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Adjunct Professor, Audiology; the Graduate Center of CUNY.
Alternate Email Address:CRMaudiology@aol.com
University of Florida , Gainesville, FL Doctorate of Audiology
Lehman College Graduate School, Bronx, NY Master of Arts in Audiology
Lehman College, CUNY, Bronx, NY Bachelor of Arts in Speech Pathology and Audiology
Speech Pathology Award, Professor Emeritus Mardel Ogilvie, May 1998
Departmental Honors (Speech/Theater Department), 1998
Dean's List, 1998
Presidental Scholar Award, 1998
Awards of Appreciation/Excellence, Speech and Hearing Center, February 1999
Awards of Appreciation, Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Program, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, March 1999
Hospital Volunteer Service Award, Long Island Jewish Hospital Volunteer Service Office, May 1999