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Gale Rice

Professor / Dean

grice@fontbonne.edu
314-889-1407
Office: East 235

Education:

  • PhD Curriculum and Instruction, University of Missouri-Columbia
    •  Department of Curriculum and Instruction; Main Area–Reading Outside Area-Department of Child Health, University of Missouri Medical School
  • MA Speech-Language Pathology, Bradley University
  • BS Communication Disorders, Bradley University

Certifications:

  • Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology as issued by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
  • State of Missouri Licensure in Speech-Language Pathology #HE00796

Classes Taught

  • Seminar in Craniofacial Anomalies
  • Seminar in Augmentative Communication
  • Assistive Technology Collaboration Seminar
  • Collaborative Seminar in Interprofessional Collaboration

Professional Memberships

  • American Speech-Language Hearing Association
  • American Cleft Palate Craniofacial Association
  • International Society of Augmentative and Alternative Communication
  • Missouri Speech-Language-Hearing Association
  • Phi  Kappa Phi

Awards 

2000-02    Early Intervention in Deaf Education, Personnel Preparation Grant

$600,000  Private Foundation

2001-03    Speech-Language Pathology with an Emphasis in Deafness, Personnel

Preparation Grant, $200,000  Private Foundation

 

2002-05       Early Intervention in Deaf Education, Personnel Preparation Grant

Renewal, $861,000, Private Foundation

 

2003-06       Speech-Language Pathology with an Emphasis in Deafness, Personnel

Preparation Grant, $300,000, Private Foundation

 

2005         A Training Program for Speech-Language Pathologists (with St. Louis Public

Schools.  $29,000, Parsons Blewitt Foundation

 

2005         Early Intervention in Deaf Education, Personnel Preparation Grant

$862,665, Private Foundation

 

2006         A Training Program for Speech-Language Pathologists (with St. Louis Public Schools)

Renewal.  $64,935.50.

 

2007         Speech-Language Pathology with an Emphasis in Deafness, Personnel Preparation

Grant, $587,146.  Private Foundation

 

2008         Early Intervention in Deaf Education, Personnel Preparation Grant renewal

$963,800, Private Foundation

 

2008         A Training Program for Speech-Language Pathologists (with St. Louis Public Schools)

$199,441, Parsons Blewett.

 

2008         Preparing Speech-Language Pathologists for Collaborative, Includsive Education of Two

Low-Incidence Groups:  Students who use Augmentative and Alternative

Communication and Students who use Cochlear Implants.  $681,789, U.S. Department of

Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services

 

2009        A Training Program for Speech-Language Pathologists (with St. Louis Public Schools)

$175,511, Parsons Blewett

 

2009     Speech-Language Pathology with an Emphasis in Deafness, Personnel Preparation Grant,

$189,644 Private Foundation

 

2010      Speech-Language Pathology with an Emphasis in Deafness, Personnel Preparation Grant,

$199,964 Private Foundation

 

2011       Speech-Language Pathology with an Emphasis in Deafness, Personnel Preparation Grant,

$209,378 Private Foundation

 

2011       Early Intervention in Deaf Education Personnel Preparation Grant, $$263,924 Private

Foundation

 

2012       Preparing Speech-Language Pathologists for Collaborative, Inclusive Education of Two

Low Incidence Groups:  Students who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication

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