Dr. Schulz retired December 31, 2022 after serving the department and the university for 22 years. She chaired the department from 2000-2007; served as Associate Dean for Research for the Columbian College of Arts & Sciences from 2007-2014, and as Graduate Program Director from 2014-2017. Dr. Schulz's research concentrated on the neurophysiology of the speech and voice in neurologic disease especially in Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and the effect of various behavioral and surgical interventions for PD voice, speech, & language. In 2006 she was awarded the first US Fulbright Senior Scholar Award in speech pathology by the Australian-American Fulbright Commission. Dr. Schulz served as the Editor for Perspectives of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association Special Interest Division 18 - Telepractice for 6 years. In addition, she served as a grant reviewer for the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Research and Development (VA-ORD); Rehabilitation Research and Development Service, the Medical Research Council, Neurosciences and Mental Health Board, United Kingdom, the Health Research Board of Ireland Research Fellowships In Primary Care, National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Neurologic Disorders, and the American Speech Language and Hearing Foundation. Dr. Schulz was also invited to be on the Selection Committee for the American Society for the Advancement of Science Policy Fellowships. Dr. Schulz has and currently serves as the Grant Coordinator for LSVT Global, Inc. which awards small grants to graduate students in Speech, Physical, and Occupational Therapy to study behavioral treatments for those with neurologic disorders.