Communication Sciences and Disorders students present theses
By Office of University Relations
Posted: 02/28/2002
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Graduate students in The University of Texas-Pan American Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders successfully defended their theses recently before students and faculty. Seated, from left, are Adelaida Espericueta-Saenz, "Four Case Studies of Hispanic Children’s Responses to a Videotaped Language Sampling Procedure"; Yvonne DeAnda, "Wordless Picture Books Versus Standard Stories for Language Assessment of Spanish-Speaking Children"; and Marcia Gonzalez, "A Case Study of a School-age Stutterer’s Response to Delayed Auditory Feedback." Standing are Dr. Mary Anne Mauricio, COMD faculty and theses committee member; Dr. Nola T. Radford, COMD faculty and theses committee chair; Dr. Olga Ramirez, committee member and research design consultant; and Dr. Lang Zing, committee member and research design statistical consultant. Not pictured is Dr. Teri Mata-Pistokache, Communication Sciences and Disorders interim chair and theses committee member. The three students are among four in the department’s history who have chosen the theses route to graduation.