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About Rebecca Throneburg

Professor in the department. Began working at EIU in 1995. She received her doctorate from the University of Illinois. Dr. Throneburg coordinates the Departmental Honors program and received the Distinguished Honor's Faculty Award in 2006. Courses taught include Research Methods in Communication Disorders (CDS 5000), an honors research seminar (CDS 4666), Language Acquisition (CDS 2200), and special topic courses in phonological awareness (CDS 5400). She supervises clinical practicum and student thesis projects. She has several publications and presentations in the area of childhood stuttering, phonological awareness, service delivery models in the school setting, including an article in the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, co-authored with Lynn Calvert. She is a co-author of A Sound Start: Phonemic Awareness Lessons for Reading Success with Jean Smitley. She was the vice president of professional affairs for the Illinois Speech-Language-Hearing Association and currently chairs a distance learning committee and website committee for ISHA. She is the chair for Eastern's Committee for the Assessment of Student Learning (CASL). She previously worked as a speech-language pathologist in an elementary school, rehabilitation companies, and home health care.

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Present Professor, Eastern Illinois University Communication Disorders and Sciences
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