Caroline Banks

Caroline Banks is a second year graduate student in the Communication Disorders program at Marshall University. Ms. Banks is currently researching vocal aging and patterns of research among students and faculty. She is an active member of her Department’s Community of Research Practice.

Her recent presentations include:

Banks, C., Casey-Heatherman, W., Clark, M., Ellis, K., Fraley, N., Gardner, G., Fry, L., & McComas, K. (2009, November). Researching Researchers: Demystifying the Process and the People. Poster presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing-Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Casey-Heatherman, Banks, C., & Fry, L. (2009, November). Predictors of Vocal Handicap in Elderly Adults. Poster presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing-Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Fry, L., Banks, C., Casey-Heatherman, W., Clark, M., Ellis, K., Frank, S., Gardner, G., Jones, A., McComas, K., & Reynolds, M. (2009, April). A Community of Research Practice: Fostering Scholarship Among Students and Faculty. Poster presented at the West Virginia Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, Huntington, WV.