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An RIT/NTID Center of Excellence for Students Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Kate Crowe

Kate is research speech-language pathologist and Fulbright postdoctoral scholar visiting CERP from Charles Sturt University, Australia. She completed undergraduate training in speech-language Pathology and Masters in special education at the University of Newcastle, and PhD at Charles Sturt University  During this time she has worked at the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) and the National Acoustic Laboratories (NAL). Kate's primary research interest is multilingualism in DHH (Deaf or Hard of Hearing) children, particularly communication choices for children who use sign, live in multilingual environments, and/or have complex communication needs. Her work currently focuses on semantic knowledge and processing in students who are DHH, hearing, and users of ASL, and the impact of different semantic processing strategies on pedagogy for DHH learners.

Postdoctoral Research Scholar
1028 Ellingson Hall