EXPLORE MY ACADEMIC LIFE

PRESENTATIONS

I have presented my research and expertise nearly 100 times to a wide range of audiences and in a multitude of venues.

CONFERENCES

I've presented my work across a variety of disciplines at local, regional, national, and international conferences.

PUBLICATIONS

I currently have 16 academic publications including those that have been peer-reviewed, invited, and products from my doctoral studies. 

GUEST SCHOLAR

I have been invited to share my expertise at my home university, universities across the country, and in online venues. 

GRANT

I have submitted my work with colleagues to receive funding  from The Spencer Foundation, ASHA, and Caplan Foundation.

PRESENTATIONS

Megan-Brette Hamilton SLP Presentations
 

CONFERENCES

Megan-Brette Hamilton SLP Conferences

I've presented my work across a variety of disciplines at local, regional, national, and international conferences.

  • AERA – American Educational Research Association

  • ASA – American Sociological Association

  • ASHA – American Speech Language and Hearing Association

  • ASHA Schools Connect – American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association 

  • ISCAR – International Society for Culturalhistory Activity Research

  • NAEYC – National Association for the Education of Young Children

  • NBDCI – National Black Child Development Institute

  • NBSLHA – National Black Speech, Language, and Hearing Association

  • NHSA – National Head Start Association

  • SHAA – Speech and Hearing Association of Alabama

  • SRCLD – Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders

  • QI – International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry 

 
 
 

GRANT

Megan-Brette Hamilton SLP Research

Auburn University’s Community and Civic Engagement

The Lee County Literacy Coalition (LCLC) and I, along with my undergraduate research team of SLPs-to-be, members of the Literacy, Language, and Culture (LiLaC) Lab, will collaborate to provide training to the tutors of LCLC one-on-one tutoring program. The purpose of the project will be: 1) to develop more accurate and culturally responsive assessment of learners’ reading skills and 2) to provide more targeted and culturally responsive instruction for the learners of Lee County so that they may become more active members of their community.

 

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