Stephen Kintz, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Stephen Kintz received his Ph.D. from East Carolina University in neurogenic communication disorders and specializes in healthy older adults, aphasia, dementia, and traumatic brain injury. Specifically, his research is focused on the cognitive and linguistic processes that make communication possible, and how these processes can be utilized to improve assessments in disorder populations. He teaches Neural Processing of Speech & Language, Adults with Cognitive & Language Disorders, Research Methods, Speech & Hearing Sciences, and Anatomy & Physiology. Contact at sgkintz@ualr.edu.

Jacob Cockcroft, M.S., CCC-SLP
Visiting Professor, Clinical Experiences Coordinator

Samuel R. Atcherson, Ph.D., CCC-A, FNAP
Adjunct Instructor