Professor, Alumni Coordinator
Dr. Schulz received her PhD from the University of MD in 1994. She worked at the National Institutes of Health as a Research Speech Pathologist for 13 years, taught at the University of FL for 5 years and then returned to the DC area to chair the department of Speech & Hearing Sciences (2000-2007). She was Associate Dean for Research at GW (2007-2014) and Graduate Program Director for SPHR (2014-2017). Dr. Schulz teaches both at the undergraduate and graduate level. Her research in the past had concentrated on the neurophysiology of the speech, voice and language problems in Parkinson’s Disease and the effect of various surgical interventions for PD voice, speech, & language. She is now also embarking on investigating the efficacy of providing SLP services remotely (TeleRehabilitation) vs traditionally (face-to-face).