I was excited to join the College of Education faculty as an assistant professor in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders in Fall 2012. I am passionate about teaching and clinical practice in the area of adult medical speech-language pathology. With expertise in cognitive rehabilitation, evidence-based practices, motor speech disorders, and scholarship of teaching and learning, my scholarship advances best practices for adults with acquired brain injury. I am passionate about interprofessional practice, collaboration, and community service. My research focuses on assistive technologies for cognition to support memory performance, motivation, and self-efficacy. I am also currently investigating the potential efficacy of computerized cognitive training for adults with acquired brain injury. With many local and national connections, I am excited to share my experience, passion, and scholarship with students and colleagues at Pacific University. I completed my doctoral work in 2008 at the University of Oregon. In my spare time, I love to bake cakes, spend time with my two black cats and black lab puppy, garden, and explore "easy" hiking trails in the local area with my partner.
Rik Lemoncello, PhD, CCC-SLP
Berglund Hall 257
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