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Friday October 4, 2013
The Hilton Garden Inn of Grand Forks
Presenter: Pam Marshalla, M.A., CCC-SLP
Topic: Frontal Lisp, Lateral Lisp, Distorted R: Therapy Techniques for Remediation of all Sibilants and R
Credit: The North Dakota State Board of Examiners has approved the Colloquium for 6 clock hours toward 2014 SLP/AUD relicensure.
For more information or to reserve your spot, please contact the department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Pam Marshalla
Pam Marshalla has been a practicing speech-language pathologist since 1976. She completed a Master's Thesis in phonology at the University of Illinois under the direction of Elaine Pagel Paden and Barbara Williams Hodson. She has worked with clients of all ages and ability levels in schools, hospitals, university clinics, parent-infant programs, residential facilities, and private practice. Pam is the author of nine books, one standardized assessment tool, one children's music CD, and several published articles. She has taught hundreds of continuing education courses to tens of thousands of speech-language pathologists in the United States and Canada. These have included numerous invited local, state, regional, and national conventions. Pam is a "clinician's clinician" whose practical books and seminars successfully integrate research data and clinical experiences.
About the Colloquium
The purpose of the colloquium is to bring the latest advances in clinical practice to UND students and faculty, particularly in specialized areas that may be difficult to cover in depth within the UND curriculum. Each colloquium consists of a day long presentation by an individual who is a recognized authority in a particular area of communication disorders. In addition, the SLPs who supervise our students in their outside placements are invited. The series has been a popular one, averaging in the neighborhood of 90 attendees per colloquium.
The CSD colloquium series has been in existence since 2002, but has recently received a much-appreciated financial boost. Initially funded by CSD and UND funds, the colloquium has been underwritten by the Erwin and Colleen Martens Endowment since the spring of 2006. Funding through the Endowment has brought both increased resources and a stable and predictable source of funds for the future.
Colleen received her B.S. in communication sciences and disorders from UND in 1984 and her M.S. in speech-language pathology from UND in 1985. Thanks to the Marten’s generosity, CSD at UND has an additional and extremely valuable means of enriching the educational experience of its constituents.