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Curriculum Vitae
NAME
Raymond Neal Linville

EDUCATION
1974 B.A. East Carolina University Psychology
1978 M.S. East Carolina University Speech-Language-Auditory

Pathology
1982 Ph.D. The University of Iowa Speech Physiology &

Biophysics


    1. NIH Post- Dept. of Otolaryngology - Cineradiography

Doct. Fellow Head & Neck Surgery, Laboratory & Cleft

The University of Iowa Palate Center

ACADEMIC OR PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

1982-85 Asst. Research Dept. of Otolaryngology- The University of Iowa

Scientist & Dir. Head & Neck Surgery School of Medicine

Cineradiology

Laboratory
1982-85 Adjunct Asst. Dept. of Speech Path. The University of Iowa

Professor & Audiology
1985-88 Assistant Dept. of Communication University of Pittsburgh

Professor
1985-88 Director Speech Science University of Pittsburgh

Laboratory, Cleft School of Dental Medicine

Palate Center
1988-93 Assistant Dept. of Speech & Texas Tech University

Professor Hearing Sciences
1989-93 Chairman Dept. of Speech & Texas Tech University

Hearing Sciences
1992-93 Assoc. Prof. Dept. of Speech & Texas Tech University

(with tenure) Hearing Sciences



1993-97 Assoc. Prof. Dept. of Communication Texas Tech University

(with tenure) Disorders Health Sciences Center
1993-00 Chairman Dept. of Communication Texas Tech University

Disorders Health Sciences Center
1995-98 Assistant Dean School of Allied Health Texas Tech University

for Faculty Health Sciences Center

Development
1997-00 Professor Dept. of Communication Texas Tech University

Disorders Health Sciences Center
1998-00 Associate Dean School of Allied Health Texas Tech University

for Research & Health Sciences Center

Faculty Affairs
2000- Professor Dept. of Communication Radford University

Sciences & Disorders

(COSD)
2000-14 Graduate College of Graduate and Radford University

Faculty Extended Education
2000-05 Chairman Dept. of Communication Radford University

Sciences & Disorders
2001-06 Director School of Allied Health Radford University
2001-06 Associate Dean Waldron College of Health Radford University

& Human Services
2002 Awarded Dept. of Communication Radford University

Tenure Sciences & Disorders
2006-07 Interim Dean Waldron College of Health Radford University

Human Services
2007-12 Dean Waldron College of Health Radford University

Human Services
2012- Professor Department of Physical Radford University

(Tenured) Therapy (Dual Appoint-

ment with COSD)

Continuing Education


  1. Clinical Neurobehavior and Aphasiology Workshop; Instructor, Tony Damazzio, M.D., The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.


1980 Porch Index of Communicative Ability, Trainee Workshop; Bruce Porch, Ph.D., Instructor, Des Moines, IA.
1983 Velopharyngeal Physiology as Assessed by Nasopharyngoscopy and Multiview Videofloroscopy; Instructors, Minoru Hirano, M.D. & Sally Peterson-Falzone, Ph.D., American Speech-Hearing-Language Association Convention, Cincinnati, OH.
1983 Biological and Cognitive Bases of Children’s Phonological Disorders; Instructor, John Locke, Ph.D., American Speech-Hearing-Language Association Convention, Cincinnati, OH.
1983 Apraxia of Speech in Adults: The Disorder and Its Management; Instructor, John Rosenbeck, Ph.D., American Speech-Hearing-Language Association Convention, Cincinnati, OH.
1984 Flexible Fiberscope Video Nasendoscopy: A Tool in Voice Disorder Management; Instructor, Robert Shpritzen, Ph.D., American Speech-Hearing-Language Association Convention, San Francisco, CA.
1986 Speech Problems in Craniofacial Anomalies: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention; Instructor, Mary Ann Whetzel, Ph.D., American Speech-Hearing-Language Association Convention, Detroit, MI.
1987 Conference on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging; Instructors Jerry Wolf, Ph.D. & Raymond Lund, Ph.D., NMR Institute, Pittsburgh, PA.
1987 National Institutes of Health Sponsored Programs Grantsmanship Workshop; Zaven S. Khachaturian, Ph.D., NIH Coordinator, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.
1989 Counseling for the Communication Disorders, Instructor, Walter Rollin, Ph.D., National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association Spring Conference, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.
1990 Meeting the Challenge: Mild-to-Moderate Hearing Impairment, Instructor, Julia Davis, Ph.D., National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association Spring Conference, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.
1991 Technological Advances in the Treatment of Communicative Disorders, Instructor, Michael Wynn, Ph.D., National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association Spring Conference, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.
1992 Adult Neurogenic Disorders: From Apples-to-Oranges. Instructor, Donnell Johns, Ph.D., National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association Spring Conference, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.
1993 Apraxia of Speech. Instructor, Joseph W. Helmick, Ph.D., South Plains Speech-Language-Hearing Association Conference, Lubbock, TX.

1993 Executive Development Workshop Series, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX.
a. Quality, Customers and the New Competitive Environment. Instructor, John Daly, Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin, February 10th.
b. Managing Organization Change. Instructor, Darell T. Piersol, Ph.D., LBJ School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin, March 5th.
c. Communicating for Results. Instructor, Frank Dance, Ph.D., University of Denver, April 16th.
d. Ethical Values in Managerial Decision Making. Instructor, Alexander B. Horniman, Ph.D., University of Virginia, May 21st.
e. America’s Changing Values. Instructor, Arthur L. Anderson, Ph.D., Fairfield University (CT), June 11th.
1994 Assessment and Intervention Strategies for At-Risk Infants & Toddlers. Instructor, Louis Rossetti, Ph.D., National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association Spring Conference, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX.
1995 Developmental Patterns in Children and Adolescents. Instructor, Raymond D. Kent, Ph.D., National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association Spring Conference, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX.
1995 Current Issues in Diagnosis and Treatment of Neurogenic Disorders. Instructor, Katherine Bayless, Ph.D., South Plains Speech-Language-Hearing Association Conference, Lubbock, TX.
1996 Seminar on Implementing Continuous Quality Improvement in Colleges and Universities. Instructor, Bryan Cole, Ph.D., School of Allied Health, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX.
1997 Council for Academic Accreditation Workshop, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. In-structor, Nicholas Bankston, Ph.D., Rockville, MD.
1998 Three-Dimensional Neuroanatomy of the Auditory Complex. Instructor, Edward Musiak, Ph.D., National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association Spring Conference, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX.
1998 Voice Therapy Techniques for Parkinson’s Disease Patients. Instructor, Lori Ramig, Ph.D., South Plains Speech-Language-Hearing Association Conference, Lubbock, TX.
1998 Criticism & Discipline Skills for Managers. Instructor, Keith Mathis, Ph.D., Career-Track, Inc. Sponsored by Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX.
1999 Medicare Evolution and Revolution. Instructor, Diane Perl, M.S., South Plains Speech-Language-Hearing Association Conference, Lubbock, TX.
1999 Understanding X-Rays: A Plain English Approach. Instructor, Mikel A. Rothenberg, M.D. PESI Health Care Seminar, Lubbock, TX.



1999 West Texas Organizing Strategy, Leaders’ Retreat. Facilitator, Ramon Durra. Lubbock, TX.
1999 Comparison of Instrumental and Noninstrumental Evaluation and Treatment of Dysphonias, Instructor, Stephen C. McFarlane, Ph.D., National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association Spring Conference, Texas Tech University health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX.
1999 Evaluation and Management of the Dizzy and Balance Disorder Patient, Instructor, Neil T. Shepard, Ph.D., National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association Fall Conference, Texas Tech Uni-versity Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX.
2000 The Continuum of Literacy: Assessment & Treatment for the School Aged-Child, Joan S. Aker, Ph.D., National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association Fall Conference, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX.
2001 Use of the George Harvey Electronic Resource Library, Kevin Tapp, M.A., Our Turn+ Faculty De-velopment Seminar, Radford University, Radford, VA
2001 Critical Thinking, Kathy Jordan, Ph.D. and Shelia Reyna, Ed.D., Our Turn+ Faculty Development Seminar, Radford University, Radford, VA.
2001 Diversity Studies: Radford University Climate, Stephen Culver, Ph.D., Our Turn+ Faculty De-velopment Seminar, Radford University, Radford, VA.
2001 Exploring WebCT for Course Instruction, Dennis Cogswell, Ph.D. and Charlie Cusmato, M.S., Our Turn+ Faculty Development Seminar, Radford University, Radford, VA.
2001 Third Annual National Institutes of Health (NIH) Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer Research Grant Program, NIH, Bethesda, MD.
2001 Conventional and Alternative Treatments and Their Interactions, Joe Graedon, Ph.D. & Terry Graedon, Ph.D., Waldron College Fifth Annual Gerontology Conference, Radford University, Radford, VA.
2002 Conference on Successful Aging. Praveen Kanaparti, M.D., Sixth Annual Gerontology Conference, Radford University, Radford, VA.
2004 Pediatric Eye Conditions and Their Educational Impact on Language. Lucy Memmo, V.T. 46th Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Fredericksburg, VA.
2004 WebSurveyor Training. Instructor, Angela Stanton, Ph.D., Radford University, Radford, VA.
2004 A Conversation About Communication and Its Assessment at Radford University. Sherry Morreale, Ph.D. (Associate Director NCA) & Phil Backlund, Ph.D. (Central Washington University). Radford University, Radford, VA.
2004 Promoting Healthy Living: A Program Defining Metabolic Syndrome. Michael Koch, M.D., Eighth An-nual Gerontology Conference, Radford University, Radford, VA.
2005 Ethics and Power: A George Harvey Center Seminar. Instructor, Sharon Hartline, Ph.D., (Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies), Radford University.
2005 Leading and Managing Academic Departments: A Primer for Department Chairs. Magna Publications, Inc. Audio Conference. Instructor, Don Chu, Ph.D., California State University.
2006 Ninth Annual Wellness Conference Practice for Life: Healthy Living Across the Lifespan – Leisure and Aging. The Honorable Jane Woods, “The Importance of Developing a Healthy Lifestyle,” and Sharon Hartline, Ph.D., “The Role of Spirituality in Healthy Aging.” Radford University.
2006 The Chronicle of Higher Education Colloquy, “What College Presidents Think: Leaders’ Views About Higher Education, Their Jobs, and Their Lives,” an on-line discussion with Dr. John DiBiaggio.
2006 Nurse Managed and Federally Qualified Health Centers: An Overview, National Nursing Centers Consortium Presentation, Tine Hansen-Turton, Executive Director, Radford University.
2006 Chairs and Directors Academic Leadership Retreat: Profiling the Academic Enterprise, Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith, Ph.D., Provost, Radford University.
2007 Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of Adducted and Non-Adducted Vocal Hyperfunction. Glenn W. Bunting, M.S. 49th Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Richmond, VA.
2007 Design and Testing of a Stratified Nursing Bedside Dysphagia Screening Tool for the Acute Neurological Population. Ann Marie Kovach, M.S., Timothy Shephard, Ph.D., Anne Miller, R.N., & Karen Hale, R.N. 49th Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Richmond, VA.
2007 Radiation and Dysphagia. Christina Bratlund, M.S., 49th Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Richmond, VA.
2007 Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation in the Treatment of Dysphagia: A Powerful Treatment Tool. Mary Simmons, M.A. 49th Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Richmond, VA.
2007 Biomedical Aspects of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Elizabeth Mumper, M.D., 49th Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Richmond, VA.
2008 Language, Communication, and Literacy: Linking the Three Together for Students with Autism and Other Significant Disabilities. Jennifer Mitchell, Angela Levorse & Kelly Koons, 50th Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Portsmouth, VA.
2008 Change Happens: Looking Back... Looking Forward. Arlene Pietranton, Ph.D., 50th Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Portsmouth, VA.
2008 CEUs: What You Don't Know May Hurt You. Gayle Daly, M.A., 50th Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Portsmouth, VA.
2008 Modified barium Swallow Studies. Laura Barboza, M.S., OTR/L, 50th Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Portsmouth, VA.
2008 Applications of Hearing Conservation Research in Industry, Military, Aviation, and Leisure: 25 Years of Research at Virginia Tech. John Casali, Ph.D., 50th Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Portsmouth, VA.
2008 Genetics of Hearing Loss for the Practitioner. Kathleen Arnos, Ph.D., FACMG, 50th Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Portsmouth, VA.
2009 Characteristics and Treatment of Communication Skills in Aphasia. Monica Hough, Ph.D., 55th Annual North Carolina Speech-Hearing-Language Association Conference, Raleigh, NC.
2009 Voice Disorders: Helping Decrease Vocal Abuse in Patients with Hyperfunctional Voice Disorders. Kathleen Cox, Ph.D., 55th Annual North Carolina Speech-Hearing-Language Association Conference, Raleigh, NC.
2009 Professional Performance Review Process. Susan Floyd, Ph.D., 55th Annual North Carolina Speech-Hearing-Language Association Conference, Raleigh, NC.
2009 Treating Patients with Neurodegenerative Disorders: Show Me the Evidence. Carole Roth, Ph.D., 55th Annual North Carolina Speech-Hearing-Language Association Conference, Raleigh, NC.
2010 Selected Topics in CAPD: A View from Neuroaudiology. Frank Musiek, Ph.D., 52nd Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Portsmouth, VA.
2010 Cortical Auditory Event-Related Spectral Responses. Dana Boatman, Ph.D., 52nd Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Portsmouth, VA.
2010 Speech and Language Disorders Associated with Genetic Syndromes. Beth Diamonstein, Ph.D., 52nd Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Portsmouth, VA.
2010 Treating Children Who Stutter. Scott Yaruss, Ph.D., 52nd Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Portsmouth, VA.
2010 Update on Autism Spectrum Disorders. Gail Richard, Ph.D., 52nd Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Portsmouth, VA.
2010 Aging with Traumatic Brain Injury: Is this Double Trouble? Cynthia O'Donoghue, Ph.D., Victoria Harding, M.S., & Megan Kennedy, B.S., 52nd Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Portsmouth, VA.
2010 Functional Cognitive Therapy for Persons with Acquired Brain Injury. Wendy Bunting, M.S., & Julie Scott, M.S., 52nd Annual Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia Conference, Portsmouth, VA.
2010 The Role That Universities and Academic Health Centers Play in the Economic Development of Their Communities. Richard Marchase, Ph.D., Virginia Tech-Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute, Roanoke, VA.
2011 Confronting Workplace Conflict. CareerTrack Audio Conference. May 16, 2011.

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL MENTORS
1982-85 Hughlett L. Morris, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Otolaryngology-Maxillofacial Surgery, College of Medicine, The University of Iowa.
1985-88 Betty Jane McWilliams, Ph.D., Professor, Cleft Palate Center, School of Dental Medicine, University of Pittsburgh.
1989-91 Joseph R. Goodin, Ph.D., Dean and Professor, College of Arts & Sciences, Texas Tech University.
1998-00 Paul P. Brooke, Jr., Ph.D., FACHE, Dean and Professor, School of Allied Health, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
2000-03 James E. Nicely, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders, Radford University.
2004-06 Karma L. Castleberry, Ph.D., Vice Provost, Dean, and Professor, Radford University.
2006-07 Joseph P. Scartelli, Ph.D., Dean and Professor, College of Visual & Performing Arts, Radford University.
2007-08 Stephen H. Lerch, Ph.D., Vice Provost for Academic Enhancement and Professor, Radford University.

TEACHING HISTORY
The University of Iowa
1982 Fundamentals of Speech Science/Lab (003:112): Spring
1983 Fundamentals of Speech Science/Lab (003:112): Spring
1984 Basic Otolaryngology Science: Summer

University of Pittsburgh [institution did not use course ratings at that time]
1985 Speech Science (CSD-1026): Spring Term

Anatomy and Physiology (CSD-1023): Fall Term

Master's Thesis (CSD-2000): Each Term

Doctoral Research Seminar (CSD-3048): Each Term

Freshman Honors Seminar (CAS-0017): Fall Term
1986 Speech Science (CSD-1026): Spring Term

Anatomy and Physiology (CSD-1023): Fall Term

Master's Thesis (CSD-2000): Each Term

Doctoral Research Seminar (CSD-3048): Each Term
1987 Speech Science (CSD-1026): Spring Term

Anatomy and Physiology (CSD-1023): Fall Term

Graduate Seminar: Speech Perception (CSD-2478): Summer (Team Taught with H. Goldstein)

Master's Thesis (CSD-2000): Each Term

Doctoral Research Seminar (CSD-3048): Each Term

Texas Tech University [avg. student course rating when administered: 1=poor & 5=superior]
1988 Speech Science and Phonetics (SHS-2321): Fall Term [4.8]

Cleft Palate (SHS-5327): Fall Term [5.0]

Voice Disorders (SHS-5328): Spring Term [5.0]

Speech Anatomy and physiology (SHS-2322): Spring Term [4.8]

Graduate Clinician Practicum in Speech-Language (SHS-5380): Each Term

Master’s Thesis (SHS-6000): Spring Term

Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology (SHS-4380): Each Term

Motor Speech Disorders & Dysphagia (SHS-5385): Spring Term
1989 Speech Science and Phonetics (SHS-2321): Fall Term [4.9]

Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology (SHS-4380): Each Term

Cleft Palate (SHS-5327): Fall Term [5.0]

Voice Disorders (SHS-5328): Spring Term [4.9]

Speech Anatomy and Physiology (SHS-2322): Spring Term [4.8]

Graduate Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology (SHS-5380): Each Term

Motor Speech Disorders & Dysphagia (SHS-5310): Second Summer Session [5.0]

Research (SHS-6000): Each Term

Thesis (SHS-7000): Each Term

1990 Speech Science and Phonetics (SHS 2321): Fall Term [4.7]

Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology (SHS-4380): Each Term

Cleft Palate (SHS-5327): Fall Term [5.0]

Speech Anatomy and Physiology (SHS-2322): Spring Term [4.7]

Voice Disorders (SHS-5328): Spring Term [4.7]

Selected Problems in Experimental Phonetics (SHS-5312): Second Summer Session [5.0]

Graduate Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology (SHS-5380): Each Term

Research (SHS-6000): Each Term

Thesis (SHS-7000): Each Term


  1. Speech Anatomy and Physiology (SHS-2322): Spring Term [4.9]

Seminar in Voice Disorders (SHS-5328): Spring Term [4.7]

Motor Speech Disorders & Dysphagia (SHS-5310): First Summer Session [4.7]

Speech Science and Phonetics (SHS-2321): Second Summer Session [5.0]

Speech Anatomy and Physiology (SHS-2322): Second Summer Session [4.4]

Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology (SHS-4380): Each Term

Graduate Clinical Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology (SHS-5380): Each Term

Speech Science and Phonetics (SHS-2321): Fall Term [4.8]

Research Colloquium (SHS-5100): Fall Term [5.0]

Craniofacial Anomalies (SHS-5327): Fall Term [4.6]

Honors Seminar in Sciences (CA&S-3302): Fall Term [5.0]

Research (SHS-6000): Each Term

Thesis (SHS-7000): Each Term


  1. Seminar in Voice Disorders (SHS-5328): Second Summer Session [4.4]

Speech Science and Phonetics (SHS-2321): Fall Term [4.6]

Speech Anatomy and Physiology (SHS-2322): Spring Term [4.8]

Clinical Practicum in Speech–Language Pathology (SHS-5380): Each Term

Craniofacial Anomalies (SHS-5327): Fall Term [4.3]

Research (SHS-6000): Each Term

Thesis (SHS-7000): Each Term



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