DR. HANNAH KRIMM
Hannah Krimm, PhD, CCC-SLP, CALP, C-SLDI is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Special Education at the University of Georgia. Dr. Krimm earned a bachelor's degree in Psychology from the Georgia Institute of Technology, followed by a master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology and a PhD in Hearing and Speech Sciences at Vanderbilt University.
Dr. Krimm's research investigates the language skills of children with reading disabilities and ways to improve professional preparation to serve these children.
Within the department of communication sciences and special education, Dr. Krimm teaches graduate level courses in language disorders, literacy, and speech sound disorders. She teaches the undergraduate course in phonetics for speech-language pathologists.
Graduate Research Assistant
Heidi Stoudt is a PhD student in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Georgia. She earned a B.A. in Mass Communications, a B.S. in Early Childhood/Special Education, and an M.S. in Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing from the Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. She spent two years in Arizona as a teacher of the deaf, working with children between third and fifth grades. Her current research interests include auditory, language, and speech development in cochlear implant recipients.
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANTS
University of Georgia