Academic Title: Adjunct Professor
Preferred Email Address: LMendezKurtz@brooklyn.cuny.edu
Technical Paper presented with Ann Wallin, M.S., and Shlomo Silman, Ph.D., at the Twenty-Fifth Annual New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association, May, 1985, "Prediction of Hearing Loss in the Adult Population."
Short Course presented with Lucille Neilson, M.S., James Lang, Ph.D., and Ann Wallin, B.A. at the Twenty-Third Annual New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association, April 1983, "Review and Demonstration of Computer Software: Language and Speech Therapy."
RELATED PROFESSIONAL AND RESEARCH ACTIVITIES:
Research associate to Dr. Shlomo Silman, Ph.D. Study utilizing acoustic reflex thresholds in the prediction of hearing loss in the older population. 1984-1985.
Graduate Fellow, Department of Speech, 9/83-6/84
• Academic counseling for graduate students
• Orientation of incoming graduate students
• Graduate representative to department committees
• Assisting in the installation and maintenance of equipment in the Speech and Hearing Laboratory
Assistant to the Director of Brooklyn College Speech and Hearing Laboratory, worked with lab equipment and procedures relating to computer programming in Basic (Apple), interfacing the computer with lab equipment. 1982-1984.
Wallin A, Mendez-Kurtz L, Silman S. (1986). Prediction of hearing loss from acoustic-reflex thresholds in the older adult population. Ear and Hearing 7:400-404.
M.S., Audiology, Brooklyn College, City University of New York.
B.A., Speech Pathology-Audiology-Speech and Hearing Sciences, Brooklyn College, City University of New York, February, Cum Laude.