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Judith Brasseur - CSU_ Chico


									                                           FACULTY VITA

                                    JUDITH BRASSEUR
                         Department of Communication Arts & Sciences
                         Communication Sciences & Disorders Program
                               California State University Chico

Current Position: Professor and Clinic Director

Program Affiliation:

Academic Preparation/Degrees
1980               Ph.D. in Speech and Hearing Sciences
                   Indiana University
1975               M.S. in Speech Pathology
                   Indiana State University
1972               B.S. in Speech & Hearing Therapy
                   Indiana State University

Professional Credentials/Licenses
    American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) Certificate of Clinical
       Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC/SLP)
    California License – Department of Consumer Affairs – Speech-Language
       Pathology #4342

Areas of Specialty: Articulation and Phonological Disorders, Clinical Supervision,
Professional Issues, Research Methods

Relevant Scholarly Activities (since Fall 2001)
Woven Word Pilot Study. Committee for Children, Seattle. WA.
Jill Novacek, Ph.D. Principal Investigator.
         Assisted in pilot study pre-testing and post-testing in Butte County, CA which involved
         administering and scoring three standardized tests to more than 100 four-to-six years olds at seven
         pre-school sites. Designed counterbalanced testing order and scheduled five supervisors and eight
         graduate student clinicians to complete testing at the sites. Also provided direct observation
         (supervision). AY 2005-2006

Graduate Thesis – Committee Chair
Aimee Bord, “ An Experimental Analysis Of The Effects Of Phonological Awareness Training On Children With
Speech and Language Deficits.” (2004)

McCrea, E. & Brasseur, J. (2003). The Supervisory Process in Speech-Language
     Pathology and Audiology. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
   Lucks Mendel, L., Brasseur, J., McCrea, E. (2006). Qualifications of clinical
     educators. Proceedings of the annual conference of The Council of Academic
     Programs in communication Sciences and Disorders. Minneapolis, MN
   McCrea,E. & Brasseur, J. (2006). The role of clinical education as part of
     personnel preparation and faculty-researcher careers in CSD. ASHA Web-
     Resources for Faculty, Researchers and PHD Students.
   Brasseur, J., McCrea, E., & Lucks Mendel, L. (2005). Remediating poorly performing
     students in clinical programs. Perspectives on Administration and Supervision, 15 (3),
   Brasseur, J., McCrea, E., & Lucks Mendel, L. (2005). Remediating poorly performing
     students in clinical programs. Perspectives on Issues in Higher Education, 8 (2), 20-26.
   Brasseur, J. (2002). Guest Editor for “Prevention” – CSHA Magazine, 31 ( 2 ).
   McCrea, E., Billetdeaux, L., Brassuer, J., Carlson, D., Eiten, L., Halper, A., Newman, W.,
     and Paul-Brown (2002). Knowledge and skills for supervisors of speech-language
     pathology assistants. ASHA Supplement, 22, 113-118.
   Brasseur, J. (2001, June/July). Guest Editor for “Supervision Today” - CSHA Magazine,
     30 (1), 3 & 6-15.
   Brasseur, J. (2001, June/July). Practical research in supervision: A guide to reasoned
     practice. CSHA Magazine, 30 (1), 6-7 &14-15.

California Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA)
       Annual Conference. March 2007. Long Beach.
       Invited Short Course: Clinical Education For And Remediation Of Poorly
       Performing Students

Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CAPCSD)
      Annual Conference. April 2006. Destin, FL
      *Qualifications of Clinical Educators

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Annual Convention.
November,2005, San Diego, CA
      * Cultural Intelligence: Competencies for Supervisors and Students in CSD

CAPCSD Annual Conference. April 2005. Scottsdale,AZ.
   * Facing the Future – Issue IIIB: Clinical Directors- Remediating Poorly
   Performing Students In Our Clinical Programs.

Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Association State Convention. March 2005.
    Macon , GA. Invited Speaker. Supervision in Speech-Language-Pathology.

ASHA Annual Convention. November, 2004. Philadelphia,PA.
       *Examining the Supervisory Process: Focusing on Developing Cross Cultural

Invited Workshop: Nova Southeastern University. November 5, 2004.
      Best Practices in Off-Campus Supervision.

Invited Workshop – San Jose State University. September 27, 2002. Best Practices in
      Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology- The Basics of

None in this period

Professional Development/Conferences Attendance
      ASHA conventions (1975 through 1992, and 1994 through 2005),
      CSHA Conferences (1980, 1981, 1984 through 1992, 1994,1995, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003,
      Council of Graduate Programs In Communication Sciences and Disorders (CGPCSD) 1993
       through 2006.

Professional Memberships
    American Speech-Language –Hearing Association (ASHA) -Member since 1972
    Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders
       (CAPCSD) - Vice President for Standards and Credential July 2004- June 2006
    California Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CSHA) –Member since 1980
        CSHA Commissioner for Publications and Research September 2001 – May 2004.

Contributions to the University/Community
Campus Coordinator for CSU Pre-Doctoral Scholars, Graduate Equity Fellowship and
Forgivable Loan Programs, 1987-present

Department and Program
    Department of Communication Arts and Sciences Personnel Committee 2000-2006.
      COMMITTEE CHAIR,2005-2006AY.
    SPPA/CMSD Program Coordinator 2000-2005
    SPPA/CMSD Clinic Director 2000-present
    Member SPPA/CMSD Search Committee, 2002-2003, 2004-2005.
    Member SPPA/CMSD Graduate Admissions Committee, 1993-present

Awards and Recognitions
Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
California State University, Chico Honorary Marshal for Master’s Graduation, May 2002
Please place a check by any of the following instructional strategies you employ in your

___ Action research
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__XX_ Clinical supervision
__XX_ Computer programs
___ Compressed video
___ Cooperative learning
___ Critical analysis
___ Differentiated instruction
___ Educational games
___ Experiential learning
___ Guided discovery
___XX Inquiry
___XX Lecture
___ Modeling
___ Multimedia materials
___ Online discussions
___XX Observation at sites
___ Peer coaching
___ Power point
___XX Project-based learning
___XX Reflective thinking
___ Role playing
___ Service learning
___ Student directed learning
___XX Web-based resources
___ Other ________________________

Please place a check by any of the following assessments you employ in your

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___XX Exams (multiple choice, short answer, essay)
___ External reviews
___XX Group projects
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___XX Performance assessments
___ Portfolios
___XX Research papers
___XX Other ___Quizzes, critiques of journal articles, clinical

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