Corrin Richels

Corrin G. Richels

Associate Professor at Old Dominion University

Location:
4111 Monarch Rd, 3rd Floor, room 3211, Norfolk, Virginia, United States
HQ Phone:
(757) 683-3000

General Information

Experience

Assistant Professor  - Old Dominion University

Assistant Professor  - Darden College of Education

Vice President of Membership  - Speech-Language Hearing Association of Virgnia

Speech-Language Pathologist  - Chesapeake Public Schools

Member, Clinical Faculty  - Clinical Research

Fluency Team Leader  - Vanderbilt University

Education

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders , Old Dominion University

BS Degree  - James Madison University

MS degree  - James Madison University

Ph.D.  - Vanderbilt University

PhD  - Old Dominion University

Affiliations

Executive Board Member  - SHAV

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For questions and inquiries, please contact Dr. Corrin Richels, Search Committee Chair at crichels@odu.edu.

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Corrin G. Richels, PhD
Vice President for Member Services Corrin G. Richels is a native of the Hampton Roads area having graduated from Bayside High School in 1991. Following high school, Dr. Richels attended James Madison University, where she completed both her Bachelor of Science degree (1994) and Master of Science degree (1996) in Speech-Language Pathology. Dr. Richels earned her PhD in Speech and Hearing Science from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN in May, 2004. In January of 2004, Corrin joined the clinical faculty at Vanderbilt University as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Research where she served as the Fluency Team Leader for the Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center. Upon returning to Hampton Roads in January of 2007, Dr. Richels worked as a Speech-Language Pathologist for Chesapeake Public Schools as well as teaching as an adjunct assistant professor for Old Dominion University. In 2010 she transitioned to a full-time, tenure-track, faculty position at Old Dominion. She is the author of both research articles and book chapters focused on the assessment and treatment in children who stutter.

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