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Julie Ann Hengst

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Education

  Ph.D., Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2001
  Thesis title:  Collaborating on reference: A study of discourse and aphasia
  M.S., Communicative Disorders, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1985
  Thesis title:  Semantic categorization as an aid to word retrieval on a verbal fluency task in adolescents from learning disabled and regular education classes
  A.B., Linguistics, Indiana University-Bloomington, 1978

Academic, Clinical and Professional Positions

  Associate Professor, Department of Speech and Hearing Science  
 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007-present

 
  Assistant Professor, Department of Speech and Hearing Science  
 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2001-2007

 
  Private Practice Speech-Language Pathologist,
 

Champaign, IL, February 1993—2001

  Research Assistant to Peggy J. Miller, Department of Speech Communication
 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1998-99

  Clinical Supervisor, Speech and Hearing Clinic
 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Spring 1993 to Spring 1998

  Staff Speech-Language Pathologist, University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinics
 

St. Paul, MN, October 1988-June 1992

  Staff Speech-Language Pathologist, Meriter-Madison General Hospital
 

Madison, WI, September 1985-August 1988.

  Student Research Project Assistant on the Phonology Project
 

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Lawrence D. Shriberg (PI) Fall 1982-Spring 1983.

  Teacher of English as a Foreign Language, 3rd-9th grade girls, Riyadh Schools
 

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, October 1979-July 1981.

  Research Assistant on Nonverbal Communication in Gulf Arabic Project
 

Research Center for Language and Semiotic Studies, Indiana University, Principal Investigators: Thomas A. Sebeok and Sahnny Johnson. Bloomington, IN, September 1978-August 1979.

  Editorial Assistant to Thomas A. Sebeok, for the journal Semiotica
 

Research Center for Language and Semiotic Studies, Indiana University. Bloomington, IN, May 1978-September 1978.

Publications—Edited Book

 

Prior, P., & Hengst, J.A. (Eds.). (2010). Exploring semiotic remediation as discourse practice. Houndmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Publications—Book Chapters

  DeThorne L.S., Hengst J.A., & Hamilton, M-B. (2016). Communication Disorders. In: Howard S. Friedman (Editor in Chief), Encyclopedia of Mental Health, 2nd edition (Vol 1, pp. 324-329). Waltham, MA: Academic Press.
 

Hengst, J. A. (2010). Semiotic remediation, conversational narratives and aphasia. In P. Prior & J.A. Hengst, Exploring semiotic remediation as discourse practice (pp. 107-138). Houndmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Prior, P., & Hengst, J.A. (2010). Introduction: Exploring semiotic remediation. In P. Prior & J.A. Hengst, Exploring semiotic remediation as discourse practice (pp.1-23). Houndmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Prior, P., & Hengst, J.A. (2007). Exploring reformulation as a multimodal discourse practice. In M. Kara (Ed.), Usages et Analyses de la Reformulation (Recherches Linguistiques Numero 29) (pp. 271-292). Metz: Le Centre d'Études Linguistiques des Textes et des Discours, Université Paul Verlaine—Metz.

 

Hengst, J.A., & Johnson, C. (2007). Writing and communication disorders across the lifespan. In C. Bazerman (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Writing: History, Society, School, Individual, Text (pp. 471-484). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum.

 

Miller, P. J., Hengst, J. A., & Wang, S. (2003). Ethnographic methods: Applications from developmental cultural psychology. In P.M. Camic, J.E. Rhodes, & L. Yardley (Eds.) Qualitative research in psychology: Expanding perspectives in methodology and design (pp. 219-242). Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association.

 

Miller, P.J., Hengst, J.A., Alexander, K., and Sperry, L.L. (2000). Versions of personal storytelling/versions of experience: Genres as tools for creating alternate realities. In K. Rosengren, C. Johnson, & P. Harris (Eds.), Imagining the impossible: The development of magical, scientific, and religious thinking in contemporary society (pp. 212-246). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Publications—Articles

  Turkstra, L., Clark, A., Burgess, S., Hengst, J.A., Wertheimer, J., & Paul, D.  (in press). Pragmatic communication abilities in children and adults: Implications for rehabilitation professionals. Disability and Rehabilitation, (available online, Jan2017, DOI:10.1080/09638288.2016.1212113)
  Hengst, J.A., McCartin, M., Valentino, H, Devanga, S., & Sherrill, M.  (2016). Profiling communicative activity: A CHAT approach to design of pseudo-intelligent mediators for Alternative and Augmentative Communication. Outlines: Critical Practice Studies, 17I(1), 5-38. Available at http://ojs.statsbiblioteket.dk/index.php/outlines/article/view/24204/21218
  Hengst, J.A. (2015). Distributed communication: Implications of cultural-historical activity theory (CHAT) for communication disorders. Journal of Communication Disorders, 57, pp. 16-29.
  Hengst, J.A., Devanga, S., & Mosier, H. (2015). Thin vs. thick description: Analyzing representations of people and their life worlds in the literature of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD). American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. Published online October 06, 2015. doi:10.1044/2015_AJSLP-14-0163.
  DeThorne, L., Hengst, J.A. Valentino, H., & Russell, S. (2015) More than words: Examining communicative competence through a preschool-aged child with autism. Inclusion, 3(3), 176-196. DOI: 10.1352/2326-6988-3.3.176
  DeThorne, L.S., Hengst, J.A., Fisher, K., & King, A. (2014). Keep your eye on the prize: Implementing AAC within the broader context of communicative competence. Young Exceptional Children. Volume 17(1): 38 - 49. doi 10.1177/1096250613485453.
  King, A., Hengst, J.A., & DeThorne, L. (2013). Severe speech sound disorders: An integrated multimodal intervention. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 44, 195-210 April 2013. doi:10.1044/0161-1461(2012/12-0023)
 

Duff, M.C., Gupta,R., Hengst, J. A., Tranel,D., & Cohen, N.J. (2011). The use of definite references signals declarative memory: Evidence from patients with hippocampal amnesia. Psychological Science, 22 (5), 666-673.

 

Duff, M.C., Hengst, J.A., Gupta, R., Tranel, D., & Cohen, N. (2011). Distributed impact of cognitive-communication impairment: Disruptions in the use of definite references when speaking to individuals with amnesia. Aphasiology, 25 (6-7), 675-687.

 

Mellman, Lisa, DeThorne, L.S., & Hengst, J.A. (2010). "Shhhh! Alex has something to say": AAC-SGD use in the classroom setting.  ASHA Perspectives on Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 19 (December): 108-114.

 

Hengst, J.A., Duff, M.C., & Dettmer, A. (2010). Rethinking repetition in therapy: Repeated engagement as the social ground of learning. Aphasiology, 24, 887-901.

 

Duff, M.C., Hengst, J.A., Tranel, D., & Cohen, N.J. (2009). Hippocampal amnesia disrupts verbal play and the creative use of language in social interaction. Aphasiology, 23 (7), 926-939.

 

Duff,M.C., Hengst, J.A., Tranel, D., & Cohen, N.J. (2008). Collaborative discourse facilitates efficient communication and new semantic learning in amnesia. Brain and Language, 106(1), 41-54.

 

Duff, M.C., Hengst, J.A., Tengshe, C., Krema, A., Tranel, D., & Cohen, N.J. (2008). Hippocampal amnesia disrupts the flexible use of procedural discourse in social interaction. Aphasiology, 22(7,8), 866-880.

 

Hengst, J.A., Duff, M.C., & Prior, P.A. (2008). Multiple voices in clinical discourse and as clinical intervention. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 43(S1), 58-68.

 

Duff, M.C., Hengst, J.A., Tranel, D. & Cohen, N.J. (2007). Talking across time: Using reported speech as a communicative resource in amnesia. Aphasiology, 21 (6, 7, 8), 702-716.

 

Hengst, J.A. & Duff, M.C. (2007). Clinicians as communication partners: Developing a mediated discourse elicitation protocol. Topics in Language Disorders, 27, 36-47.

 

Prior, P.A., Hengst, J.A., Roozen, K., & Shipka, J.  (2006). "I'll be the sun:" From reported speech to semiotic remediation practices. Text and Talk, 26, 733-766.

 

Hengst, J.A. (2006). "That mea::n dog"—Linguistic mischief and verbal play as a communicative resource in aphasia. Aphasiology, 20, 312-326.

 

Duff, M.C., Hengst, J.A., Tranel, D., & Cohen, N.J. (2006). Development of shared information in communication despite hippocampal amnesia. Nature Neuroscience, 9, 140-146.

 

Hengst, J.A., Frame, S.R., Neuman-Stritzel, T., & Gannaway, R. (2005). Using others’ words: Conversational use of reported speech by individuals with aphasia and their communication partners. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 48, 137-156.

 

Hengst, J.A., (2003). Collaborative referencing between individuals with aphasia and routine communication partners. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 46, 831-848.

 

Alexander, K.J., Miller, P.J., & Hengst, J.A. (2001), Young children's emotional attachments to stories and the cultural practices that surround them. Social Development, 10, 374-398.

 

Hengst, J. A. & Miller, P. J. (1999). The heterogeneity of discourse genres: Implications for development. World Englishes, 18, 325-341.

 

Shriberg, L.D., Kwiatakowski, J., Best, S.L., Hengst, J.A., & Turslic, B. (1986). Characteristics of children with phonological disorders of unknown origin. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 51, 140-161. (Recipient of the Editor's Award, 1986.)

Other Publications

 

Hengst, J. A. (2012). Reflecting on Clinical Practice: A review of One Hundred Names for Love. ANCDS Newsletter, 10 (2), pp. 17-20. (invited book review).

 

Hailpern, J., Danilevsky, M., Harris, A., Karahalios, K., Dell, G., Hengst, J. A. (2011). ACES: Promoting Empathy Towards Aphasia Through Language Distortion Emulation Software. CHI 2011, May 7–12, 2011, Vancouver, BC, Canada. (Copyright 2011 ACM 978-1-4503-0267-8/11/05 CHI 2011)

Work in progress

  Hengst, J.A., McCartin, M., Valentino, H., DeThorne, L., Devanga, S., & Sherrill, M. (article in preparation). Conversational repetition in the discourse of young adults with and without disabilities.
  Hengst, J.A., Flowers, K., Sherrill, M., & Prior, P.A. (article in preparation). Representational chronotopes in the CSD literature: A corpus linguistic analysis.
 

Hengst, J.A., (book in preparation). Humanizing cases in Speech and Hearing Science: A critical examination of disciplinary discourse practices.

 

Hengst, J.A. (book in preparation). Situated communicative practices: An introduction for SLPs.

 

Hengst, J.A. (article in preparation). Re-figured worlds: Positioning identities after stroke.

 

Hengst, J.A., Duff, M.C., Kurzek, J., Olinger, A., & Prior, P.A. (article in preparation). Metaphor as an interactional discourse Resource in Aphasia

Invited Lectures and presentations

 

Hengst, J.A. (2016). Situated Discourse Studies of Aphasia: What patients do well. 1-hour presentation for the Symposium on Clinical Aphasiology, Mysore, India.  Oct 1-2, 2016.

  Hengst, J. A. (2016). Redesigning Aphasia Therapy Around Rich Communicative Environments, 2016. Keynote speaker for Louisiana Speech-Language Hearing Association (LSHA); 5.5 hour presentation; Lafayette, LA, June 10-11, 2016.
  Hengst, J. A. (2016). Interactional Discourse Resources (IDRs) & Temporal Clustering in Conversational Repetition.  Invited participant, 18th Working Conference on Discourse Analysis in Educational Research; The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; May 20-22, 2016.
  Hengst, J.A. (2015). Rethinking repetition in the design of AAC technologies. School of Applied Linguistics, Zurich University of Applied Linguistics (ZHAW). Zurick, Switzerland. February 16.
  Hengst, J.A. (2013). Augmentative and alternative communication: An activity-based approach. Invited presentation. Department of Special Education, University of Karlstad, Sweden. May 7.
 

Hengst, J.A. (2010). Communicative practices and aphasia. Invited presentation for the 40th Anniversary Colloquium Series, School of Audiology and Speech Sciences. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 24.

 

Hengst, J.A.(2006). Creating “rich” communicative environments and the clinician’s role. Invited paper and participant in an International Round Table Discussion Clinical Discourse, Perspectives on Clinical Discourse: Means to ends in text and talk. Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, May 14-18.

Abstracts and Conference Presentations

American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference.

 

Hengst, J. A., Prior, P., Devanga, S., Sherrill, M., Valentino, H., & McCartin, M.. (2017). Chronotopic lamination in everyday interactions: A discourse analysis of contextualization with material and imagined objects.  March 19-21. Portland, Oregon.

  Hengst, J.A. (2013). Tracing interactional discourse resources (IDRs): A multilayered and multimodal approach to discourse analysis. March 16-19. Dallas, Texas.
 

Prior, P.A. & Hengst, J.A. (Colloquium Coordinators). (2011). Entextualization troubles across scales: Theorizing and analyzing repetition, genre, register, practices, media and other forms of recognizability. 3-hour colloquium. Chicago, Illinois, March 26-29.

  Prior, P.A., Hengst, J.A., & Duff, M.C. (2011). Entextualization troubles: Co-textuality, re-textuality, and interdiscursive recognizability across scales. Paper #1 in: Entextualization troubles across scales: Theorizing and analyzing repetition, genre, register, practices, media and other forms of recognizability. Chicago,Illinois, March 26-29.
  Choo, AiLeen, Hengst, J.A., & Ambrose, N. (2011). The nature and function of repetition in stuttering. Paper #6 in: Entextualization troubles across scales: Theorizing and analyzing repetition, genre, register, practices, media and other forms of recognizability. Chicago, Illinois, March 26-29
  Hengst, J.A. (2011). Narratives, geosemiotics and identity: Entextualization troubles around aphasia. Paper #7 in: Entextualization troubles across scales: Theorizing and analyzing repetition, genre, register, practices, media and other forms of recognizability. Chicago, Illinois, March 26-29.

American Speech, Language and Hearing Association Conference (ASHA)

 

Devanga, S.  & Hengst, J.A. (2016). Targeting Collaborative Referencing in Aphasia: Evidence from a Single-Case Experimental Study (session #1477). 1-hour seminar; November 17-19; Philadelphia, PA

 

Sherrill, M., & Hengst, J. A. (2016, November).  Situated Communication Across Species: a case study of animals in therapy. Technical research presentation; November 17-19; Philadelphia, PA.

  Goswami, S.P., Hengst, J.A., Devanga, Suma, Rao, Aditi, and Mathews, Sharon.  (2016). Stories of Aphasia: Exploring Paths to Recovery in India. 1-hour seminar; November 17-19; Philadelphia, PA.
  Sherrill, M., Hengst, J.A., Bogner, M. (2015). Animal assisted therapy (AAT) & speech-language pathology: A research agenda. Technical session presentation (#5682). Nov. 12-14, Denver, Colorado.
  Choo, A. & Hengst, J.A. (2015). Collaborative referencing & stuttering: Analyzing the joint production of card labels during a barrier task. Poster (#8176). Nov. 12-14, Denver, Colorado.
  Devanga, S., Hengst, J.A., & Ernat, C. (2015). Situated learning in aphasia: A treatment case study. Poster (#8209). Nov. 12-14, Denver, Colorado.
  Hengst, J.A., Kortte, K., Neils-Strunjas, J., Clark, A., Duff, M., Mudar, R., Maestas, K., & Paul, D. (2014). An activity-based framework for using games as clinical interventions for acquired cognitive-communication disorders. 2-hour seminar; Nov 20-22; Orlando, Florida.
  Hengst, J., DeThorne, L., Ortigara, A., Kammo, M., Gunderson, T., Valentino, H., Russell, S., King, A., Kubalanza, M., Johnson, C. (2013), Situating communication within activities and around objects: Examining multimodality across five case studies. Seminar presentation, November 14-16, Chicago, IL.
  Choo, A.L., Hengst, J.A., & Tripp, A. (2013). Examining fluency practices: An interactional study of stuttering. Poster presentation. , November 14-16, Chicago, IL.
  Kubalanza, M., Johnson, C.J., & Hengst, J.A. (2013).  Narrative composition in LI: A case study. Poster presentation, November 14-16, Chicago, IL.
  Price, C., Hengst, J., & Ostrosky, M. (2012). The use of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) to support young children’s language & literacy development.  Poster presentation, November 14-17, 2013, Atlanta, GA
 

Hengst, J.A., Duff, M.C., Kurzek, J., Olinger, A., & Prior, P.A. (2011). Metaphor as an interactional discourse resource in aphasia. Seminar Session #1166 (1 hr), San Diego, CA, November 17-19.

 

Johnson, C.J., Hengst, J.A., Kubalanza, M., & Lyons, K. (2011). Home writing environments of kindergarteners & 1st graders with language impairment. Poster (Session #8737), San Diego, CA, November 17-19.

  Choo, A., Hengst, J.A., & Ambrose, N. (2011). The nature & function of repetition in stuttering. Poster (Session # 9000),. San Diego, CA, November 17-19
 

King, A., Hengst, J.A., & DeThorne, L. (2011). Targeting severe speech sound Impairments with an integrated multimodal intervention. Seminar Session #1396 (2 hrs), San Diego, CA, November 17-19.

  Hengst, J.A., Duff, M. C. & Prior, P.A. (2010) Resituating brain injury within functional systems: Bridging brain-behavior-environment. Seminar session (1hr). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 18-20.
  Kurczek, J., Duff, M. C., Hengst, J.A., & Prior, P.A. (2010) Segmentation tools for analyzing spoken discourse samples: Pitfalls and promises. Seminar session (1hr). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 18-20..
 

Mellman, L., DeThorne, L., & Hengst, J.A. (2010). Augmentative and alternative communication use in schools. Poster. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 18-20.

 

Wertheimer, J., Constantinidou, F., Turkstra, L., Hengst, J.A., & Paul, D. (2010). Collaboration realities: The speech-language pathologist and neuropsychologist team. Lunch Session Presentation. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 18-20.

 

Hengst, J.A.  (2008). Tracing social engagement in conversational discourse: Exploration of aphasia, amnesia, and TBI. Symposium Organizer. (2hrs). Chicago, Illinois, November 20-22.

 

Erickson, C., Hengst, J.A., & Duff, M.C. (2008). Conversational repetition and amnesia. Paper. Chicago, Illinois, November 20-22.

 

Pratzel, J., & Hengst, J.A. (2008). Conversational narratives and aphasia. Paper. Chicago, Illinois, November 20-22.

 

Bay, S., Hengst, J.A., & Duff, M.C. (2008). A fidelity analysis of in-frame therapy. Paper. Chicago, Illinois, November 20-22.

 

Duff, M.C., & Hengst, J.A. (2007). Eliciting and analyzing interactional discourse in individuals with amnesia. Seminar (2 hours). Boston, MA, November 15-17.

 

Hengst, J.A., Duff, M.C., Buma, K.F., & Bay, S. (2006). Targeting collaborative referencing: Translating research into clinical practice. Poster. Miami Beach, FL, November 16-18.

 

Shadden, B., Hagstrom, F., Hengst, J.A., & Simmons-Mackie, N. (2005). Framing a research agenda for identity issues in aging. Panel. San Diego, California, U.S.A., November 18-20.

 

Frame, S., Johnson, C.J., & Hengst, J.A. (2005). Helping children with LI tell their personal narratives with style. Presentation. San Diego, California, U.S.A., November 18-20.

 

Duff, M.C., Hengst, J.A., Nolan, M. Tranel, D., Cohen, N. J.. (2005). Language and memory: Analyzing discourse of individuals with amnesia. Presentation. San Diego, California, U.S.A., November 18-20.

 

Hagstrom, F., Hengst, J.A., Duff, M.C, & Agen, J. (2004). Meeting the challenge of the ICF framework: Using sociohistoric theory to redefine our unit of analysis [Abstract]. The ASHA Leader, 9(15), p. 135.

 

Duff, M.C., Hengst, J.A., Tranel, D., & Cohen, N.J. (2004). Collaborative discourse facilitates new learning in individuals with amnesia [Abstract]. The ASHA Leader, 9(15), p. 118.

 

Hengst, J. A., Duff, M.C., Carroll, M. (2003). Sampling adult discourse: Lessons from interactional sociolinguistics [Abstract]. The ASHA Leader, 8 (15), p. 182.

 

Johnson, C. J., Hengst, J.A., Calvert, L. K., Lin, L., Donahue, M., & Prior, P.A. (2003). Story writing on computers for 2 first graders with language impairment [Abstract]. The ASHA Leader, 8 (15), p. 169.

 

Hengst, J.A. & Odell, K.H. (2002). Negotiating complexities in workplace interactions: A case study of aphasia [Abstract]. The ASHA Leader, 7(15), p. 592.

 

Hengst, J.A. (2001). Aphasia and collaborative referencing [Abstract]. The ASHA Leader, 6(15), p. 211.

American Speech, Language and Hearing Association Schools Conference (ASHA)

 

Mellman, L., DeThorne, L., & Hengst, J.A. (2010). Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) use in schools. Poster. Las Vegas, Nevada, July 16-18.

Clinical Aphasiology Conference (CAC)

  Devanga, S., Hengst, J.A., & Mosier, H. (2014). Thin vs. thick description: A critical analysis of representations of PWA in the CSD literature.  Poster Presentation. St. Simon’s Island, GA, May 27-June 1.
 

Duff, M.C., Hengst, J.A., Gupta, R., Tranel, D., & Cohen, N. (2010). Distributed impact of cognitive-communication impairment: Disruptions in the use of definite references when speaking to individuals with amnesia. Poster. Isle of Palms, South Carolina, May 23-27.

 

Hengst, J.A., & Duff, M.C. (2009). Repetition and repeated engagement: The social ground of learning. Poster. Keystone, Colorado, May 26-30.

 

Duff, M.C., Hengst, J.A., Tranel, D., & Cohen, N.J. (2008). Hippocampal amnesia disrupts verbal play and the creative use of language in social interaction. Platform Presentation. Jackson Hole, Wyoming, May 27-June 1.

 

Duff, M.C., Hengst, J.A., Tranel, D., & Cohen, N.J. (2007). Procedural discourse in anterograde declarative amnesia. Poster. Scottsdale, Arizona, May 22-26.

 

Hengst, J.A. & Duff, M.C., (2007). Conversational narratives and aphasia. Platform presentation. Scottsdale, Arizona, May 22-26.

 

Duff, M.C., Hengst, J.A., Tranel, D., & Cohen, N.J. (2006). Talking across time: Use of reported speech as a communicative resource in amnesia. Poster. Ghent, Belgium. May 29-June 2.

 

Hengst, J.A. (2005). “That mea::n dog”—Linguistic mischief and verbal play as a communicative resource in aphasia. Platform Presentation. Sanibel Island, Florida, May 31-June 4.

 

Duff, M.C., Hengst, J.A., Tranel, D., & Cohen, N.J. (2005). Collaborative discourse and task management in individuals with amnesia. Poster. Sanibel Island, Florida, May 31-June 4.

Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) Conference.

 

Duff, M.C., Tranel, D. Hengst, J.A., & Cohen, N. (2006). Self-generated references are important for enduring declarative memory in amnesia. Poster. San Francisco, California, April 8-11.

Conference for Sociocultural Research III: New Conditions of Knowledge Production

 

Prior, P.A. & Hengst, J.A. (2000). Tertiary artifacts ‘R’ us: Play as a leading activity in the development of persons, practices, and institutions. Presentation. Campinas, Brazil. July 16-20.

Illinois Speech, Language, and Hearing Association (ISHA)

 

Hengst, J.A., Bartelmay, R., Frame, S., & Newman, T. (2003 February). Using others’ words: Reported speech in conversations with aphasic speakers [Abstract, p. 38]. Feb. 20-23.

International Association of Applied Linguistics Conference (AILA)

 

Hengst, J.A. (2005). Linguistic mischief: An exploration of discourse practices in aphasia. Presentation. Madison, Wisconsin. July 24-29.

International Brain Injury Association (IBIA)

 

Hengst, J.A., Kortte, K., Neils-Strunjas, J., Clark, A., Maestas, K., Paul, D., & Mudar, R. (2014). Game play following traumatic brain injury: Applying an activity-based model for using games during neurorehabilitation. Poster presentation. San Francisco, CA. March, 19-22. 
(Note: Produced by The Joint Committee on Interprofessional Relations Between ASHA and Division 40 of APA.)

International Society for Cultural and Activity Research (ISCAR)

  Hengst, J.A., DeThorne, L., Valentino, H., McCartin, M. (2014). Designing `Robo-Buddies': Technologies to mediate communication in the wild. Sydney, Australia, Sept 29-Oct 3.
  DeThorne, L., Hengst, J.A., & Valentino H. (2014). Classroom communication practices to support a child with special needs. Sydney, Australia, Sept 29-Oct 3.
  Hengst, J.A. & Duff, M. C. (2011). A sociocultural intervention for adult-acquired neurogenic cognitive-communication disorders: A collaborative referencing treatment task. Presentation at 3rd ISCAR Congress, Rome, Italy. September  5-10.
 

Hengst, J.A. (2008). Tracing voices and semiotic remediation in functional systems impacted by aphasia. Paper in J.A. Hengst (Symposium Organizer) Re-situating brain injury within functional systems: Bridging brain-behavior paradigms. San Diego, California. September 8-13.

 

Hengst, J.A., Duff, M.C., & Prior, P.A. (2008). Re-situating brain injury within functional systems: Bridging brain-behavior paradigms. Seminar (90 minutes) (Steve Thorne, discussant.) San Diego, California. September 8-13.

 

Hengst, J.A., & Duff, M. C. (2005). Remediating discourse practices and distributed functional systems after brain injury. Poster/Presentation in F. Hagstron (Symposium Organizer) Speech-language defectology: Cultural-historical perspectives and practices. Seville, Spain. September 20-24.

 

Hengst, J.A. (2005). Remediating identities and aphasia through figured worlds. Presentation in B. Shadden & F. Hagstron (Symposium Organizers) Aphasia and Identity Construction. Seville, Spain. September 20-24.

 

Prior, P.A., Roozen, K., & Hengst, J.A. (2005). Playing with worlds: Semiotic remediation practices in comedy skits and pretend play. Presentation. Seville, Spain. September 20-24.

International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics Congress (IALP)

 

Johnson, C.J., Hengst, J.A., Prior, P.A., Frame, S.R, & Lin, L. (2005). Underlying processes in early writing disorders in children with language impairments. Poster. Berlin, Germany. August 29-September 2.

 

Johnson, C.J., Hengst, J.A., Donahue, M.A., Prior, P.A., Frame, S.R, Lin, L. & Calvert, L.K. (2004). Narrative writing intervention with computers for school children with expressive language difficulties. Poster. Brisbane, Australia. August 29-September 2.

Modern Language Association (MLA)

 

Hengst, J. A., & Prior, P.A., (1998). Playing with voices: Sociocultural alignments of language in use. Presentation. San Francisco, California. December 27-30.

Society for Neuroscience (SfN)

 

Duff, M.C., Hengst, J.A., Tranel, D., & Cohen, N.J. (2003). Interactive generation and utilization of reference labels promotes rapid and enduring learning in severely amnesic patients [Abstract]. Society for Neuroscience, Program No. 832.5. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Online.

Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders (SRCLD)

 

Frame, S., Johnson, C.J., & Hengst, J.A., (2006). Helping children with language impairment tell their personal narratives with style. Poster. Madison, Wisconsin. June 1-3.

Grants

 

S. P. Goswami (PI), J. A. Hengst (co-investigator). Stories of aphasia: Exploring paths to recovery in India. All India Institute of Speech & Hearing: Mysore (570 006;  SH/CDN/ARF-19/2014-15). 1,199,000 Rupees (~ $20,000) (3 years).

 

S. P. Goswami (PI), V. Uthappa A. G., M. Krishnan, J. A. Hengst, & S. Devanga. Development of battery for cognitive communication: Kannada (BCC-K). Department of Health Research-ICMRApplication for Grant-in-Aid of Ad-Hoc Research Projects. Total amount requested: 3,151,022 Rupees (~ $52,000)  (3 years).

 

J A. Hengst (PI). Understanding the role of cases in Speech and Hearing Science: Representation of clients, cases, and case-study research in the professional literature.  UIUC Campus Research Board. Funded August 2013-August 2014. Amount: $14,910

  J A. Hengst & L. S. DeThorne (Faculty co-organizers). Social interaction and communicative competence: Highlighting the role of technology. 2011-2012 Focal Point Phase II, Graduate College Initiative, UIUC. Funded August 2012-Dec 2013. Total amount awarded: $15,000.
  M. Hasegawa-Johnson, M. (PI). J.A. Hengst., L. S. DeThorne, T. Huang, P. Malik,, & T. Gunderson (co-investigators). Pseudo-intelligent mediators (“Robo-Buddies”) to improve communication between students with and students without physical disabilities. UIUC Graduate College IN3 Proposal. Award dates: August 2012-August 2014. Total amount: $199,938.
 

J. A. Hengst & L. S. DeThorne. (Co-faculty organizers). Social interaction and communicative competence: Integrating theory and clinical practice. 2009-2010 Focal Point Graduate College Initiative, UIUC. Awarded July 2009 for fall 2009-Summer 2010; Amount: $15,000.

 

J.A. Hengst. Communication partners and disability—Community engagement for the undergraduate curriculum in Speech and Hearing Science. Provost Initiative on Teaching Advancement Grant, UIUC. Awarded: June 2008 for June 2008-June 2009. Total amount: $14,000.

 

J.A. Hengst. Conversational narratives and aphasia. Research Board, UIUC. Awarded: March 15, 2006 for June 2006-March 2007. Total amount: $10, 743.

 

A. Proctor (PI) & J. A. Hengst (co-investigator). Preparation of speech-language pathologists (SLPs) in pediatric traumatic brain injury (TBI): Service, advocacy and collaboration. US Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services. Awarded: September 10, 2003 for January 2004 – August 2007. Total amount: $1,000,000. [$250,000 per year]

 

J. A. Hengst (PI), N. J. Cohen, (co-investigator). Analyzing discourse production in individuals with amnesia. UIUC-ALS Mary Jane Neer Research Fund. Awarded: April 2004 for May 2004-May 2005. Total amount: $13, 530.60.

 

C. J. Johnson (PI) & J. A. Hengst (co-Investigator). Early writing intervention for children with language impairment. Research Board, UIUC. Awarded: October 15, 2003. Total amount: $15, 954.

 

C. J. Johnson (PI), J. A. Hengst, M. L. Donahue, and P. A. Prior (co-Investigators). Continuation of Written expression begins for children with language impairment. UIUC-ALS Mary Jane Neer Research Fund. Awarded: April 2003 for May 21, 2003 – May 21, 2004. Total amount: $6,296.

 

J. A. Hengst (PI). An ethnographic case study of augmentative communication and aphasia. UIUC Research Board Grant. Award time: January 2003-August 2003. Total amount: $8,120.

 

C. J. Johnson (PI), J. A. Hengst, M. D. DeForbes, M. L. Donahue, & P. A. Prior (Co-Investigators). Written expression begins for children with language impairment. UIUC-College of ALS Mary Jane Neer Research Fund. Awarded: May 21, 2002 – May 21, 2003. Total amount: $15,000.

 

J. A. Hengst (PI). Collaborating on reference: A study of discourse and aphasia. UIUC Research Board Grant. Award time: January 5, 2002-Janurary 5, 2003. Total amount awarded: $23,769.

 

P. J. Miller (PI) & Julie A. Hengst (Project Director). Collaborating on reference: A study of discourse and aphasia. Mary Jane Neer Research Grant, UIUC-College of Applied Life Studies. Award time: 1998-99. Total amount: $14,790.

Honors and Awards

 

2016 Award for Excellence in Guiding Undergraduate Research.

College of Applied Health Sciences.

 

2015 ASHA Research Mentoring Pair Travel Award (with Martha Sherrill).

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).

 

Arnold O. Beckman Award

Understanding the role of cases in Speech and Hearing Science: Representation of clients, cases, and case-study research in the professional literature (ID#: 13201).  UIUC Campus Research Board, February 2013.

 

2010-2011 Campus Award for Excellence in Public Engagement (CAEPE).

In recognition of faculty, academic professionals, staff, and students who engage the public to address critical societal issues. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

 

Incomplete List of Teachers Rated as Excellent by Their Students

Spring 2015 for SHS 390
Fall 2012 for SHS 572
Spring 2012 for SHS 390
Fall 2010 for SHS 593
Spring 2006 for SHS 534
Spring 2005 for SHS 534
Fall 2004 for SHS 271
Spring 2003 for SPSHS 432.

 

UIUC Scholars’ Travel Awards

March 2013: Total amount: $750
September 2011 (FY2012) Total amount: $1050
April 2007 (FY2007) Total amount: $540 (+$150 ALS/SHS support)
September 2005 (FY 2006) Total amount: $520 (+$150 ALS/SHS support)
August 2005 (FY 2006).Total amount: $1,450 (+$200 ALS/SHS support)
July 2005 (FY 2005). Total amount: $640 (+$150 ALS/SHS support)
October 2002 (FY 2003). Total amount: $680
October 2001 (FY 2002). Total amount: $480

 

2009 Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Outstanding Book Award

Given to the edited collection, C. Bazerman (Ed.) (2007). Handbook of writing research, which included: Hengst, J.A. & Johnson, C.J. (2007). Writing and communication disorders across the lifespan (pp. 471-484). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

 

Karl Wallace Award

In recognition of distinguished graduate student scholarship, Department of Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Spring 2000.

Teaching

Undergraduate and Graduate Courses

  Children, Language & Communication (SHS 120)
  Undergraduate Open Seminar (SHS 199) Various topics.
  Communication and Aging (SHS 271)
  Research Lab Experiences in SHS (SHS 291) Various topics.
  Communication Partners and Health (SHS 375)
  Neuroplasticity and Communication Disorders (SHS 383)
  Discourse Analysis and Communicative Disorders (SHS 390)
  Individual Study (SHS 390) Various topics.
  Honors Individual Study (SHS 395) Various topics.
  Augmentative and Alternative Communication (SHS 473)
  Aphasia and Related Disorders (SHS 534)
  Counseling and Communicative Disorders (SHS 572)
  History of CSD (SHS 590)
  Special Problems (SHS 593) Various topics, including seminar in Communication Competence and Communication Disorders
  Ph.D. Early Research (SHS 594) Various topics.
  Thesis Research (SHS 599) Various topics.

Dissertation Committees

  Suma Ramesh Devanga. (Speech and Hearing Science, 2017, Chair/Director). Targeting collaborative referencing in aphasia: Evidence from a mixed methods study.
 

Ai Leen Choo. (Speech and Hearing Science, 2013,Chair/Director).Examining fluency practices: An interactional study of stuttering.

 

Amie King. (Speech and Hearing Science, 2010, Chair/Director). An integrated multimodal intervention approach to support speech and language development in children with severe speech impairments.

 

Michael Hefferly. (Speech and Hearing Science, 2009). Examining the relation between hearing loss and successful aging.

 

Regine Lin. (Speech and Hearing Science, 2006). Effects of early English education on phonological awareness and language development of Taiwanese bilingual children.

 

Melissa Duff. (Speech and Hearing Science, 2005). New learning through collaborative discourse in amnesia.

 

Ishara Ramkisson. (Speech and Hearing Science, 2005). Effects of smoking/nicotine on the auditory middle latency response in older individuals.

 

Brinda Jegatheesan Pandarinathan. (Special Education, 2005). Ways of being in home and community: Language socialization of children with autism in multilingual south Asian immigrant families.

Master Thesis and Doctoral Early Research Committees

 

Martha Sherrill. (Doctoral student in Speech and Hearing Science).

Academic advisor, Director of ERP. Anticipated completion of ERP Spring 2016.

 

Suma Devanga. (Doctoral student in Speech and Hearing Science).

Academic advisor, Director of ERP. Anticipated completion of ERP Spring 2015.

 

Jamie Pratzel. (Master’s student in Speech and Hearing Science).

Chair—Thesis Committee (Summer 2008). Title: Conversational narratives in the discourse of individuals with aphasia and their routine communicative partners.

 

Stephanie Bay. (Master’s student in Speech and Hearing Science).

Chair—Thesis Committee (Summer 2007). Title: A fidelity analysis of an in-frame treatment approach using a barrier task protocol: A case study of a patient with aphasia and amnesia.

 

Courtney Erickson. (Master’s student in Speech and Hearing Science).

Chair—Thesis Committee (Summer 2007). Title: Conversational repetition in the discourse of amnesic and non-brain damaged individuals.

 

Mary Witte. (Master’s student in Speech and Hearing Science).

Member—Thesis Committee (Spring 2007). Title: Individual variation in the pragmatic skills of school-age children: Listeners' perceptions and casual factors.

 

Iren Han. (Master’s student in Speech and Hearing Science).

Member—Thesis Committee (Spring 2005). Title: Movement patterns of oral pharyngeal structures during swallowing in upright versus supine Positions.

 

Simone Frame. (Master’s student in Speech and Hearing Science).

Member—Thesis Committee (Spring 2004). Title: Gesture and reported speech intervention in narratives of early school-aged children with language impairment.

 

Heidi Peeters. (Master’s student in Speech and Hearing Science).

Member—Thesis Committee. (Fall 2004). Title: Limitations in auditory attentional processing: The auditory attentional blink.

 

Regine Lin. (Ph.D. student in Speech and Hearing Science).

Member—Master’s Thesis Equivalency Project Committee (Fall 2002). Title: A comparative study of lexical and metalinguistic development of Taiwanese bilingual and monolingual children.

Supervision of Student Conference Presentations

 

Jennifer Gerry & Carley Serena (2016). The role of reported speech as an integral part of communicative environments during Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT). Mentors: Martha Sherrill & Julie A. Hengst. Poster presentation at the UIUC URS, Urbana, IL, April 21, 2016. Note: Awarded Honorable Mention, Poster Presentation in Health and Wellness.

  Tara Marcoski & Claire Smego (2016). Verbal play as a communicative resource in aphasia treatment. Mentors: Suma Devanga & Julie A. Hengst. Poster presentation at the UIUC URS, Urbana, IL, April 21, 2016.
  Allison Virgilio & Juliana Marks (2016). Managing self-talk in clinical sessions: Implications for speech-language pathology. Mentors: Suma Devanga & Julie A. Hengst.  Poster presentation at the UIUC URS, Urbana, IL, April 21, 2016.
  Amanda Rohde  & Carissa Ernat (2015). Strategic use of complexity to enhance communication and learning after brain injury. Poster presentation at UIUC URS. Champaign, IL, April 23, 2015. Mentors: Julie A. Hengst & Suma Devanga (doctoral student).
  Alexander Karigan & Amanda Rohde (2014).  Tracing dialogic patterns as evidence of learning in severe aphasia: A treatment case study. Poster presentation at UIUC Undergraduate Research Symposium. Urbana, IL, April 18. Mentors: Julie A. Hengst and Suma Devanga (doctoral student).
 

Monique M. Kammo & Amanda M. Rhode. (2013) A multimodal analysis of interactional timing: A case study of a woman with cerebral palsy using AAC. Poster presentation at UIUC Undergraduate Research Symposium. Urbana, IL, April 18. Mentors: Julie A. Hengst and Tracy Gunderson.

 

Anna Ortigara & Alexandra Karigan. (2013). Learning in aphasia. Poster presentation at UIUC Undergraduate Research Symposium. Urbana, IL, April 18. Mentor: Julie A. Hengst.

 

Stephanie Russell & Hillary Valentino (2013). Classroom communication practices involving one child with complex communication needs. Poster presentation at UIUC Undergraduate Research Symposium. Urbana, IL, April 18. Mentors: Laura DeThorne, Julie A. Hengst, and Tracy Gunderson.

 

Sophia Hizon & Danielle Dionissopoulos. (2012). Recurrent utterances and conversational repetition: A study of aphasia discourse. Poster presentation at UIUC Undergraduate Research Symposium. Urbana, IL, April 11. Mentor: Julie A. Hengst.

 

Anna Olsen, Andrea Tripp, Elise Brucks, & Allison Hilger. (2012). Examining stuttering-like disruptions during collaborative referencing. Poster presentation atUIUC Undergraduate Research Symposium. Urbana, IL, April 11. Mentors: Ai Leen Choo & Julie A. Hengst.

 

Susan Novotny, Anna Ortigara & Caroline Lartz. (2012). Conversational repair in aphasia discourse. Poster presentation at UIUC Undergraduate Research Symposium. Urbana, IL, April 11. Mentor: Julie A. Hengst.

 

Eileen P. Kerins & Stephanie K. Bishop. (2012). Writing through talk: The dictated stories of a child with writing delays. Poster presentation at UIUC Undergraduate Research Symposium. Urbana, IL, April 11. Mentors: Cynthia J. Johnson & Julie A. Hengst.

  Elizabeth S. Pelletier, & Eileen P. Kerins (2011). Exploring home literacy practices and parental beliefs for children with writing delays. Poster presentation at the UIUC Undergraduate Research Symposium. Urbana, IL. April 21. Mentors: Julie A. Hengst and Cynthia Johnson).
  Kyle Easter. (2011). Conversational repetition and aphasia: A case study. Poster presentation at the UIUC Undergraduate Research Symposium, April 21. Urbana, IL. Mentor: Julie A. Hengst.
  Annie M. Capron, Elizabeth S. Pelletier, & Eileen P. Kerins (2011). Exploring the home literacy practices of children with writing delays. SIRC Session poster presentation at the ISHA Convention, Feb 11., Rosemont, IL (Julie A. Hengst and Cynthia Johnson, research mentors).
  Dean, Megan & Savicki, Laura (2010) Discourse performance across time in individuals with acquired neurogenic communication disorders. Poster presentation at the UIUC Undergraduate Research Symposium, Urbana, IL. Mentor: Julie A. Hengst.
  Salem, Fatima (2009). Creating Clinical Partners in Discourse Elicitation Tasks. Poster presentation at the UIUC Undergraduate Research Symposium, Urbana, IL. Mentor: Julie A. Hengst.
  Bay, Stephanie & Buma, Keri (2007).  Presentation at ISHA-SIRCA, Rosemont, IL, February. (Julie A. Hengst, research mentor).
  Erickson, Courtney & Porter, Emily (2007). Presentation at ISHA-SIRCA, Rosemont, IL, February. (Julie A. Hengst, research mentor).

 

University Service and Professional Consulting

Departmental Committees and Service

  Graduate Admissions Committee, Chair, 2015-18; Fall 2010-Spring 2012.
  Faculty Search Committees for Open Rank Faculty in Speech Science and Open Rank Faculty in Hearing Science, Chair, 2016-17.
  Faculty Search Committee for Associate/Full Professor in Neurological Bases of Communication Disorders. Chair, 2013-14.
  Graduate Programs Committee, 2012-14.
  Undergraduate Programs Committee, 2012-13
  Program Policy Committee, Fall 2010-Spring 2012.
  Faculty Research & Education Coordinator for SLP Clinical Programs, 2009-2012.
  Program Policy Committee, 2008-2009
  Advisory Committee, Elected 2007-2011
  Educational Policy Committee, Chair, 2007-2009; 2009-2010.
  Ph.D. Curriculum Committee, Fall 2001- 2004; 2005-2006.
  Master’s Curriculum Committee, Fall 2004-2005.
  Area Specialization Committee for Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) Certification Type 73 Procedures, Fall 2003-2004.
  Reviewer—Portfolios of Master's students who were seeking Type 73 ISBE Certification, Spring 2003 & Spring 2004.
  SPSHS Ad Hoc Committee on American Speech-Language & Hearing Association (ASHA) Certification Procedures (with Dr. Ambrose). Fall 2002-2004.
 

SHS courses developed:

SHS 590 History of Communication Sciences and Disorders;

SHS 473 Introduction to Augmentative and Alternative Communication;

SHS 375 Communication Partners and Health (cross-listed as AHS 375, KIN 375);

SHS 271 (originally SPSHS 282) Communication and Aging

College Committees and Service

  AHS Faculty Executive Committee (elected), 2016-2017.
  AHS Faculty Search Committee in Family Health and Wellness, Member 2015-2016.
  Educational Policy Committee, 2008-2010. (Co-chair, 2009-2010).
  Capricious Grading Committee, 2007-2009.
  Grievance Committee, 2007-2009.
  Department Representative—ALS Library Committee, Spring 2002-2008.
  Member—ALS Election and Credentials Committee, August 2002-August 2004.
  Member—ALS Alleged Capricious Grading Committee, August 2003-August 2005.

Campus Committees and Service

  Graduate College Faculty Executive Committee (elected), 2016-2017.
  Chancellor’s Committee on Access and Accommodation (CCAA); Member 2012-13. Chair, 2013-14, 2015-17.
  Search Committee for Title IX Coordinator, Office of the Chancellor, 2016-2017.
  Search Committee for Associate Chancellor for Diversity, 2016.
  CAEPE Awards Committee; Member 2011-12; 2013-14 Chair, 2012-13
  Inclusive Illinois Committee; Member, 2013-14
  Committee on the Use of Facilities, 2008-2010.
  Provost's Working Group on Undergraduate Research, 2008-2009.
  Provost's Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Degree Programs Working Group, Ruth Watkins, Chair, 2007-2008.
  Ad Hoc Lab Research Safety Training Committee, 2005-2006.
  Reviewer for Research Board Research Grant Application, 2001.

Professional Activities and Affiliations

Journal Peer Review

  American Education Research Journal
  American Journal of Education
  American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology
  Aphasiology
  Cortex
  International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders
  Journal of Communication Disorders
  Journal of Pragmatics
  Journal of Speech, Language, Hearing Research
  Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools
  Neuropsychology
  Qualitative Inquiry
  Research in the Teaching of English

Journal Editing

 

American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology (Guest Associate Editor, 2011-2012)

 

Journal of Speech, Language, Hearing Research (Guest Associate Editor, 2010-11)

Professional Society or Association Service

 

Clinical Aphasiology Conference (CAC), Treasurer, 2016-19.

  Clinical Aphasiology Conference (CAC), Steering Committee, 2016-present.
 

ASHA and APA Division 40 (Clinical Neuropsychology) Joint Committee on Interprofessional Relations, Member: 2009-2010, Co-chair, 2010-13.

  ASHA 2006 Convention Language Disorders in Adults Committee. Fall 2005-Fall 2006.
 

Illinois Speech-Language, Hearing Association, Conference Subcommittee Chairperson, Acquired Neurogenic Disorders Track. For convention year: 2003, 2004,2005, 2006, & 2007.

 

American Speech-Language Hearing Association, Language Science Committee Member for the 2004 Convention of ASHA.

Workshops, Consulting, and Local Presentations

  Pro bono consulting for individual cases related to SLP treatments for neurogenic communication disorders, voice disorders, and use of AAC, 2001- present.
  Hengst, J.A. & DeThorne, L.S. (Co-organizers). (2013) Symposium on Activity-Based Approaches to Communication (SABAC). I-Hotel, Urbana, IL, October 4.  Our Focal Point II group partnered with the Center for Writing Studies (CWS), the College of Education, and The Autism Project (TAP) to co-sponsor a day-long symposium on the topic of "Video Games, New Literacies, and Redesigning Communicative Competence." Dean Mary Kalantzis gave the opening keynote address on New Literacies in the 21st Century. Dr. James Paul Gee and Dr. Betty Hayes, both from Arizona State University, were our invited speakers. October 4. www.go.illinois.edu/SABAC.
  Hengst, J.A. & DeThorne, L.S. (Co-organizers).(2012) Symposium on Activity-Based Approaches to Communication (SABAC) . Linda Tortorelli, Laura DeThorne, Julie Hengst, James Halle, & Jennifer Cravens (co-organizers). A one-day symposium focusing on play-based communication and social interaction attended by area clinicians, teachers, researchers and caregivers. www.go.illinois.edu/SABAC
  Hengst, J.A. (2012) Managing Memory and Everyday Remembering. 2-hr presentation at monthly meeting of the Brain Injury Support Group of East Central Illinois, April 14.
  Hengst, J.A. (2012) Case Studies, Personal Accounts, Memoirs & Other Stories of Living with “Brain Injuries”. 2-hr presentation at monthly meeting of the Brain Injury Support Group of East Central Illinois, February 11
  Hengst, J.A. & Duff, M.C. (Co-presenters). (2011) Treating Neurogenic Communication Disorders; 4-hour workshop presented to Quad-City Speech-Language Hearing Association (QSHA). Rock Island, IL. May 21.
 

Hengst, J.A. (2011). Visionaries (and examining executive functions). 2-hr presentation at monthly meeting of the Brain Injury Support Group of East Central Illinois, October 8.

 

Hengst, J.A. & DeThorne, L.S. (Co-organizers). (2010). Symposium on Activity-Based Approaches to Communication (SABAC). A one-day symposium focusing on play-based communication and social interaction attended by area clinicians, teachers, researchers and caregivers.  A capstone event for the 2009-2010 Focal Point Grant, also co-sponsored by the Department of Speech and Hearing Science, Eastern Illinois Speech Hearing and Language Association, and The Autism Program of the Univesity of Illinois. I-Hotel, Urbana, IL, August 6.

 

Hengst, J.A. & Duff, M.C. (2009). Reflecting on clinical practice and treatment approaches for acquired cognitive-linguistic communication disorders. Workshop provided as Continuing Education for area clinicians through Carle Hospital, Urbana, IL. October 17.

 

Hengst, J.A. (2009). The Study of Communicative Practices in Relation to Adult-Acquired Neurogenic Communication Disorders. Presentations in the SHS ProSem Series. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. April 17.

 

Hengst, J.A. (2008). Living with chronic conditions and disability:  Research Issues. Presentation at the Symposium on Health, Aging and Disability: Developing the Critical Research Agenda. Sponsored by Center on Health, Aging, and Disability, College of Applied Health Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. April.

  Hengst, J.A. (2008). Ethnographic Methods and Situated Discourse Analysis. Brownbag presentation at AHS Interpretive Research Working Group.University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. April.
 

Hengst, J.A. (2007). Reflecting on Clinical Practice and Treatment Approaches for Acquired Cognitive-Communication. One-day in-service workshop for Speech-Language Pathologists, sponsored by Midwest Adult Communication Group, St. Louis, MO. October.

 

Hengst, J.A. (2007). Playing Games: Enhancing Communication and Cognition. Guest Presentation at Carle Hospital’s Brain Injury Support Group, Urbana, IL. April.

 

Johnson, C., Hengst, J.A., and Prior, P. (Co-presenters). (2005). Children's Writing Disorders and the Transition to College Writing. A 1-day in-service workshop presented to speech-language pathologists of the Champaign Unit 4 School District on October 14.

 

Hengst, J.A. (2000). Community Reintegration: Reconnecting with Social Circles. A presentation and discussion at the Regional Educational Conference of the Brain Injury Association: Life After Brain Injury (BIA-IL) at Champaign, IL, October.

Certification, Licensure, Membership in Professional Organizations

 

Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) since 1986, issued by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA).

 

Licensed as a Speech-Language Pathologist in the State of Illinois (since 1993).

 

Member of: Academy of Neurological Communication Disorders in Sciences; American Anthropological Association; American Association of University Professors; American Association of Applied Linguistics; American Speech-Language-Hearing Association; International Society for Cultural and Activity Research; United States Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (USSAAC).