Drs. Hamilton, Gibson, and Shockley present at AERA

On April 5th in Toronto, Canada, Dr. Hamilton and colleagues, Drs. Simone Gibson and Ebony Terrell Shockley, presented at the American Educational Research Association’s 2019 Annual Meeting . They participated in a roundtable discussion on the broad topic of Rewriting Dominant Scripts in Educators’ Learning for More Equitable Practice. Their presentation on Reconceptualizing the Roles of Speech and…

LiLaC Lab presents workshop to LCLC tutors and board members

What can a speech-language pathologist do for adult literacy? More than you think… Sponsored by a Community and Civic Engagement Grant from the College of Liberal Arts, Dr. Hamilton and the undergraduate research team of the LiLaC Lab (Literacy, Language, and Culture Lab) presented a workshop on March 21st to tutors and board members of the…

Publication on African American autistic children

A paper in Perspectives Special Interest Group 1 – Language Learning and Education for the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association was co-authored by Dr. Hamilton with colleagues Drs. Jamie Pearson and Hedda Meadan. The paper explores ways for professionals to engage in culturally responsive partnerships with African American autistic children and their families. Check out “We…

“Choosing Civility” with Cecil County Public Library

On February 18th, Dr. Hamilton presented a workshop entitled “Cultural Competencies and Language” to ~100 Cecil County Public Library (CCPL) staff on Staff Day. The workshop encompassed the theme “Choose Civility” to align with CCPL’s Choose Civility Initiative. This initiative is based on the book Choosing Civility: The Twenty-five Rules of Considerate Conduct by P.M. Forni. Dr. Hamilton aligned her…