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Janet Buelow

Professor
Office: Armstrong Campus-University Hall 154 E
Phone: 912-344-3075
Email: jbuelow@georgiasouthern.edu
Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

Degrees

  • Ph.D.
  • R.N.
  • MSN
  • MPH

Research Interests

I truly enjoy helping scholars understand the connections between theory and clinical practice. My research and clinical interests include child language disorders with a focus on social communication skills, implementation of multicultural counseling in CSD curriculum/practicum and the use of animal-assisted therapy in the CSD field.

Publications:

Bradshaw, J. & Randolph, C. (In Press). Strategies to Implement Multicultural Education in                          Communication Sciences and Disorders. Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences and Disorders.

Garrity, A., Keck, C., Bradshaw, J., & Ishikawa, K. (2019). Toward the Development of a Quick, Reliable Assessment Tool for Reflective Journals. Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences & Disorders, 3(2), Article 8.

Randolph, C., & Bradshaw, J. (2018). An exploratory study of speech-language pathologists’ perceptions of multicultural counseling in communication sciences and disorders. Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences & Disorders, 2(3), Article 1.

Bradshaw, J., & Randolph, C. (2016). Multiple perspectives in counseling for culturally and linguistically diverse populations. In L.M. Sheehy (Ed.), Spoken Language Expression. eHearsay, 6(2), pp. 4-15.

Bradshaw, J., & Gregory, K. (2014). The Other Side of CCC’s:  Communication, Counseling, and Clinicians. [Supplemental material]. The ASHA Leader, May Issue, 19. doi:10.1044/leader.FTR4.19052014.np

Recent Invited Presentations/Lectures:

HIS 5935: Graduate Seminar (Preparing Future Faculty) course at Florida State University

Lecture: Culturally Responsive Teaching and Communication, September 30, 2020

Invited speaker for Teaching & Learning in Communication Sciences and Disorders zoom webinar   

Title: Addressing Racism in CSD education; Topic: Multicultural Counseling (August 3, 2020)

Directed Undergraduate Thesis:

“Student Perceptions of The Use of Therapy Dogs in Communication Sciences & Disorders Survey” with T.A.; completed May 2020.

“Exploring the Impact of Animal-Assisted Therapy on Children’s Literacy Skills in Speech-Language Interventions” with S.W.; completed May 2021.

“The Importance of Learning Deaf Culture through a Black Deaf Perspective in the Field of Communication Sciences and Disorders” with L.L.; projected completion May 2022

Last updated: 8/19/2021