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Mrs. Nichole A Mulvey

Mrs. Nichole A Mulvey

Assistant Professor

Office: 2306 - Human Services
Phone: 217-581-7448
Email: namulvey@eiu.edu

Frequently Taught Courses

CDS 2500 Anatomy & Physiology of Speech, Language, Hearing and Swallowing
CDS 2200 Language Acquisition
CDS 5250 Advanced Language Disorders

Education

Current Doctoral Candidate in Curriculum & Instruction, Indiana State University, anticipated completion date December 2014
M. A., Speech and Hearing Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2003
B. S., Speech and Hearing Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2001

Professional Organizations

ASHA
ISHA
SEISHA

Research

Preschool & Early Elementary Language
Literacy
Early Intervention
School-Based Issues

Selected Conference Presentations

The Effects of Explicit Story Grammar Instruction on the Narrative Skills of Preschool Children, poster session, ASHA Schools Conference, July 2014

Funding & Grants

Early Research Support Grant Award, College of Sciences, EIU
Faculty Research Mentor Grant, URSCA, EIU

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