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Lesli H. Cleveland

Department of Communication Disorders


Health Sciences Building

Eastern Washington University

310 N Riverpoint Boulevard

Spokane Washington 99202


lcleveland@mail.ewu.edu


EDUCATION

Ph.D. Louisiana State University, Communication Disorders, anticipated date, May 2009


M.A. Louisiana State University, Communication Disorders/Speech Language Pathology, 2000


B.A. Emory University, English Literature, Psychology Minor, 1992

CERTIFICATION
Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Language Pathology, CCC-SLP, 2001-present

Louisiana License in Speech Language Pathology, 2000-2008

Washington License in Speech Language Pathology, 2008-present

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2007-2008 Dissertation Research, Department of Communication

Sciences and Disorders, Louisiana State University. Responsibilities included coding, and analyzing language samples of nonmainstream dialect speakers (aged 6 years) and children with specific language impairment.
2002-2007 Research Assistant to Dr. Janna Oetting, Department of Communication

1997-2000 Sciences and Disorders, Louisiana State University. Responsibilities included data collection, transcribing, coding, and analyzing language samples of nonmainstream dialect speakers (aged 4-6 years) and children with specific language impairment.





2004, fall

Internship with the Louisiana Department of Education, Accountability Department under the direction of Dr. Christine DiStefano, Department of Educational Leadership, Research and Counseling, Louisiana State University. Responsibilities included organizing and assisting with the planning of Title 1 Distinguished Schools award, the Blue Ribbon honor award, and accountability training workshops for school administrators.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE





2008, fall

2008, spring



Instructor, COMD 331 Language Development, Department of Communication Disorders, Eastern Washington University. Responsibilities included preparing lectures, out-of-class assignments and in-class activities, developing assessment tools, and evaluating student performance.

2008, fall


Instructor, COMD 542 Infant and Toddler Communication and Language, Department of Communication Disorders, Eastern Washington University. Responsibilities included preparing lectures, out-of-class assignments and in-class activities, developing assessment tools, and evaluating student performance.

2008, spring

Instructor, COMD 442 Language Intervention, Department of Communication Disorders, Eastern Washington University. Responsibilities included preparing lectures, out-of-class assignments and in-class activities, developing assessment tools, and evaluating student performance.


2007, spring


Instructor, COMD 4681 Clinic Preparation and Observation Lab, under the direction of Dr. Paul Hoffman, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Louisiana State University. Responsibilities include facilitating observations, class discussions and out-of-class assignments, developing assessment tools, and evaluating student performance.


2007, summer

2006, summer

2005, summer


Instructor, COMD 7153 Research Design, under direction of Dr. Janna Oetting, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Louisiana State University. Responsibilities included preparing lectures, out-of-class assignments and in-class activities, developing assessment tools, and evaluating student performance.


2006, spring

2003, spring




Instructor, COMD 2050 Introduction to Language, under direction of Dr. Hugh Buckingham, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Louisiana State University. Responsibilities included preparing lectures, facilitating in-class activities, developing assessment tools, and evaluating student performance.


2006, fall

2005, fall

2003, fall

2002, fall




Teaching Assistant to Dr. Janna Oetting, COMD 4380 Language Development, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Louisiana State University. Responsibilities included preparing lectures and activities for weekly computer labs that made use of Systematic Analysis of Language Transcription (SALT) software and evaluating student assignments.


2005, spring

Teaching Assistant to Dr. Janna Oetting, COMD 7480 Measurement and Diagnosis of Communication Disorders, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Louisiana State University. Responsibilities included preparing data analysis, lectures, and general assistance with class when needed.


2004, spring

Teaching Assistant to Laura Teague, Director of the Language Preschool, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Louisiana State University. Responsibilities included organizing student materials and mentoring student clinicians.




CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
2008, fall Supervisor, Eastern Washington University Hearing and Speech Clinic.
2008, spring Supervisor, Eastern Washington University Hearing and Speech Clinic.
2003, summer Supervisor, Louisiana State University Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic.
2000-2002 Speech Language Pathologist, Jefferson Parish Public School System; Harvey, Louisiana. Managed a caseload of 40-50 middle school and junior high school students. Evaluated and treated students with articulation, language, fluency, and voice disorders. Proficient in computerized Individual Education Plan (IEP) program. Developed IEPs and conducted IEP meetings. Participated in an interdisciplinary approach to servicing students with special needs.
1998-2000 Speech Language Student Clinician. Louisiana State University Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic. Accrued 350+ hours of supervised practicum experience with birth to three, school age, and adults in four different sites: LSU Language Preschool, LSU Speech and Hearing Clinic, East Baton Rouge Pupil Appraisal Services, and Baton Rouge General Medical Center.

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

Oetting, J.B., & Cleveland, L.H. (2006). The clinical utility of nonword repetition for children living in the rural south of the US. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 20, 553-561.


Oetting, J.B., Cleveland, L.H., & Cope, R.F. (2008). Empirically-derived combinations of tools and clinical cutoffs: An illustrative case with a sample of culturally/linguistically diverse children. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in the Schools, 39, 44-53.
Habans, L. (2000). Use of the Stanford-Binet in language assessment of southern African American and white children. Unpublished Thesis. Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, LA.

RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS

Oetting, J., & Cleveland, L.H. (2004). Effects of Nonmainstream Dialect Use on MLU, DSS, and IPSYN.  Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, Philadelphia, PA.


Cleveland, L.H. & Oetting, J. (2004). The Clinical Utility of the Nonword Repetition Task. Paper presented at the 10th Symposium of the International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association, Lafayette, LA.
Cleveland, L.H. (2003). Clinical Utility of the Comprehension Subtest of the Stanford-Binet for Southern African American and White Children.  Invited talk for LSU COMD 7153 class, Baton Rouge, LA.
Cleveland, L.H. (2000). A Second Look at the Comprehension Subtest of the Stanford-Binet for Children from Nonmainstream Backgrounds.  Paper presented at the annual convention of the Louisiana Speech-Language Hearing Association, Baton Rouge, LA.
Oetting, J., Cleveland, L.H., Hall, A., & Eyles, L. (1999). Examining Alternative Test Protocols for Children from Minority Backgrounds. Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, San Francisco, CA.

HONORS




LSU Graduate School Dissertation Fellowship Award; Fall 2007-Spring 2008. $18,000 stipend awarded to complete dissertation.
LSU Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders; Fall 2002-Spring 2007. Annual Graduate Teaching/Research Assistantship.
LSU Graduate School Enhancement Award; 2002 – 2005. Annual $3000 supplement provided to exceptional graduate students.
LSU Graduate School Travel Award; 2004, 1999. Funds awarded to present a paper at a national conference.
Jo Carol Nolan Award; 2000. Award for outstanding student research presented at the Louisiana Speech-Language Hearing Association.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Speech Language Hearing Association, 2000-present


Washington Speech Language Hearing Association, 2008 - present

Louisiana Speech Language Hearing Association, 2000 - 2008





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