Becker's areas of interest include dysphagia, quality of life, aphasia, and geriatrics.
She has taught Diagnostics; Multicultural Assessment and Intervention; Multicultural Study Abroad in Ecuador; Language Development and Disorders; Articulation and Phonological Disorders.
Green's research interests include aphasia as well as neuromuscular feedback for voice and motor speech.
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.