Faculty

Kathryn Barrett

Adjunct Professor

B.S. & M.S.-East Carolina; Ph.D.-University of Wisconsin

Auditory Processing Disorders: Diagnosis and treatment; Behavioral and Electrophysiological measures of auditory processing.

(336) 334-7616

kabarret@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A104

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June Bethea

Adjunct Lecturer

B.A. & M.A.-South Carolina State University

Child Language Disorders, Literacy, Neurogenic Communication Disorders, Stuttering in Women, Needs of Exceptional Children

(336) 334-7616

jbethea@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A104

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Stephanie Carrino

Lecturer

B.A. & M.A.-University Of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Educational philosophy and pedagogy, culture and identity, research methods and epistemology, feminist theory, digital education, body studies.

(336) 334-7616

scarrino@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A320

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Johnetta Chavis

Lecturer

B.A.-North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State Univ. ; M.A.-Appalachian State University

Children with Autism, Dual language learners and the cultural/regional differences of the languages, Differences within generational communication, Applied Behavior Analysis, and the needs of preschool exceptional children.

(336)334-7616

jechavis@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A104

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Samuel Cook

Lecturer

B.A. & M.A.-University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Leadership and Communication-Computer Mediated Communication

(336)334-7616

sccook@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A104

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Dwight Davis

Lecturer

B.A.-High Point Univ.; M.A.-University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Film theory, dialectical issues subjectivity and objectivity.

(336) 334-7616

dndavis@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A104

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Marissa Dick

Lecturer

B.S.-Shaw Univ.; M.S.-North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State Univ.

Fantasy Theory, Racial Micro-Aggression Theory, John Dewey’s Mis-Educative Experiences: Inside of the Classroom

(336) 334-7616

dickm@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A104

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Ingram Land-Deans

Lecturer

B.A.-North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State Univ.; M.A.-Michigan State University

Cultural Dialects, Interpersonal and Relational Communication, Autism, Psycholinguistics, Child Language Development and Disorders, Multi-cultural Issues in Adult and Child Language Disorders, and Communication Disorder Influences on Intimate Partner Violence.

(336) 334-7616

ildeans@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A104

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Carolyn Mayo

Associate Professor

B.S. & M.A.-Ohio State; Ph.D-Michigan State

Adult neurogenic disorders; public perceptions of communication differences and disorders; communication wellness

(336) 334-7616

cmmayo@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A302F

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Deana McQuitty

Lecturer

B.A.-North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State Univ.; M.A.-Southern State; Doctorate in Speech-Language Pathology-Nova South-eastern University

Child Language Disorders, Mentoring and Supervising Cultural & Diverse Students, Grant Writing, Research in Early Intervention and Best Practices in Assessment & Intervention Across the Lifespan

(336) 334-7616

dlmcquit@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A319

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Daniel Richardson

Lecturer

B.A.-University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; M.A.-University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Rhetorical studies, history of rhetoric, political communication, argumentation & debate, interpersonal communication, small group communication

(336) 334-7616

Dbricha1@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A104

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Tracey Snipes

Adjunct Professor

B.A.-North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State Univ.; M.A.-Appalachian State Univ.; Ph. D.-University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Cultural and linguist diversity in communication sciences and disorders, spirituality and teaching, multicultural issues and diversity in the SLP field as well as teaching.

(336) 334-7616

Tsnipes@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A104

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Robin Terry-Armstrong

Lecturer

B.S.-Shaw Univ.; M.A.-Ohio State

Phonological processes and its effect on reading/academic achievement. Auditory memory and its impact on achievement.

(336) 334-7616

rlterrya@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A104

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Brian Tomlin

Lecturer

B.A.-University of Virginia; M. Ed.-University of North Carolina-Greensboro, J.D. Law-North Carolina Central University

Human Behavior and its link with Communication, Judicial Communication Studies, and Elements of Rhetoric: Comprising an Analysis of the Laws in Theory, Rhetorical studies.

(336) 334-7616

bktomlin@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A104

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Regina M. Williams

Associate Professor; Program Director

B.A.-Hampton University; M.A.-University of Oklahoma; Ph. D.-University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Environmental Communication, Communication Ethics, Relationship Communication; Recidivism Studies, Intercultural Communication, Persuasive Communication for International Understanding

(336) 334-7616

Rmwilli1@ncat.edu

General Classroom Building A302N

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