Amy Vaughn

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Kent State University

Amy Vaughn

Amy Vaughn

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Kent State University
M.A., Case Western Reserve University
B.A., Ohio University

Dr. Amy Vaughn, CCC-SLP is an assistant professor in the communication sciences and disorders program at BW. She received a bachelor’s degree from Ohio University, master’s degree in speech-language pathology from Case Western Reserve University and a doctorate in higher education administration with an emphasis on college teaching from Kent State University. Prior to coming to Baldwin Wallace University, Vaughn was a faculty member at Kent State University, where she served as the speech clinic coordinator and taught courses including pediatric and adult dysphagia, acquired cognitive communication disorders, first-year experience and clinical practicum. Her research interests include clinical education, interprofessional education and critical thinking development. She has been an invited speaker at the Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention on the topics of dysphagia, clinical education and ethics in communication sciences and disorders professions. In addition, she has spoken nationally and internationally on topics related to dysphagia, childhood apraxia of speech, fluency, clinical education and adult learning theory.

Dissertation

“Time Well Spent: The National Survey on Time Usage in Clinical Education”