Part-Time Faculty Curriculum Vitae

Kinzie S. Murphy, MS, CCC-SLP

Email: kinzie@csus.edu 
Office: Folsom 2316
Office Phone: (916)278-6601

ASHA #:          00946277
ASHA certification:        Certificate of Clinical Competency in Speech-Language Pathology, June 1987
CA License #: Sp6561   December 1986

Employment Status: (Employment status is based on the individual’s status assigned by the university.)   

            Part-time

 

Academic Rank:

            Other: Lecturer AY B                Specify: Clinical Instructor

 

Role to this program

            Clinical Supervisor/Instructor    

 

Indicate program other than the accredited Master’s SLP program for which this faculty member contributes a percentage of their overall FTE.

            None, only the master’s SLP program

Tenure Status:

            Non-tenured and not on a tenure track  

 

Indicate credentials this individual holds:

  • State Licensure: CA Sp6561
  • Clinical Rehabilitative Services-Language Speech and Hearing Services with Special  Class Authorization
  • ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence, 1987
  • Panelist, California Children’s Services (CCS), 1989

Indicate the highest degree earned:

 Master’s

Degree, institution, year granted and field of study for all degrees earned:

Degree Earned

Institution Name

Year Granted

Field of Study

Master of Science

CSU, Sacramento

1986

Speech Pathology and Audiology

Certificate in Medical Technology

University of California, San Francisco

1965

Medical Technology

Bachelor of Arts

University of California, Davis

1964

Microbiology

 

 

 

 

 

Percentage (in decimals) of FTE (workload) allocated to the graduate program for classroom teaching.  (Note: Apply the institution’s formula to calculate this.)

TO BE COMPLETED BY THE DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATION

Other contributions allocated to the graduate program

 Supervision          

Major specialty areas:

Pediatric Motor Speech Disorders

Adult Neurogenic Communication Disorders

Assessment

Courses taught.  Provide the course number, course name, and term(s) taught:

Course Number

Course Name

Program

Term(s) Taught

CSAD 229C

Practicum in Multiple Disorders

MS Speech Pathology

2002-2016

CSAD 245

Practicum in Assessment

MS Speech Pathology

2002-present

CSAD 243C

Practicum in Language III: Adult neuro

MS Speech Pathology

2017-present

 

Publications and Presentations completed within the past 5 years. 2013-2018 ONLY

Publications and Papers

 

Presentations

  • Oral Feeding and Swallowing Problems in the Severely Handicapped Student.  Sacramento County Office of Education.  December, 2013
  • Managing Feeding and Swallowing Problems in the School Population.  San Diego Unified School District.  August, 2014.
  • Motor Speech Disorders.  October, 2015.
  • Overview of Pediatric Feeding with a Focus on School-Aged Children.  NSSLHA, CSU, Sacramento 13th Annual Spring Conference. February, 2017.
  • Feeding and Swallowing in the Severely-Handicapped Population.  Walton Special Center, Stockton Unified School District, January, 2018.

Grants awarded within the past 5 years. 2013-2018

Title

Funding Source

Amount

Authors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activities related to clinical service delivery within the past 5 years. 2013-2018

 

Clinical supervision experiences with the past 5 years  2013-2018

 

Professional development completed within the past 5 years.  2013-2018

2013:

Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia & Right-Brain Thinkers. Lori Benson Adams, M.Ed.  6.0 hours.

CSHA 61st Annual State Convention. Long Beach, CA.  11.0 hours

2015:

Clinical Thinking in Making Treatment Decisions and Implementing Therapy in CAS.  Edythe Strand, PhD. 6.0 hours.

Instruction and Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology University Training Programs 2014-2015 Part I. Celeste Roseberry-McKibben, CCC-SLP, CA SP 5352, Jeannette Reiff, MS, CCC-SLP, CA SP 9314, Robert Pieretti, PhD, CCC-SLP, CA SP 12981, August, 2015.  2.5 hours.

2016:

Improving Intelligibility in Children with Speech Sound Disorders.  April, 2016.  4.8 hours.

R: Techniques and Interventions to Correct /r/ - Seven Steps, From Basics to Habituation.  June 17, 2016.  1.0 hour.

Simultaneously Improve Speech Intelligibility, Enhance Phonological Awareness and Develop Language/Literacy Skills with Orthographic Instruction. Keli Richmond, MS, CCC-SLP. June 24, 2016.  4.0 hours.

2017:

Instruction and Clinical Supervision in Speech-Language Pathology University Training Programs 2016-2017, Part II.  2.5 hours.

Sacramento State NSSLHA 13th Annual Spring Conference: Communicating, Listening, Inspiring.  February 4, 2017.  7.0 hours.

Supervision Models and Strategies for Clinical Educators of Graduate Speech- Language Pathology Students: Improving your skills as a “caddy” and a “player” on the “course” of education. Darla Hagge, PhD, CCC-SLP, CA SP15430, Jeannette Reiff, MS, CCC-SLP, CA SP9314.  May 6, 2017.  2.5 hours.

 

2018:

CSHA 2018 Annual Convention and Exhibition.  Sacramento, CA.  March, 2018.

Ten Common Elements in Successful Therapeutic Approaches to Apraxia, Supporting Literacy in Youth with Language Disorders Through a University Language Literacy Center, Reading Between the Lines: The Language-Literacy-Dyslexia Connection, I Didn’t Learn This in School: Comprehensive Assessment and Treatment of Speech Sound Production, Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy (CRT) for Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury.  10.5 hours.

Professionally related service activities for the past 5 years. 2013-2018

 

 

Service on Departmental, College and University committees for the past 5 years. 2013-2018 

 

Committee

Level

Term

CSAD Advisory Committee

Departmental

2013- present.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Academic/Professional Honors and Recognition 2013-2018