Gabrielle Gardner

Gabrielle Gardner is a second-year graduate student in Communication Disorders at Marshall. This is her third year involved in CORP, and her current research focuses on the experiences of CORP members involved from the group’s inception. Gabrielle was a participant in ASHA’s 2009 Minority Student Leadership Program at the Annual Convention in New Orleans, LA; she will be presenting at ASHA this November in Philadelphia.

Her recent presentations include:

Gardner, G., & Frank, S. T. (2009, November). Exploring language and literacy skills of children with hearing impairment. Poster session presented at the annual convention of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. New Orleans, LA.

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

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.