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Scott S. Rubin, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Associate Professor
srubin@lsuhsc.edu

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D., The University of Georgia, Communication Sciences and Disorders, 1993
M.Ed., Florida Atlantic University, Communication Sciences and Disorders, 1989
B.A., Georgia State University, Speech/Theatre, 1985

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

Associate Professor, (Tenured, 2007) Department of Communication Disorders, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, LA, 2004 - Present
Associate Professor, (Tenured), Full Graduate Faculty Status, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, The University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL, 2001 - 2004
Assistant Professor, Full Graduate Faculty Status, Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, The University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL, 1997 - 2001
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, The University of Georgia, Athens, GA, 1993 - 1997

DEPARTMENTAL DUTIES

Teach courses in neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurogenic language and cognitive disorders.
Conduct scholarly activities.
Service to Department, School, and University.
Limited clinical supervision in the area of adult neurogenic communication disorders.
Co-Faculty Advisor, NSSLHA.
Coordinator of Comprehensive Examinations

SCHOOL AND CENTER DUTIES

School of Allied Health Faculty Assembly Representative
Past-President, LSUHSC Faculty Senate (2009-2010)
Member - Council of Faculty Advisors to the LSU Board of Supervisors

PREFERRED RESEARCH ACTIVITY

Research is primarily in the area of neurological functioning related to aging, aphasia, and symbol processing using both electrophysiological and behavioral methods

PROFESSIONAL DUTIES


Chair, Board of Ethics. Academy of Neurogenic Communication Disorders and Sciences (ANCDS) (2004-2005)

PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION


Learning is optimized by a supportive and exciting atmosphere in the classroom. The role of a professor is to help the student truly integrate information and apply their academic knowledge to their clinical endeavors. Learning (and education) must be fun, interactive, and intellectually stimulating.