Pamela Smith, Ph.D.

Types:

Bloomsburg University Employee
Title(s)
professor of speech pathology
Department
Education

B.S.Ed. Kutztown University

M.A. Ohio University

Ph.D. Temple University

Contact Information

Smith teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Speech-Language Pathology, including Acquired Disorders, Psycholinguistics, and courses in swallowing. She advises graduate and undergraduate student research projects and is an undergraduate academic advisor. She is also a co-advisor for Bloomsburg University’s NSSLHA Chapter. Her research interests are in language processing in adults, normal and disordered swallowing in adults, and clinical training issues. She presents research findings in local, national and international conferences and has published her research in journals such as Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research and Aphasiology. She is an active member of ASHA’s Special Interest Groups and is editor of the Perspectives newsletter for the Gerontology group.