Garay, a junior at SDSU majoring in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences plans on attending graduate school at SDSU, and hope to become a Speech-Language Pathologist. She has taken three semesters of American Sign Language and is fascinated by the language and culture. In the future, Garay wants to find a way to incorporate ASL into her career as an SLP.
A junior at SDSU, who just recently transferred from Imperial Valley College, pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Psychology. I am highly interested in attending Grad School and pursuing a career in therapy in the future. I took two courses of American Sign Language and one in Deaf culture, in my community college, which made me become highly interested in the Deaf community and the language itself. I am thrilled to see what research I will get to work on at the LLCN lab and I also hope to practice and learn more ASL in the process!
Priscilla Martinez is a undergraduate at SDSU. She is a senior majoring in Psychology with and emphasis in Cognitive Neuroscience and Development Psychology. Priscilla is bilingual and is interested in better understanding deaf culture and a language that differs from her own. Her interest in ASL began 4 years ago when her nephew began to sign from watching others around him while no one in the family knew ASL. She is excited to be apart of a lab doing research in the area.
I am currently a junior majoring in Speech Language and Hearing Sciences. After pursing graduate school, I plan on implementing ASL with my future clients in therapy. My increasing passion for sign language is what interested me in joining this lab as well as currently attending my third ASL course. I am open and excited for the opportunities the LLCN lab has to offer, and to expand my knowledge within the Deaf community.