Dr. Diehl is the Chief Strategy Officer for Autism Services at LOGAN. In addition, he holds concurrent appointments as a Senior Research Associate at the University of Notre Dame and as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. His research focuses on supporting both the individual with autism and his or her family. He is the recipient of numerous grants, including an ongoing R01 from the NIH Eunice Kennedy Shriver Institute of Child Health and Human Development.Learn more about our dedicated faculty.
Susan Latham has been recognized by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) for her demonstrated commitment to lifelong learning in the field of speech language pathology. She has experience working as a professional speech language pathologist for schools and hospitals, conducting evaluations and designing IEP goals and objectives, as well as creating and teaching a preschool speech language program. Latham has also provided in-home intensive habilitation and training for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), and trained teachers and teacher paraprofessionals in Autism Impaired (AI) programming.Learn more about our dedicated faculty.
Janet Lovett MS, CCC-SLP, is Director of Clinical Education, in which she builds relationships with community organizations which provide practicum placements for graduate and undergraduate students. Lovett is also Director of the Judd Leighton Speech and Language Clinic at Saint Mary's College. Prior to teaching at Saint Mary's, Lovett worked for 33 years as a speech language pathologist in a variety of private practice settings. In her most recent position with Memorial Hospital Children’s Therapy Center, she was responsible for evaluation and treatment of children with communication and oral motor disorders.Learn more about our dedicated faculty.
Annette Peacock-Johnson has a wealth of practical and administrative experience which she incorporates into her classroom and clinical teaching methods. She has nearly a decade of hands-on nursing experience while also having served as an instructor of nursing over the past 25 years.Learn more about our dedicated faculty.
Chair of the Department of Mathematics since 2008, Joanne Snow’s established career at Saint Mary’s College began in 1983. She received the College’s Maria Pieta Award in 1993, the Spes Unica Award in 2010, and the Women Honoring Women Award in 2004 and 2013, which is given by students. Her research interests include cryptography, real numbers, and the education strategies of mathematics.Learn more about our dedicated faculty.
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