Christine Marvin

Christine Marvin

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Christine Marvin


Ph.D., Early Childhood-Special Education, University of Oregon, 1985
M.A., Speech-Language Pathology, Eastern Michigan University, 1974
B.S., Elementary Education & Speech Pathology, Eastern Michigan University, 1972

Christine Marvin uses her training and experience as a speech-language pathologist and early interventionist to coordinate and teach the courses and practicums associated with the graduate program of study in early childhood special education.

Her interests include interdisciplinary training programs, and prevention and intervention programs for infants, toddlers and preschool-age children with disabilities in home and inclusive community-based programs. Christine's research has focused on the effects of context (home and school) on young children's communication development, and the implications for early literacy intervention programs. 

Professional Highlights

Honors and Recognition
2005-present, Academy of Distinguished Teachers, University of Nebraska–Lincoln2015, Charman Outstanding Professor Award, College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2014, Faculty-Student Mentoring Award, College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2011, Invited Member, University of Nebraska Travel Delegation for development of cooperative agreement with East China Normal University, Shanghai, China2004, Distinguished Teaching Award, College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska–Lincoln 2003, Don & Mary Swanson Award for Teaching Excellence, Teachers College, University of Nebraska–Lincoln 1995-97, Governor-Appointed Member, Nebraska Interagency Coordinating Council for Early Intervention1994, Graduate Faculty Fellow, University of Nebraska-Lincoln1994, Tribute to Women Award, Lincoln-YWCA1986-88, Teaching Excellence Awards, University of New Mexico
2014-present, Professor, University of Nebraska–Lincoln1994-present, Graduate Faculty Fellow, University of Nebraska-Lincoln1988-present, Coordinator/Advisor, Early Childhood Special Education Graduate Program, University of Nebraska–Lincoln1995-2014, Associate Professor, Tenured, University of Nebraska-Lincoln1988-95, Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln1986-88, Consulting Speech-Language Pathologist, Therapeutic Innovations, Albuquerque, New Mexico1985-88, Assistant Professor, Department of Special Education, University of New Mexico1983-85, Speech-Language Pathologist, Crippled Children’s Division of Oregon Health Sciences, University of Oregon1982-85, Graduate-Teaching Fellow, Department of Speech Pathology and Special Education, University of Oregon1981-82, Instructor/Clinical Supervisor, Department of Communication Disorders, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater1975-81, Speech Language Pathologist, Kiwanis Children’s Division of Curative Rehabilitation Center, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin1974-75, Speech-Language Pathologist, Cooperative Education Service Agency #10, Plymouth, Wisconsin1974-75, Speech-Language Pathologist, Minnesota Society for Crippled Children and Adults, Maple Lake, Minnesota1973, Speech-Language Pathologist, Monroe County Public Schools, Monroe, Michigan1972-73, Diagnostician, Ypsilanti Public Schools, Ypsilanti, Michigan
1985-present, Council for Exceptional ChildrenDivision for Children with Communicative Disabilities and Deafness, Council for Exceptional ChildrenDivision for Early Childhood, Council for Exceptional ChildrenDivision for Teacher Education, Council for Exceptional Children1974-present, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association1995-present, National Association for the Education of Young Children1990-present, American Association of University Professors1989-2010, Phi Delta Kappa1977-95, Neurodevelopmental Treatment Association