Susan Moore

Clinical Professor Emeritus
Susan is the former Director of Clinical Education and Services for the department. She successfully developed and institutionalized a distance-learning program for SLPA personnel development as project director of a four year USDOE grant and has co-authored a text with Lynea Pearson, Competencies and Strategies for Speech Language Pathology Assistants. She has developed several educational programs and videos including A Story about El Grupo , a parent education and support...

Peter Ramig

Professor Emeritus
Dr. Ramig specialized in stuttering in children and adults. His writings include numerous research articles, many book chapters pertaining to the topic of stuttering, a 2005 published book with co-author Darrell Dodge, The Child and Adolescent Stuttering Treatment and Activity Resource Guide , and another very recent published book on stuttering treatment, Practical Therapy Strategies for Working More Effectively with Children and Teens Who Stutter . In addition, he has...

Lynn Snyder

Professor Emeritus
Dr. Snyder is the former Director of the Center for Language and Learning (CLL) and oversaw the administration of the Center and its Modified Foreign Language (MFL) Program for college students with foreign language learning problems. Dr. Snyder also conducted research on the development of computer-based reading assessments for preschool and school age students and reading intervention programs for school age and adolescent students. Her research was conducted in collaboration...

Richard Sweetman

Professor Emeritus
I have a love affair with CU! I arrived in Boulder as a green (beanied) freshman in 1956. After a few changes of major, it was clear that I was on the popular five-year Arts plan. Finally, I decided on Speech Education, planning to teach in high school. But in order to be somewhat prepared if any speech disordered students took my classes, I thought it would be important to...