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Raedeen Wingate received her BS in Speech-Language Pathology at University of Tulsa in 1995 and her MS in Speech-Language Pathology from Texas Woman’s University in 1997. She joined UNT in August of 2006 as a clinical supervisor after working in the public school system for almost 10 years where she also supervised graduate students completing their off-site placements. As a clinical supervisor at the UNT Speech and Hearing Center, her clientele includes both school age children and adults. Additionally, she is in charge of a social communication group for individuals with pragmatic language deficits and is a member of the team assessment with the Child and Family Resource Clinic for school age children. Mrs. Wingate’s areas of interest include school age language including reading and writing, articulation, dyslexia and children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. In 2015, she became a full-time lecturer and currently teaches an undergraduate class and a clinical course at the graduate level as well as an undergraduate advisor for the ASLP department.
More information about Ms. Wingate can be found in the Faculty Information System.