I am interested in teaching strategies and the scholarship of teaching and learning as it pertains to the current student populations. Mentorship and student centered learning have been important in my career. My article on the mentorship of the minority professoriate speaks to the need for recruitment and retention of minority scientists for future academic leadership.
• Mentorship and Supervision for SLP • SLP Masteer Clinician • Communication and Aging • Healthy Aging • Aging with a neurological disease (Stroke, Parkinson's, Aphasia, Dementia) • Minority Mentorship
Dr. Linda Carozza, PhD, CCC-SLP is a clinician-researcher with more than 30 years’ experience with clinical populations. Carozza’s work has focused on the breakdown of language retrieval in individuals with dementia of the Alzheimer’s type and other neurogenic communication disorders. She is an active clinician and researcher with 3 published books and many authorships and presentations. Dr Carozza present studies relate to quality of life approaches for individuals with dementia, aphasia and related conditions. She is a tenured Associate professor in communication sciences and disorders at Pace, and has the additional distinction of being the founding director of the MS program in communication sciences and disorders for the university. I am a language scientist, educator and clinician specializing in adult communication disorders. My additional interest areas have include clinical education and multicultural issues. I have authored two books, book chapters and many journal articles in communication sciences and disorders.