Kevin Kearns

Kevin P. Kearns

Vice President for Engagement and Economic Development at Fredonia State University

Location:
280 Central Ave., Fredonia, New York, United States
HQ Phone:
(716) 673-3101

General Information

Experience

Program Director and Professor, Comm. Sciences and Disorders; Academic Dean (Interim)  - MGH Institute of Health Professions

Education

BA  - Speech-Language Pathology , State University of New York at Buffalo

MA  - Communication Disorders , Saint Louis University

PhD  - Speech-Language Pathology , University of Kansas

PhD.  - The MGH Institute of Health Professions

Affiliations

Board Member  - Insyte Consulting

Advisory Board Member  - HILL

Committee Member  - American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Senior Research Associate Senior Research Associate  - Children's Hospital of Boston Autism Language Program

Editorial Reviewer  - Aphasiology

Member of the Publications Board  - ASHA

Board Certified Member  - Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences

Member  - Academy of Aphasia

Member of Executive Board  - The Partnership for Achievement in Reading

Board Member  - Brain Rehabilitation Research Center

Committee Member  - National Student Speech Language Hearing Association

Chair and Associate Professor, Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Department  - Northeastern University

Recent News  

Dr. Kevin P. Kearns
Vice President for Engagement and Economic Development SUNY Fredonia

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Dr. Kevin P. Kearns
Vice President for Engagement and Economic Development SUNY Fredonia

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From left to right: Kevin Geiser, contest winner; David Saxton, contest winner; Vince Horrigan, Chautauqua County Executive; Kevin Kearns, Vice President of the Division of Engagement and Economic Development at the State University of New York at Fredonia; and Devyn Agett, contest winner.
Kevin Kearns, vice president of the Division of Engagement and Economic Development at the State University of New York at Fredonia, also presented Geiser with an additional prize of $250 as the EED offered to match the prize for any faculty member or student who won.

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