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Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders

Edwin H. Eddy Lectures

DVD rentals are available for most lectures in recent years. Rentals require a deposit and fee. ASHA credit is not offered if DVDs are checked out. For more information, please contact the Eddy Lecture Coordinator at (218) 726-7307.


  • Ruth Stoeckel
    • "Clinical Decision-Making in Assessment and Treatment of Childhood Apraxia of Speech"
  • Linda Hodgdon
    • "Visual Strategies for Autism"
  • Richard Adler
    • "Counseling in Voice Disorders"


  • Joan Arvedson
    • "Pediatric Swallowing and Feeding: Decision Making with Complex Patients"
  • Barb Wollak
    • "Literacy and the SLP"
  • Mimi Block
    • "The University of Michigan Aphasia Program "It's All About Intensive Therapy"


  • Helen Sharp
    • "Clinical Ethics and Decision-Making in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology"
  • Yvette D. Hyter
    • “Social Communication Assessment and Intervention for Children Affected by Prenatal Alcohol Exposure, Abuse or Neglect”
  • Dava Waltzman
    • "Addressing Reading and Writing in School-Age Children & Adolescents with Language Impairment"



  • Stephen Calculator
    • “AAC & Inclusive Education for Students with Severe Disabilities”
  • Carol Goossens
    •  “What’s in Your AAC Briefcase?”

  • Anita Kozan
    • “Voice Rehabilitation Strategies across the spectrum: K-12 Children, Singers/Actors, and Transgendered Adults”


  • Jeanne Juenger
    • “Telepractice in Speech/Language: Optimizing Access to Professional Resources Near and Far”

  • Susan Norwell
    • “Emergent Literacy for the Child with Autism: The Building Block Model”

  • Sally Gorski
    • “Management of Communication and Swallowing for Adults with Tracheostomy Tubes”


  • Susan Norwell
    • “Play for Children with Autism and Severe Disabilities”

  • Leslie Rescorla
    • “Late Talkers”

  • Susann Dowling
    • “Foster Professional Growth:  Best Practices in Supervision”


  • Sarah Sweeney James
    • “Breaking the Code to Literacy”

  • Ann Kummer
    • “Cleft Lip/Palate, Resonance Disorders, and Velopharyngeal Dysfunction:  Assessment and Intervention”

  • Joseph Duffy
    • “Psychogenic Speech Disorders in People with Possible Neurologic Disease”


  • Gregory L. Lof
    • “For Clinicians:  An Articulation/Phonology Update”

  • Paul Deputy
    • “Integrated Diagnosis & Remediation of Develomental Phonological Disorders:  A Perspective for the Dawn of a New Century”

  • Tammy Hopper
    • “Managing Cognitive Communication Disorders of Dementia”


  • Trisha Self
    • “Collaboration for Kids: A Winning Combination”

  • Marilyn Kertoy
    • “Communication Assessment and Intervention for Children with Tracheostomies”

  • Kathryn Garrett
    • “Strategic Use in Context:  AAC, Supported Conversation, and Group Treatment for People with Aphasia”


  • Penelope S.Myers
    • “Management of Right Hemisphere Discourse Deficits”

  • Carol Westby
    • “Paradigms for Assessment and Intervention of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders”

  • Roberta Elman


  • Amy Skinder Meridith
    • “Assessment and Treatment of Developmental Apraxia of Speech”

  • Ellen M. Hickey
    • “Increasing Activities and Participation for Elder with Aphasia and Dementia”

  • Nicola Wolf Nelson
    • “Curriculum-Based Language Assessment and Intervention: Being Relevant and Making a Difference”


  • Mary Wallace
    • “Treating Early Stuttering: Beyond Easy Speech”

  • Elizabeth Crais
    • “Assessment and Intervention Planning Issues: Birth to Five”

  • Hugh W. Catts
    • “Language Basis of Reading Disabilities: Implications for Early Identification and Remediation”


  • Co-Sponsor of Minnesota Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention
  • David Koppenhaver
    • “What’s, How’s and Why’s of Balanced Literacy Intervention for Children with Disabilities”

  • Edythe Strand
    • “Assessment and Treatment of Developmental Apraxia of Speech"


  • Pamela S. Elder
    • “Engineering Training Environments for Interactive Augmentative Communication: Strategies for Adolescents and Adults who are Moderately/Severely Developmentally Delayed”

  • Patrick Rydell
    • “Creating Communicative Opportunities for Children with Autism in Naturalistic & Classroom Settings”

  • Leila L. Hartley
    • “Cognitive and Communication Abilities Following Brain Injury: A Functional Approach”


  • Jack E. Thomas
    • “Speech after Total Laryngectomy: Current Approaches”

  • Jack Katz
    • “Central Auditory Processing: A Coherent Approach to Assessment and Management”
  • Diane Chapman Bahr
    • “Oral Motor Treatment in Children Birth to Five Years”


  • Patricia Zebrowski
    • “Counseling Parents of Young Children Who Stutter”

  • Linda Swank
    • “The Brain, Language, Phonological Awareness, and Reading: Current Research and Practice”

  • Marie Rau
    • “The Management of Patients with Dementia: Communication and Related Issues”
  • Hugh W. Catts
    • “Language Basis of Reading Disabilities: Implications for Early Identification and Remediation”


  • Fred D. Minifie
    • “Survival of the Professions of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology after the Year 2000”

  • Michael A. Crary
    • “Developmental Motor Speech Disorders”


  • Kathryn Yorkston
    • “Management of Motor Speech Disorders: Perspectives on Dysarthria and Dysphagia,

      Management of Individuals Following Traumatic Brain Injury and Brain Stem Stroke,

      Management of Patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and with Parkinson’s Disease”

  • Moya Andrews
    • “Treatment of Voice Disorders in School-Aged Children”

  • Barbara Sonies
    • “Issues and Advances in the Evolution of Dysphagia Diagnosis and Management Across the Life Span”


  • Kathryn A. Bayles
    • “Communication and Cognition in Normal Aging and Dementia”

  • Rosalind Scudder
    • “Language/Learning Disabilities in School-Aged Children”
  • Sharon Smith
  • Samuel Levine
  • Barbara Friedman
  • Arlene Carney 


  • Joan Arvedson
    • “Swallowing and Feeding Disorders in Infants and Children”
  • Eugene & Crystal Cooper
    • “Fluency Disorders: Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment”
  • Mary Ann Witzel
    • “Craniofacial Syndrome Identification and Case Management”


  • Co-Sponsor of Minnesota Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention
  • Janet Norris
    • “Whole Language–Theory and Intervention”

  • Carol Westby
    • “Communication and Education in a Culturally Diverse World”


  • Lois A. Nelson
    • “Stuttering in Children: From Prevention to Intervention”

  • Martha S. Burns
    • “Clinical Management: Attention and Memory Deficits”

  • Linda Zachman 
    • “Teaching Critical Thinking Skills to Language Disordered Students”


  • David Luterman
    •  “Counseling the Communicatively Disordered and their Families”

  • Joe Reichle
    • “Language Intervention with the Profoundly Intellectually Handicapped”
  • Linda M.L. Kahn
    • “The Ins and Outs of Phonological Remediation”


  • G. Albyn Davis
    • “Cognition and Communication in Clinical Aphasiology”

  • Morton Cooper
    • “How to be Heard, Listened to, and Liked: A Focus Primarily on Voice Disorders in School-Aged Children”

  • Charlann S. Simon
    • “Language Skills and Academic Success”

  • Christiane A.M. Baltaxe
    • “Psychiatric Illness and Communication Disorders”


  • Nancy McKinley
    • “Intervention Strategies for the Language Disordered Adolescent”

  • Barry Prizant
    • “Language Intervention with Autistic Children”

  • M. Jeanne Wilcox
    • “Family Infant Programming: A Prevention/Intervention Approach with Various Service Delivery Models”

  • Rona Alexander
    • “Oral Motor Feeding Dysfunction in Children with Cerebral Palsy”

  • Yvonne Gillette
    • “Assessment and Intervention in Communication Behaviors in Children”

  • M. Jane Collins
    • “Hearing Aids and the People Using Them”


  • Mark Ylvisaker
    • “Applying Interpersonal Communication Theory to Clinical Supervision: An Ongoing Process”

  • Marisue Pickering
    • “Applying Interpersonal Communication Theory to Clinical Supervision: An Ongoing Process”

  • John M. Hanley
    • “Management of Fluency Problems: Issues andMethods”

  • Michael Groher
    • “Dysphagia: Diagnostics and Treatment”


  • Carol Goossens
    • “Augmentative Communication Intervention: An Emphasis on Low Technology Alternatives”
  • Julia Davis
    • “Management of Hearing Impaired Children

  • Lon L. Emerick
    • “Prevention and Treatment of Stuttering in Children”

  • Ann K. Lieberth
    • “Speech and Auditory Training for the Hearing Impaired Adolescent: Assessment and Intervention”


  • Conference on Rehabilitation Applications of Computer Technology
  • Greg C. Vanderheiden
    • “Application of Augmentative Communication and Computer Access Aids”


  • Patricia Cole
    • “Facilitating the Acquisition of Conversational Skills: Pre-Verbal and Early-Verbal”

  • Jeri Logemann
  • Sue Rose
    • “Modes of Communication for the Handicapped: A Theoretical and Applied Study of the Selection and Application of Alternative Communication Modalities”
  • William Perkins
    •  “Stuttering Circa 1984: Confessions of a Carpenter”


  • Hugo Gregory
    • “Controversies about Stuttering Therapy”

  • Barbara C. Sonies
    • “Application of Real-Time Ultrasound Imaging to the Oral Area”

  • Glyndon D. Riley
    • Riley’s Speech & Language Institute, Santa Anna, California

      “Severity and Prediction in Stuttering”

  • C. Woodruff Starkweather
    • “The Management of Stuttering in Children and Adults”

  • Barbara Hodson
    • “Phonology: Targeting Intelligible Speech"

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