, CA.

University Service

2016 - Present: Graduate Coordinator for the CDDS Department

Spring, 2015: Selection Committee for the CDDS Department

2015 – Present: CHHS/VCH Interprofessional Education Collaborative

2014 – Present: Technology Committee for the College of Health and Human Services

2013 – 2014: University Assessment of Student Learning Committee

2009 – 2014: University Learning Assessment Team (LAT), including participation as a reviewer for the Summer SOAP review process, and participation as a panel member for the Institutional Research, Assessment, and Planning Group workshops.

2006 – Present: Graduate and Undergraduate Outcome Assessment Coordinator for the CDDS Department

2011 – 2014: Mentor for two different McNair Scholars in the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program at CSUF 

Fall, 2012: Selection Committee for the CDDS Department

1995 – 2005: CDDS Alumni Committee Member: CDDS Chapter Secretary (1996)

Memberships, Licenses, and Community Service

Central Valley Concussion Consortium (2013 – Present)

American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association                                                                                        Certificate of Clinical Competence (1984 – Present)                                                                                                    CFY Supervisor (1994, 1996, 1997)

California State Board of Medical Quality Assurance                                                                                                      State License, SP6476 (1984 – Present)                                                                                                                        RPE Supervisor (1994, 1996, 1997)

California Speech, Language, and Hearing Association  (1984 – Present)                                                              CEU Chair for the 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017  State Conventions                                                                                Professional Advisory Board (1992, 2010 – 2013, 2015, 2016)                                                                                  Nominating Committee (2000 – 2001, 2007 – 2009, 2012)                                                                                    Nominated the recipients of the 1992 and 2014 Distinguished Consumer Award

Veteran’s Administration                                                                                                                                                      Co-moderator for the Academic Prep Group for Veterans with Brain Injury (2011 – 2014)

The Lost Chord Club of Central California                                                                                                                      Moderator (1986 – 2005)

The International Association of Laryngectomees (IAL)                                                                                                  Registered Mentor since 2003 

Masters Thesis Committees

2015 – Present: CHAIR: “Vocal Function Measures Before and After Hydration” by Matt Olson “Using behavior momentum to teach non-echolalic responses to children with autism spectrum disorders” by Brittany Scott

2012 – 2014: CHAIR: “The Effectiveness of Attention Process Training (APT-1) for Veterans  with Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)” by  Nicole Lopez.                                                                              CHAIR: “The Efficacy of Concurrent Treatment in Improving Speech Sound  Production in Children with Cochlear Implants “ by Karina Harris “An Experimental Comparison of Distributed and Mass Practice for the  Treatment of Speech Sound Errors in Children” by Jennifer Owens

2011 – 2012: “The Use of Concurrent Treatment to Teach Grammatical Morphemes to Children with Specific Language Impairment (SLI)” by Brooke Findley “The Efficacy of Evoking Responses Using Dialogic Reading Techniques in Teaching Grammatical Structures to Children with Expressive Language Disorders” by Kristen Ambler “Deciding Factors in the Parents’ Decision for a Cochlear Implant” by K. Esau

2006 – 2007: “Generalization Across Phonemes and Settings Using Concurrent Treatment for Phonologic Disorders”

2005 - 2007: “Generalization of Personalized Cueing to Enhance Word Finding in Natural Settings”

2004 – 2006: “Phonological Disorders: An Efficacy Study of the Hodson Cycles Approach to Remediation”

2003 – 2005: “The Efficacy of Concurrent Articulation Treatment to Improve Single Phoneme Production in Children with Decreased Speech Intelligibility”

2000 – 2002: “A Group Therapy Approach for Teaching Communication-Related Problem Solving Skills to Adults with Aphasia”

2000 - 2001: “The Efficacy of Olfactory Stimulation on the Naming of Subjects with Aphasia”

2000 – 2001: “Dysphagia Resource Manual for Speech-Language Pathologists” [project]

1998 – 2000: “Measurement of Patient Outcomes using Functional Independence Measures”

Special Skills

Proficient in Endoscopic Examinations of the Larynx (Laryngoscopy) & Modified Barium Swallowing Studies (MBSS) “Lee Silverman Voice Therapy Program”, certified in September, 2005

“Swallowing Disorders: Diagnosis and Treatment Strategies”, basic and advanced courses by Jeri Logemann, Ph.D.

Pronouncing English as a Second Language (P-ESL), certified by Arthur Compton in 1990

Laryngectomy Rehabilitation, registered mentor with the IAL

CUED Speech

Dr. Stephen Roberts

 Roberts

stroberts@mail.fresnostate.edu

Dr. Steven Skelton - Department Chair

Skelton
sskelton@mail.fresnostate.edu

Educational Background

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY DEGREE: University of California, Santa Barbara. March 21, 1998. Major: Speech & Hearing Sciences 

MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE from California State University, Fresno. December 1983. Major: Communicative Disorders Emphasis: Speech-Language Pathology 

BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE from California State University, Bakersfield. December 1977. Majors: Psychology and Liberal Studies. Minor: English

Professional Employment

Aug. 2004 - Present: Associate Professor of Speech-Language Pathology, Dept. of Communicative Disorders & Deaf Studies, California State University - Fresno. 

Aug. 1998 - Present: Assistant Professor of Speech-Language Pathology, Dept. of Communicative Disorders & Deaf Studies, California State University - Fresno. 

Aug. 1993 - July 1998: Assistant Professor of Communication Disorders, University of South Dakota. 

Sept. 1992 - June 1993: Speech-Language Pathologist, Pleasant Valley School District, Camarillo, Calif. 

Sept. 1990 - June 1992: Clinical Supervisor, Speech and Hearing Center, University of California, Santa Barbara (Rank: Teaching Associate).

Aug. 1982 - June 1989: Speech-Language Pathologist with the Office of the Superintendent of Schools, Kern County, California.

Courses Taught

CSD - 105 - Articulation Disorders (taught distance learning) 

CSD - 107/110 - Diagnostic Procedures 

CSD - 115 - Disorders of Fluency and Voice (taught distance learning) 

CSD - 200 - Graduate Studies and Research Methods in Communicative Disorders 

CSD - 204 - Seminar in Stuttering 

CSD - 214 - Language Disorders of Infants and Toddlers 

CSD - 215 - Phonologic and Severe Speech Disorders: Communication Intervention, Augmentation, and Alternatives (formerly CSD 206). (taught distance learning) 

CSD - 230 - Advanced Clinical Practicum

Scholarly Activities

Publications-Peer-reviewed journals:

Skelton, S. L. (2004). Concurrent task sequencing in single-phoneme phonologic treatment and generalization. Journal of Communication Disorders, 37, 131-155. 

Skelton, S. L., & Funk, T. E. (2004). Teaching speech sounds to young children: A pilot study of concurrent treatment using randomly - ordered, variable-complexity task sequences. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 99, 602-604. 

Publications-Non-Peer-reviewed journals: 

Skelton, S. L. (2004). Motor-skill learning approach to the treatment of speech-sound disorders. CSHA, 34, (1), 8-9,16. 
Peer-reviewed Presentations. 

Skelton, S. L., & Inouye, S., (November 2004.) American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA. Poster Session. Title: Phonological University Preschool: An Integration of Phonological and Motor-Skill Treatments. 

Skelton, S. L., & Funk, T. E., (November 2003.) American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Chicago, IL. Poster Session. Title: Concurrent Treatment With Preschool-Age Children With Phonologic Disorders. 

Skelton, S. L., Gagnon, R., Stevens, K., Humphreys, R., & Maul, C. A. (November 2002.) American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Atlanta, GA. Poster Session. Title: Teaching self-regulatory behaviors to children with ADHD and language disorders. 

Humphreys, R., Gough, T., Dias, B, Skelton, S. (April 2002). California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Los Angeles, CA., Poster Session. Title: Using dynamic assessment to predict treatment efficacy with preschool children. 

Salcedo, A., Weichmann, A., Skelton, S., Humphreys, R., and Maul, C. (November 2000.) American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Washington, DC. Poster Session. Title: A catalog of recreational reading material for developmentally disabled adults. 

Skelton, S. L. (November 1999.) American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, San Francisco, CA. Poster Session. Title: Comparing intermixed and programmed instruction phonologic treatment effects and generalization. 

Other Presentations: 

November, 2004. Invited inservice to speech-language pathologists of Clovis Unified School District on the topic An Integrated Approach to the Treatment of Speech-sound Disorders. 

November 2004. Invited inservice to speech-language pathologists hosted by Bakersfield Association of Speech-Pathologists and Audiologists "Putting It All Together: An Integrated Approach to the Treatment of Speech-sound Disorders. 

October 2003. Invited inservice to speech-language pathologists of Sanger Unified School District on the topic Treatment of Speech-Sound Disorders: Recent Trends. 

October 2003. Invited inservice to speech-language pathologists of Clovis Unified School District on the topic Treatment of Phonologic Disorders: Recent Trends. 

August 2003. Invited inservice to speech-language pathologists of the Diagnostic Center of Central California and Tulare County Office of Education on the topic of how to administer, score, and interpret the Communication and Symbolic Behavior Scales. 

Grants: 

State Research Awards for 2003 - 2004. Research proposal: Efficacy of Two Treatments for Children with Phonologic Disorder. Grant funded for $5,000.oo under the CSU Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Program. 

State Research Awards for 2001 - 2002. Research proposal: Metacognitive intervention for the remediation of pragmatic deficits: treatment efficacy in children with a dual-diagnosis of attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder and language disorder. Grant funded for $5,000.oo under the CSU Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity Program.

University, Community, and Professional Service

Professional Affiliations: 

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 

California Speech-Language-Hearing Association 
Member Board of Directors (director district 5) for California Speech-Language-Hearing Association. 

Professional License, Certification, and Credentials: 

Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (A.S.H.A.) active since 1983. 

California License for Speech Pathology (SP 5174) active since 1983. 

California Credentials: Clinical Rehabilitative Services Credential (Clear), Special Education Specialist - Communicative Handicapped (Life), Multiple Subjects (Life), Single Subjects - Social Sciences (Life). 

Service to California State University-Fresno: 

1999 - 2005 Member, Academic Senate. 

1999 - 2005 Student Outcomes Assessment Coordinator (representing department). 

2001 Member, University Task Force on Employee and Workplace Development. 

2001 - 2002. Affirmative Action Designee. 

2001 - 2003. Member, Board of Directors for the Fund for Excellence. 
Service to the College of Health and Human Services. 

2004 - Present, Member CHHS Executive Committee. 

2001 - 2005. Member, Curriculum Committee. 

Service to the Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies: 

2005 - Present. Graduate Coordinator. 

2001 - 2005. Chair, Curriculum Committee. 

1999 - 2005. Chair of Department Student Outcomes Assessment Committee. 

2000 - 2005. Member of Departmental Advising Committee. 

2003. Member of search committee for Clinic Director position. 
Service to the Community. 

2001 - 2005. Member, Advisory Committee to District 5, California Speech-Language-Hearing Association. 

2003 - Present. Director, District 5, California Speech-Language-Hearing Association.

Dr. Janice Smith-Warshaw

Smith Warshaw

jsmithwarshaw@mail.fresnostate.edu

Scholarly Interests

ASL/English bilingual education, education of deaf and hard of hearing students, social and educational justice, change leadership, and institutionalization.

Education

Ed.D., Leadership for Educational Justice, University of Redlands, 2013

Ed.S., Change Leadership in Deaf Education, Gallaudet University, 2009

Administrative Services Credential Tier II, California State University, Fullerton, 2009

Administrative Services Credential Tier I, University of California, Riverside, 2004

Education Specialist Credential Tier II, California State University, Northridge, 2001

M.S., Deaf Education, McDaniel College, 1996

B.S., Management Science, University of South Carolina, 1986

Professional Certificate

Professional Certification, Administrator of the Deaf and HH Students, Council on Education of the Deaf (December 2015- December 2020)

Professional Experience

2015 – Present, Assistant Professor/Director of Deaf Studies/Project Director of Deaf Education Personnel Preparation Federal grant program, Communicative Science and Deaf Studies Department, California State University, Fresno

2013-2015, Superintendent, Illinois School for the Deaf, Jacksonville, Illinois

2009-2013, Curriculum Supervisor, California School for the Deaf, Riverside

2008-2009, Accreditation Chair & PE/5th Year Principal, CSDR

2004-2008, High School Principal, CSDR

2002-2004, Early Childhood Education Principal, CSDR

2000-2002, Elementary Teacher, CSDR

1998-2000, HS Science Teacher/Lead Teacher, Model Secondary School for the Deaf, Washington, DC

1996-1998, Upper Elementary Teacher/ASL Resource Teacher, Delaware School for the Deaf, Newark, DE

Grants and Awards Funded

August 2015 – August 2020: Principal Investigator. U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs. Combined Priority for Personnel Preparation Grant Award H325K13040 for California Deaf Education Personnel Preparation Project (DEPP). ($798,672 for 5 years)

Presentations/Workshops

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2018, April). Why Educational Justice Matters in Deaf Education, presentation given at the Clovis Community College in Clovis, CA.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2018, February). Why Educational Justice Matters in Deaf Education, presentation given at the Utah State University in Logan, UT.

Smith-Warshaw, J., & Johnson, S. (2017, August). The Future Directions of the Deaf Studies Programs at Fresno State, presentation given at the National Black Deaf Advocates conference in Baltimore, MD.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2017, June). Community Connections at Fresno State: Deaf Space and Service Learning at Fresno State, presentation given at the American Sign Language Teachers Association conference in Salt Lake City, UT.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2017, June). Transformations at California State University, Fresno, presentation given at the National Deaf Education conference in Indianapolis, IN.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2017, April). Establishment of K-12 ASL Content Standards in Schools for the Deaf: The Early Innovators, presentation given at the Conference of Educational Administrators of Schools & Programs for the Deaf in Hartford, CT.

Smith-Warshaw, J., & Johnson, S. (2017, March). Deaf Friendly Mainstream: Tips for a Language Rich Environment, presentation given at the California Educators of the Deaf conference in Pasadena, CA.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2016, February). The 21st Century Deaf and Hard of Hearing Classroom. Paper presented at annual conference of the California Educators of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Fresno, CA.

Smith-Warshaw, J., Johnson, S., Crume, P., & Berrett, B. (2016, February). Future Directions of Fresno State’s Deaf Education Program. Paper presented at annual conference of the California Educators of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Fresno, CA.

Johnson, S., Smith-Warshaw, J., Crume, P., & Berrett, B. (2016, February). Quality learning and teaching: Developing online course content in Deaf studies. Paper presented at annual conference of the Association of College Educators of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, New York, NY.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2015, August). The Benefits of ASL. Invited Endnote Speaker at the South Carolina Association for the Deaf Conference, Greenville, SC.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2015, July). Why Educational Justice Matters, presentation given at the South Carolina Association for the Deaf conference in Greenville, SC.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2014, August). My Background: Family, Education, and Professional Experience, presentation given at the Illinois School for the Deaf Outreach conference in Jacksonville, IL.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2014, June). The History of Illinois School for the Deaf Superintendents, presentation given at the Illinois School for the Deaf’s 175th Anniversary Class Reunion conference in Jacksonville, IL.

Smith-Warshaw, J. & Mitchell, R. (2014, April). Using Organizational Change Theory to Understand the Establishment of K-12 ASL Content Standards in Schools for the Deaf: A Study of the Early Innovators, presentation given at the American Educational Research Association conference in Philadelphia, PA.

Smith-Warshaw, J. & Dramin, R. (2014, March). ASL Signs in Sports, presentation given at the Illinois Deaf and HH Commission’s Interpreter conference in Springfield, IL.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2014, January). Community Engagement Conference. Invited address at the Illinois State Rehabilitation Conference, Ottawa, IL.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2013, June). Shared Leadership Matters. Invited Endnote Speaker at the Illinois Association of the Deaf Conference, Urbana, IL.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2013, March). K-12 ASL Programs in the School for the Deaf, presentation given at the California Educators of the Deaf conference in San Diego, CA.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2012, November). The School Our Deaf Children Deserve: Five Steps of Whole-System Transformation to Support Dual Language Pedagogy, presentation given at the ASLRT conference in Olathe, KS.

Smith-Warshaw, J. & Thompson, E. (2010, March). Language Planning at CSDR: A 5-Year Plan, presentation given at the Conference of ASL and English Bilingual Education Research (CAEBER) conference in Washington, D.C.

Smith-Warshaw, J. & Brown, M. (2003, November). Develop Early Literacy Skills at Home, presentation given at the California Reading Association (CRA) conference in San Diego, CA.

Smith-Warshaw, J. & Brown, M. (2003, March). Develop Early Literacy Skills at Home, presentation given at the California Educators of the Deaf (Cal-ED) conference in San Diego, CA.

Smith-Warshaw, J. & Peters, M. (1999, October). A New American Sign Language Curriculum Framework Design for Students: A 5-Year Plan, presentation given at the National American Sign Language Teachers Association (ASLTA) conference in Rochester, NY.

Smith-Warshaw, J. & Peters, M. (1999, July). A New American Sign Language Curriculum Framework Design for Students: A 5-Year Plan, presentation given at the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) conference in Brisbane, Australia.

Bosso, E., Kuntze, M., & Smith-Warshaw, J. (1997, June). ASL at Delaware School for the Deaf: A Collaborative Effort with the Deaf Community, presentation given at the Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf (CAID) conference in Hartford, CT.

Community Presentations

Smith-Warshaw, J., & Johnson, S. (2017, March). Deaf Culture Matters. Presented at the President’s Commission on Human Relations and Equity workshop, Fresno State.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2016, June). The Mental Models. Presented at the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Center, Fresno, CA.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2016, May). Deaf Culture Matters. Presented at the Shop Talk Series, Fresno State.

Smith-Warshaw, J. (2016, April). The Benefits of Academic ASL. Presented at the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Center, Fresno, CA.

Undergraduate & Graduate Classes Taught at Fresno State

CSDS 90         American Deaf Literature (Online)

CSDS 91         American Sign Language Level 1

CSDS 94S       American Sign Language Level IV

CSDS 163       Language Development and Instruction for Deaf Children & Youth

CSDS 164       School Subjects for Deaf Children & Youth

CSDS 188T     Special Topics

CSDS 201       Interviewing and Counseling in Communicative Sciences (Online)

CSDS 255       Assessment of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students (Hybrid course)

CSDS 263       Language Development and Instruction for D/HH Students (Hybrid)

CSDS 264       Curriculum and Instruction (Hybrid)

Deaf Education Online Modules – Psot-Baccalaureate Program At Fresno State

Overview of Deaf Education                           (100% online)

Intermediate Concepts of Deaf Education      (100% online)

Advanced Concepts of Deaf Education          (100% online)

Institutional Service

Search Committee for the full-time Lead Interpreter position, CSU Fresno (August – September, 2016)

Search Committee for the Student Services Director position, CSU Fresno (June – August, 2016)

A Strategic Plan for Inclusion, Respect and Equity (ASPIRE) Resource Team, President’s Commission on Human Relations and Equity, CSU Fresno (2016 – 2018)

Academic Senate Representative for the Communicative Sciences and Deaf Studies Department, California State University, Fresno (2016 – 2019)

Learning Management System Committee, Representative for the Communicative Sciences and Deaf Studies Department, California State University, Fresno (2017 – 2018)

Curriculum Committee, College of Health and Human Services, California State University, Fresno (2017 – present)

Departmental Service Activities

Revised and developed the 2016 accreditation report on Fresno State’s Deaf Education program for the Council on Education of the Deaf (CED) (June – August, 2016)

Advisor, American Sign Language Club, California State University, Fresno (January 2016 – present)

Director of Deaf Studies, California State University, Fresno (July 2016 – present)

Grant Funding

Project Director, Deaf Education Personnel Preparation - H325K13040, U.S. Department of Education Federal Grant, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services.

Professional Affiliations and Service

President, National American Sign Language Teacher Association Board, (2018 – present)

President of Board of Directors, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Center, Fresno, CA (2015 – present)

American Educational Research Association, Research on the Education of Deaf Persons Special Interest Group (2013 – present)

American Sign Language Teacher Association (1992 – present)

Association of College Educators of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (2016 – present) 

California Educator for the Deaf (Cal-ED) (2002 – present)

Conference of Educational Administrators of Schools and Programs for the Deaf (2013 – present)

National Association of the Deaf (1986 – present)

Professional Development Activities

DISCOVERe Faculty Learning Community (Digital Course Training) offered by CSU-Fresno’s Center for Faculty Excellence. January – June, 2017.

ASL Prosody with a focus on Non-manual signals by Dr. Byron Bridges at the CSU-Fresno. September 18, 2015.

Getting Started with Grants Workshop offered by CSU-Fresno Office of Research & Sponsored Programs.              September 3, 2015.

Graduate Online Pedagogy & Mentorship Workshop offered by California State University, Fresno Graduate Net Initiative. August 10, 12, & 14, 2015.

Smith-Warshaw, J. Served as a committee member of CEASD accreditation site visit at the Kansas School for the Deaf, Olathe, KS. February, 2014.

Awards

2017  California State University, Fresno Club Advisor of the Year Award

2010  California School for the Deaf, Riverside Supervisor of the Year Award

2014  Deaf Person of the Month Award in the Deaf Life magazine

Full-Time Faculty

Natalie Berrett

Berrett 

nberrett@mail.fresnostate.edu

Dr. Cynthia Cavazos

Cavazos 

cynthiac@mail.fresnostate.edu

Dr. Rosemary Wanis

Wanis

rosemaryw@mail.fresnostate.edu

Emeritus Faculty

Dr. Paul Ogden

Ogden

paulo@mail.fresnostate.edu

Part-Time Faculty

Faculty Name Email
Brooke Bohall  
Misty Carlson mistyc@mail.fresnostate.edu
Keith Catron keithc@mail.fresnostate.edu
Jennifer Cole-Regis jcoleregis@mail.fresnostate.edu
Dr. Chantel Cox chantelc@mail.fresnostate.edu
Leslie Cox lcox@mail.fresnostate.edu
Tori Cox  
Amanda Fitts-Caress afittscaress@mail.fresnostate.edu
Wendy Garbarino  
Courtney Gebhart  
Jamie Hammond jajensen@mail.fresnostate.edu
Dr. Trisha Houston trishah@mail.fresnostate.edu
Annette Klein aklein@mail.fresnostate.edu
Katrina Kuyumjian kkuyumjian@mail.fresnostate.edu
Amber Ladd asporter@mail.fresnostate.edu
Lauren Lamoureaux  
Edith Mendez emendez@mail.fresnostate.edu
Dr. Louise Mueller louisem@mail.fresnostate.edu
Natalie Nichols nnichols@mail.fresnostate.edu
Ericka Olsen  
Patricia Parker pparker@mail.fresnostate.edu
Amy Prince aprince@mail.fresnostate.edu
Denise Schiavone dschiavone@mail.fresnostate.edu
Sara Snell  
Joanna Spain jspain@mail.fresnostate.edu
Kimberly Woodcock kwoodcock@mail.fresnostate.edu