Natalie Neubauer, M.S., CCC-SLP
Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education
My interests include clinical supervision, pediatric feeding and early intervention.
As Director of Clinical Education and Assistant Professor in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology, my responsibilities include both academic teaching as well as clinical program/curriculum development, design and implementation, and community outreach. I teach coursework in clinical education, early intervention and diagnostic principles. Prior to my faculty appointment at Seton Hall University, I had extensive clinical training in a pediatric outpatient rehabilitation hospital in addition to school, early intervention and private-practice sectors.
My volunteer work includes serving as the Chair of the Media and Publications Committee for the New Jersey Speech and Hearing Association's (NJSHA) Convention Committee and as a member of the NJSHA State Board of Directors. Previously, I was the Annual Convention Chair, liaison to the Higher Education Committee and a member of the School Affairs Steering Committee for NJSHA, as well as an academic adviser for Seton Hall University's chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
My mission is to foster outstanding academic and clinical excellence in the graduate speech-language pathology program. I am also a proud alumna of Seton Hall University.
- M.S., Seton Hall University, 2001
- B.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1998
Awarded a personnel grant through the American Speech-Language Hearing Association to enhance the New Jersey Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s website and social media communications (March 2013; re-design completed in November 2013, www.njsha.org)
Honors and Awards:
- Inducted into the Golden Key International Honour Society – November 2013
- Inducted into the Alpha Eta Honor Society – May 2013
- Inducted into the Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society – Fall 2012
- Recipient of the NJSHA Volunteer of the Year Award – 2009
- Received six ACE Awards from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association for participation in continuing education activities
- Awarded second place for presentation of fluency research at the School of Health and Medical Sciences’ Annual Dr. George Perez Research Colloquium – 2001