UNT Speech & Hearing Center, 260A
Department Administrative Coordinator

 

Mr. Noska joined the Audiology & Speech Language Pathology staff at UNT in 2007. He has worked for UNT and this Department since October 1, 2007. He has served multiple terms on the Staff Senate, as a Senator and in multiple leadership roles, most notably Vice Chair, Chair, and Past Chair (ex officio). While on the Staff Senate, he was appointed to several campus-wide committees, including the Campus Concealed Carry Policy Task Force, Distinguished Lecture Series Committee, Operations and Infrastructure Group, and NT Daily Editor Selection Committee. 

Don Noska Jr.
UNT Speech & Hearing Center, 155
ASL Instructor

 

Education:

  • 1998 College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY
    M.S. Guidance and Counseling with a certificate in Career Development
  • 1982 Columbus Technical Institute, Columbus, OH
    Associate of Applied Science Degree in Interpreting/Transliterating Technology
  • 1980 Kent State University, Kent, OH
    B. Ed., Deaf Education K-12

Certifications:

  • 1991 - present: Certified Vocational Evaluator (CCWAVES)

Mrs. Reeves has worked in the field of Deafness since 1982. Her employment experiences include working as a career instructor at the Deaf Action Center, sign language interpreter, self employed vocational evaluator, service provider for the Texas Rehabilitation Commission as a vocational evaluator, instructor at the New York School for the Deaf and adjunct professor teaching ASL as a foreign language. In her spare time, Mrs. Reeves and her husband breed American Paint Horses.

Dori Reeves
UNT Speech & Hearing Center, 262
Clinical Supervisor (Speech-Language Pathology)

 

Fluency Disorders- all ages

Speech and Language Disorders- Preschool and School Age

Robyn Martin, MS, CCC-SLP
940-369-7497
Clinical Supervisor of Speech-Language Pathology

Ms. Kennedy received her B.A. degree in Speech-Language Pathology / Audiology from the University of North Texas in 2005 and her M.A. degree in Speech-Language Pathology from University of North Texas in 2007. Ms. Kennedy has worked within the pediatric outpatient rehabilitation and public school settings, and her most recent position was as a supervising speech-language pathologist for a pediatric home health agency. Her areas of interest include all areas of pediatric speech and language disorders including autism, Down’s syndrome, pediatric feeding disorders, and motor speech disorders. Ms. Kennedy has been actively involved with the Texas Speech-Language Hearing Association (TSHA) as a presenter and committee member. 

Angela
Kennedy
MA, CCC-SLP
UNT Speech & Hearing Center, 262
Clinical Supervisor (Speech-Language Pathology)
Rebecca McLain, MS, CCC-SLP
Instructor
Jennifer Lantz, MS, CCC-A
Educational Audiology Coordinator
Sarah Florence, AuD, CCC-A
UNT Speech & Hearing Center, 267
Visiting Assistant Professor

 

More information about Dr. Yates can be found in the Faculty Information System

Rebecca Yates, PhD, CCC-SLP
940-369-7414
Lecturer and Clinical Supervisor of Speech-Language Pathology

Mrs. Wingate received her B.S. degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Tulsa in 1995 and her M.S. degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 1997 from Texas Woman's University. Mrs. Wingate has nine years of experience as a public school SLP and spent three of those years supervising and mentoring graduate student clinicians and CFY SLP's at PIano lSD. Her areas of interest include speech and language disorders as well as reading/writing disorders in school-age children especially middle school and high school.

Mrs. Wingate has been actively involved with the Texas Speech-Language Hearing Association (TSHA) as a presenter and as a committee member for the Programs, Local Arrangements and Regional Seminar Grants committees. She is currently an Advisor of the UNT Chapter of the National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association.

Raedeen
Wingate
MS, CCC-SLP
UNT Speech & Hearing Center, 213
Lecturer

 

Dr. Rogers joined the Audiology & Speech Language Pathology faculty at UNT in 2002. He teaches the American Sign Language courses offered in the department. Dr. Rogers received his B.A. from Tennessee Temple University and masters degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. He earned a Ph.D. in linguistics from the University of Texas at Arlington. He is a state and nationally certified sign language interpreter. Dr. Rogers’ interests are the comparative linguistics of the sign languages of North American and third-world countries.

More information about Dr. Rogers can be found in the Faculty Information System

Larry Rodgers, PhD

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