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    CURRICULUM VITA

    CHRISTINE ANN MARVIN, Ph.D. Professor

    Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders 253c Barkley Memorial Center University of Nebraska-Lincoln

    Lincoln NE 68583-0732 cmarvin1@unl.edu

    402-472-5483

    ACADEMIC TRAINING 1985 Ph.D. Early Childhood-Special Education, University of Oregon Dissertation: Effectiveness of Speech-Language Consultation Services 1974 M.A. Speech-Language Pathology, Eastern Michigan University Scholarly Paper: Reading Instruction for Children with Articulation Errors 1972 B.S. Elementary Education & Speech Pathology, Eastern Michigan University CERTIFICATIONS and PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Mid-Career Scholarly Enhancement Program (2011-12) College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Transformational Advising Workshops (2006) College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, University of Nebraska. Post Doctoral Study in Special Education and Speech and Hearing Sciences (1997-1998) University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana Certificate in Supervision for Non-Profit Organizations (1980) Three-Course CEU Program, School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Madison Certificate in Neurodevelopmental Treatment (1977) Basic Training (320 hours), Neurodevelopmental Treatment Association Certificate of Clinical Competence: Speech (1975-present) American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Teaching Credentials (1974 - expired) Elementary Education grades K-8, Speech Pathology P-12 (MI, MN, WI) ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT and TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders 2014-present Professor 1995 Associate Professor, Tenured 1988 Assistant Professor 1994-present Graduate Faculty Fellow 1990 Graduate Faculty Member 1988-present Coordinator/Advisor, Graduate Program in Early Childhood Special Education

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    Courses Taught: (*new course, D=distance education) SpEd 362: Early Childhood Special Education Methods*

    SpEd 800: Psychology of Exceptional Persons SpEd 860: Issues in Early Childhood Special Education*-D SpEd 861: Infants with Disabilities and Home-visiting*-D SpEd 862: Preschool Children with Disabilities in a Classroom*-D SpEd 863: Medically Fragile Infants-D SpEd 960: Family-Centered Services in Special Education*-D SpEd 897Q: Practicums in ECSE (home/preschool) *-D CURR 903: Trends in the Education of Young Children

    1 Credit Workshops:

    SpEd 890: Interdisciplinary Practices in Early Childhood/Deaf Education* 2006-2010 Consultation collaboration services from speech-language pathologists* 1997

    Promoting Social Skills in Preschool Children* 1996 Practicum in Infant/Toddler Speech Pathology Home Services* 1990-93

    Consultation Skills for Ancillary Personnel in Special Education* 1989-93 University of New Mexico Department of Special Education 1985-1988 Assistant Professor Project Co-Director: Graduate teacher-training in language-learning disabilities

    Courses Taught: Language Development

    Teaching the Communicatively Disordered Child in the Classroom* Language Problems in Classrooms for the Handicapped* Communication Strategies for Early Childhood Special Education Teachers* Oral-Motor, Feeding Problems in Early Childhood * (1 cr.)

    University of Oregon

    Departments of Speech Pathology and Special Education 1982-1985 Graduate Teaching Fellow and Director, Speech & Hearing Clinic

    Courses Taught: Speech Pathology II - Organic Disorders

    Early Language Intervention (co-taught) Consultation for Speech Pathologists (1 cr.) Supervision in Early Childhood and Speech Pathology (1 cr.)

    University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Department of Communication Disorders 1981-1982 Instructor and Clinical Supervisor Courses Taught: Introduction to Communication Disorders

    Fluency Disorders Neurological Speech-Language Disorders in Children

    Diagnostic Methods in Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Practicum in Communication Disorders OTHER PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT Therapeutic Innovations, Albuquerque, NM 1986-1988 Consulting Speech-Language Pathologist

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    Assessment & treatment of oral-motor/feeding problems for infants and preschool children. Crippled Children’s Division, Oregon Health Sciences University, Eugene, OR 1983-1985 Speech-Language Pathologist, Diagnostic Clinic State of Oregon, Division of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities, Eugene, OR 1983-1985 Speech-Language Pathologist, Lane County Parent Training Network. Curative Rehabilitation Center, Wauwatosa, WI 1975-1981 Department of Speech Pathology Services Speech-Language Pathologist

    - Department Supervisor, 1979-80 -Demmer-Kiwanis Children’s Division Supervisor, 1977-1980 Cooperative Education Service Agency #10, Plymouth, WI 1974-1975 Speech-Language Pathologist, Home-based Preschool Program Minnesota Society for Crippled Children and Adults, Maple Lake, MN 1974 & 1975 Speech-Language Pathologist, Camp Courage Summer Program Monroe County Public Schools, Monroe, MI 1973 Speech-Language Pathologist, Special Education Summer Camp Ypsilanti Public Schools, Ypsilanti, MI 1972 & 1973 Diagnostician, Kindergarten Screenings HONORS AND AWARDS 2005-present Academy of Distinguished Teachers University of Nebraska-Lincoln 15-member academy of select faculty who advocate for teaching excellence at UNL. 2015 Charman Outstanding Professor Award College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2014 Faculty-Student Mentoring Award (peer reviewed) College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2011 Invited member of University of Nebraska travel delegation for development of cooperative

    agreement with East China Normal University with UNL/CEHS Dean Marjorie Kostelnik, Dr. Ruth Heaton (UNL/TLTE) and NU Vice Provost Tom Farrell

    Shanghai, China 2004 Distinguished Teaching Award (peer reviewed) College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2003 Don & Mary Swanson Award for Teaching Excellence Teachers College, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Donor-sponsored, peer-nominated and selected by a committee of peers and students. $10,000 stipend 1995-1997 Governor-appointed Member

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    Nebraska Interagency Coordinating Council for Early Intervention 1994 Graduate Faculty Fellow, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 1994 Tribute to Women Award, Lincoln-YWCA 1986-1988 Teaching Excellence Awards, University of New Mexico DOCTORAL ADVISEES Kerry Miller began 2014 Paula Thompson began 2013 Ann Thomas began 2013 Gaya Jayaraman began 2011 Dr. Miriam Kuhn Graduated 2014 with Ph.D. Current Position: Assistant Professor Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders University of Nebraska-Omaha Dissertation Study: Kuhn, M., Marvin, C. & Knoche, L. (2016). In It for the Long Haul: Parent-Teacher

    Partnerships for Addressing Preschool Children’s Challenging Behaviors. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education. XX(Y), 1-13. DOI: 10:1177/0271121416659053

    Dr. Michelle Rupiper Graduated 2001 with Ph.D. Current Position: Associate Professor of Practice, Department of Child, Youth & Family Studies Director, Ruth Staples Child Development Lab University of Nebraska-Lincoln Dissertation Study: Rupiper, M., & Marvin, C. (2004). Preparing ECSE teachers for family-centered services: A survey of current training practices. Teacher Education in Special Education, 27(4), 384-395. Dr. Li Chuan Chung Graduated 2000 with Ph.D. Current Position: Professor, Department of Special Education, Dohua University, Taiwan Dissertation Study: Chung, L. C., Marvin, C., & Churchill, S. (2005). Teacher factors

    associated with the quality of teacher-child relationships with preschool-age children. Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education. 25(3), 131-142.

    Dr. KiSoon Yoo Han Graduated 2000 with Ph.D. Current Position: Professor, College of Education University of Incheon, Korea Dissertation Study: Han, K. S.* & Marvin, C. (2002). Multiple creativities: Investigating domain- specificity of creativity in young children. Gifted Child Quarterly, 46(2), 98-109. PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTS and CONSULTATIONS (Selected publications/products related to these activities are listed in parentheses) 2015-2019 Research and Training Consultant/Co-Investigator (.11 FTE). Getting Ready 0-3 (GR03):

    Supporting the Development of Infants/Toddlers through an Integrated Parent-Teacher Relationship- based Approach" (L. Knoche , S. Sheridan, H. Raikes, PIs) Center for Children, Youth, Families and the Schools University of Nebraska-Lincoln Funded: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families.

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    2015 Marvin, C. & Borcher, S. & Bainter, S. (2015). Orientation to the Early Development

    Network in Nebraska. An online tutorial for new practitioners in services for children with disabilities birth to age 3 and their families. Developed for the Nebraska Departments of Education and Health and Human Services. http://edn.ne.gov/cms/orientation-edn-Nebraska

    2012-2016 Research and Training Consultant/Key Investigator (.08