Becker's areas of interest include dysphagia, quality of life, aphasia, and geriatrics.
Cremeen's research interests include child language development and the effects of language deficits on family dynamics, adult-child interactions in families and in the provision of clinical and educational services, and training needs in SLP graduate programs.
Green's research interests include aphasia as well as neuromuscular feedback for voice and motor speech.
Stacie M. Greene is the clinical director for the Master of Speech-Language Pathology Program.
Her research and clinical interests include: literacy, fluency, aphasia, apraxia and graduate speech-language pathology program development.
Jeffrey Knox was employed in K-12 schools for 31 years, being both a SLP and the chair of the Speech Pathology program at Grant Wood AEA.
Krupke's areas of interest include early literacy, articulation and phonology, language-learning, voice, and accent reduction.
Joined the Master of Speech-Language Pathology faculty at St. Ambrose University in 2011 as an Assistant Professor.