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!
I am currently a junior at SDSU studying Speech Language and Hearing Sciences. My goal is to attend graduate school and pursue a career as a Speech Language Pathologist. I would love to be able to implement, or at least interact with clients using ASL! I also work as a respite worker for children with special needs and having some knowledge of ASL has helped tremendously. I can’t wait to be able to learn more about the research done here and more about sign language!