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Elaine Shuey, Ph.D, CCC-SLP (
Professor of Speech-Language Pathology, Department Chair
B.S., 1978, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
M.A., 1980, Kent State University
Ph.D., 1990, Kent State University
Bio: Dr. Shuey's research interests include the aging voice, voice disorders, and teaching methods. Dr. Shuey specializes in voice disorders, cleft palate, laryngectomy, and the effect of aging on communication and is the coordinator of ESU's Gerontology Concentration.
Office: (570) 422-3681

Robert Ackerman, Ph.D, CCC-SLP, J.D. (
Professor of Speech-Language Pathology
B.A., 1972, SUNY at Albany
M.S., 1976, Townson State University
Ph.D., 1982, Wichita State University
Bio: Dr. Ackerman's research interests include language disorders, neurogenic communication disorders, and phonological disorders. Dr. Ackerman's areas of specialty are clinical process analysis, neural bases of communication, and motor speech disorders. Dr. Ackerman has also traveled to China on several occasions and has taught English in China. He has been a member of the ESU faculty since 1984.
Office: (570) 422-3682

LuAnn Batson-Magnuson, Ph.D, CCC-SLP (
Assistant Professor of Speech-Language Pathology, Graduate Coordinator
B.S. 1982, East Stroudsburg State College
M.S. 1987, Bloomsburg University
Ph.D., 2010, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
Bio: Dr. Magnuson's research interests include literacy and language, dysphagia, Velocardiofacial syndrome. Dr. Magnuson has over 25 years clinical experience and continues to work with both the pediatric and adult populations.
Office: (570) 422-3311.

Susan Dillmuth-Miller, Au.D., CCC-A, FAAA (
Assistant Professor of Speech-Language Pathology, Clinical Audiologist
B.S., 1991. Bloomsburg University
M.A., 1993, University of Cincinnati
Au.D., 2008, Salus University
Bio: Dr. Miller is the clinical audiologist for ESU's Speech & Hearing Center. She teaches undergraduate and graduate audiology courses Dr. Miller also teaches speech & language development and sign language. She has over fifteen years of experience practicing in the field working with both pediatric and adult patients in private practice, medical settings and the public schools. Research interests include genetic hearing loss, pediatrics and educational audiology.
Office: (570) 422-3684

Ann Millett, MS.ED, CCC-SLP (
Assistant Professor of Speech-Language Pathology, Clinic Director
B.S., 1979, College of St. Rose
M.S., 1980, College of St. Rose
Bio: Professor Millett's areas of interest focus on augmentative/alternative communication, sign language, children's language, fluency and phonology. Professor Millett is also the Monroe Hall Speech and Hearing Center Director.
Office: (570) 422-3304

Rachel Wolf, Ph.D., CCC-SLP (
Assistant Professor of Speech-Language Pathology, Graduate Externship Coordinator
B.A., 1995, University of Vermont
M.S., 1997, Northeastern University
Ph.D., 2009 New York University
Bio: Dr. Wolf's research interests include brain specialization for pragmatic language processes, language and the right hemisphere, and use of normal and abnormal repetition in discourse. Dr. Wolf's areas of specialty include neuroanalysis of normal and disordered language across age ranges and disorder types, with particular interest in autism spectrum disorders. Dr. Wolf has 14 years of clinical experience in addition to her research and academic endeavors.