Visiting Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Office: Wishart 205a
- B.S., Miami University, 1985
- M. Ed., Vanderbilt University, 2000
- M.A., University of Cincinnati, 2012
- Ph.D., University of Cincinnati, 2017
- COMD 1400: Speech and Language Clinic Practicum
- COMD 141: Introduction to Communication Sciences and Disorders
- COMD 145: Language Development in Children
- COMD 199: Reading Across the Lifespand
- COMD 345: Advanced Seminar in Communication Sciences and Disorders
- COMD 451: Senior Independent Study
- FYS 101: Freshman Year Seminar
Certification and Licensure
- Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology
- Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist in the State of Ohio
Awards and Professional Memberships
- Fellowship Award (2011), Research Symposium in Clinical Aphasiology
- Recognition for Success in Clinical Research (2011) UC Health University Hospital
- Education Leadership Honoree (2003) Peabody College, Vanderbilt University
- Keelor, J., Creaghead, N., Silbert, N., Breit-Smith, A. Horowitz-Kraus, T. (2018). Language, Reading and Executive Function Measures as Predictors of Comprehension using Text-o-Speech. Reading & Writing Quarterly, 34(5), 436-450.
- Khosravi Fard E.; Keelor, J. L.; Akbarzadeh A. R; Keith, R. W. (2016). Comparison of the RAVLT and Digit Test among typically achieving and gifted students. Iranian Journal of Child Neurology, 10(2), 26-37.
- Keelor, J.L.; Griffith, J.; Dietz, A. (2013).An Exploration of the Reading Practices of People with Chronic Aphasia. eHearsay, 2(2), 73-87.
Role of language proficiency and executive function in reading difficulties; assistive technology to support language and reading impairment; vocabulary development and literacy outcomes for children with Specific Language Impairment or those who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing