Debra Schober-Peterson, clinical professor and director of the College of Education & Human Development’s Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic, has been named a Fellow for the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Fellows are awarded for their outstanding contributions to the discipline of communication sciences and disorders.
Schober-Peterson is passionate about her work with young children who exhibit language or speech sound disorders and is dedicated to providing students in speech-language pathology with the best academic and clinical experiences possible. She teaches courses in the areas of language disorders in young children, speech sound disorders and diagnostic methods. She also coordinates the program’s part-time clinical internships and full-time medical placements. Schober-Peterson has been involved in clinical education in the field of speech-language pathology for more than 30 years.
She will be formally recognized at the ASHA Annual Convention in Boston, Mass., in November.