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About Nidhi Mahendra (Gupta)

Nidhi Mahendra (Gupta) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communicative Disorders and Sciences at San Jose State University. Dr. Mahendra also holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence for Speech-Language Pathologists (CCC-SLP).

Positions

August 2016 Present Associate Professor, San Jose State University Communicative Disorders and Sciences
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June 2016August 2016 Professor, California State University, East Bay ‐ Communicative Sciences and Disorders
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June 2011June 2016 Associate Professor, California State University, East Bay ‐ Communicative Sciences and Disorders
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July 2012July 2015 Department Chair, California State University, East Bay ‐ Communicative Sciences and Disorders
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January 2006June 2011 Assistant Professor, California State University, East Bay ‐ Communicative Sciences and Disorders
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Curriculum Vitae




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Honors and Awards

  • 2015: Nominee, CSUEB’s George and Miriam Phillips Outstanding Professor Award
  • 2015: Invited Keynote Speaker, Bilingual Therapies Symposium, Saint Maarten (July 2015)
  • 2014-2017: Appointed, Editor, Perspectives on Cultural and Linguistic Diversity, American Speech Language Hearing Association
  • 2014: Named 2014 Lynda Campbell Memorial Lecturer, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Saint Louis University (October 2014)
  • 2014: Named 2014 Oyer Lecturer, Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders, Michigan State University (May 2014)
  • 2013: Recipient, Award of Faculty Fellow in Diversity and Social Justice, CLASS, CSUEB
  • 2013: Nominee, Diversity Award (for addressing diversity issues in the discipline), California Speech Language Hearing Association
  • 2012: Recipient, National Certificate of Recognition for Significant Contribution in Multicultural Affairs, American Speech Language Hearing Association
  • 2012, 2010: Recipient, Juried Award for Commitment to Diversity Issues as Course Instructor (Course: SPPA 4868 – Cultural and Linguistic Diversity), Diversity Day, CSUEB
  • 2011: Faculty Sabbatical Award, California State University East Bay
  • 2008: Selected Attendee, American Speech Language Hearing Association Training Institute Lessons for Success: Developing the Emerging Scientist
  • 2006: Recipient, Editor’s Award for Most Meritorious Article, American Journal of Speech Language Pathology
  • 2005: Recipient, Certificate of Appreciation, for Service as Chair of Multicultural Issues Board, American Speech Language Hearing Association
  • 2003, 1999: Recipient, National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders Travel Fellowship
  • 2000: Recipient, Science & Research Career Forum Fellowship, ASHA
  • 2000, 1998: Nominee, Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Arizona
  • 1997: Recipient, Graduate Student Research Scholarship, American Speech Language Hearing Foundation (ASHF)
  • 1996: Recipient, Manohar Memorial Young Scientist Award, Best Paper in Speech Pathology, Indian Speech and Hearing Association (ISHA)
  • 1994, 1995, 1996: Recipient, Government of India Scholarship for Outstanding Graduate Students, All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, India

Education

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2001 Ph.D., University of Arizona ‐ Speech Language and Hearing Sciences
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1996 M.S., University of Mysore ‐ Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology
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1994 B.S., All India Institute of Medical Sciences ‐ Speech and Hearing Science
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