With a focus on interdisciplinary training and the resolve to address complex issues affecting young children at risk for or with disabilities and their families, CEC-RAP welcomes students from across campus to join the center’s activities. Students are encouraged to participate in projects with our community partners, complete service learning hours, join our ongoing research or design and complete independent research under the supervision of our faculty and collaborators.

 

BabyTok

Megan Cabana, B.H.S.
Second Year Graduate Student
Communication Science and Disorders
Grayce Hoskins, B.S.
Second Year Graduate Student
Communication Science and Disorders
Tyra Ivy, B.S.
Second Year Graduate Student
Communication Science and Disorders
Anna Libby, B.S.
Second Year Graduate Student
Communication Science and Disorders
Katherine Perez, B.S.
Second Year Graduate Student
Communication Science and Disorders

FGRBI

Kerri Grimaldi
Undergraduate Senior
Child and Family Studies
Izzy Hoogland
Undergraduate Senior
Communication Science and Disorders

Annabelle Jajuga
Undergraduate Junior
Communication Science and Disorders

Natalie Kozak
Undergraduate Junior
Communication Science and Disorders
Emily Grace Robinson
Undergraduate Junior
Communication Science and Disorders
Kara Spinks
Undergraduate Senior
Communication Science and Disorders

FL-EPIC

Diana Abarca, M.A., CF-SLP
Doctoral Student
Communication Science and Disorders
Danielle Hovsepian, B.S
First Year Graduate Student
Communication Science and Disorders 
Aneli Urrutia
Undergraduate Senior
Communication Science and Disorders

LEIFc

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Josie Fry
Undergraduate Senior
Communication Science and Disorders

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Viviana Smith
Undergraduate Senior
Communication Science and Disorders

Faculty Support

Honors in the Major

Developmental Disabilities

Mallory Kanterman
Undergraduate Senior
Communication Science and Disorders
Olivia Flood
Undergraduate Senior
Communication Science and Disorders
Shannon Richards, B.S.
First Year Graduate Student
Communication Science and Disorders

Keely Andrews
Bridge Program
Communication Science and Disorders

Derica Parathundil
Undergraduate Senior
Communication Science and Disorders