Mariajosé Bosanko is a third year Ph.D. student in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
She has an M.A. in Language Literacy and Sociocultural studies with an emphasis in
Bilingual Education from The University of New Mexico and an M.A. in Communication
Sciences and Disorders from LSU. Mariajosé is originally from Mexico City. Her research
interest include: simultaneous and sequential bilingual language development, how
other disabilities affect bilingual language development and second language acquisition,
and appropriate and effective identification and assessment of speech and language
delays or disorders in bilingual individuals and speakers of Spanish-influenced English.
Lori Vaughn is a fourth year doctoral student from New Orleans, La. She received her
B.A. at the University of Southern Mississippi in Spanish and Speech Language Pathology.
Always eager to travel and explore new places, Lori moved to Philadelphia for her
M.A. studies, and received her degree at Temple University in Communication Sciences
and Disorders with a Hispanic emphasis. Before starting her doctoral program, Lori
worked for eight years as a bilingual SLP in private practice in both Orleans and
Jefferson parish, La.
Caitlyn Kearns is a senior at LSU from Mandeville, Louisiana. She is a Communication
Disorders major with a minor in Psychology. In addition to working in this lab, she
is a SI (Supplemental Instructor) for Dr. Oetting's COMD 4380 class. She also is working
at the Emerge center this semester as a speech therapy tech. She plans to graduate
in December of 2020. She is so excited to work in this research lab and learn something
new every day!
Juliette DiCharia is a Junior at LSU and is majoring in Communication Disorders in
hopes to be a Speech-Language Pathologist. She plans to graduate in Spring 2022, and
then go to a grad school to receive her Masters in Speech-Language Pathology. She
is also involved with Dance Marathon on LSU’s campus, and has a leadership position
as a Morale Captain. She is excited to get to work with Dr. Oettings more and can’t
wait to learn more about Speech Pathology!
Kayla Spearman is a Junior from Denham Spring, Louisiana pursing her degree in Communication Disorders. In addition to working in the lab, she is currently a volunteer at McMains Children’s Developmental Center where she works alongside Speech Therapist and a volunteer at Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital. After graduating in May 2022, she hopes to obtain a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Kayla has a passion for working with children and hopes to learn more about development and communication in children by working with Dr. Oetting in the lab! firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Reviel is a Senior from DeRidder, Louisiana pursing her degree in Communication Disorders with a minor in business. She plans to graduate in the Spring of 2021! After graduation she plans to obtain a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology, with hopes of becoming a speech language pathologist. She is excited and hopes to learn more about language disorders and development in children by working with Dr. Oetting in the lab! email@example.com
Tatum Carver-Dews is a sophomore at Louisiana State University from Whitehouse, Texas, majoring in Communication Sciences and Disorders and minoring in Spanish. She is currently involved in the Baptist Collegiate Ministry, Jefferson Baptist Church's Leadership Team and the Nana Project within the National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA). While at LSU she has also joined the Communication Across the Curriculum (CxC) program and the Center for Community Engagement, Learning, and Leadership (CCELL). Amid all the activities, she is thrilled to be getting involved within the COMD research department in order to get the experience needed to become an informed speech-language pathologist one day! firstname.lastname@example.org
Nataly Mayeaux is from Belle Chasse, Louisiana and is in her third year of undergraduate school at Louisiana State University. She is pursuing a degree in Communication Disorders with a minor in Spanish. After graduating a year early in the Spring of 2021, she plans on attending graduate school to obtain a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology. Currently she is also the secretary for the National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association at LSU and was a part of the Prime Time Family Reading program for bilingual or Spanish speaking families this past spring. She is excited to be a part of the child language research lab and can’t wait to see what it holds for her future as a Speech-Language Pathologist! email@example.com
Daria Coleman is a senior from Prairieville, Louisiana pursuing a degree in Communication Disorders with a minor in Music. She plans to graduate in Spring 2021! After she graduates, she hopes to attend grad school and receive her Master’s Degree. She hopes to become a Speech Language Pathologist one day and work with children! In addition to working in the lab, she's also an LSU Ambassador, and she is the Student Liaison for LSU NSSLHA. She also works at The Emerge Center as a Therapy Technician. She is very excited to work in the lab and gain more knowledge about language disorders and development in children! firstname.lastname@example.org