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Elisabeth Mlawski, Ph.D., MS, CCC-SLP

Assistant Professor

Office: Graduate Center/MPCC , Room 174

Phone: 732-923-4616



Elisabeth Mlawski has worked as a Speech-Language Pathologist since 1994 in a variety of clinical settings including the New York City Board of Education, Jersey City Medical Center, Cornerstone Day School, and the Springfield Public Schools. She worked as a clinical supervisor and adjunct professor since 2006. As an adjunct professor she has taught introduction to Speech-Language Pathology, language development, language disorders, disorders of speech production and voice, phonetics, and developmental phonology. Her research interests include effectiveness of treatment, language development across the lifespan, and language and literacy in school-age children.


Scholarly Articles:

Mlawski, E.A., DeLuca, D., Cahill, T.F., & Pinto-Zipp, G. (2017). How neuro-typical kindergartners learn from each other: A baseline of peer learning . Journal of Communication Disorders and Assistive Technology , 1, 1-21.

Mlawski, E. A., & Cattano, A. (2016). Examining leader behaviors of kindergarten students during peer learning. Journal of Academic Perspectives , 1-15.