Welcome to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Stuttering Lab! We're glad you found us. Click around to learn all about our research projects, research team, and resources for stuttering education and support.

If you are a student who is interested in getting involved in research in the Stuttering Lab, please fill out our Research Assistant Interest Form.


4/22/21: Congrats to Chloe Strong whose presentation on her UCARE project and honor's thesis was selected as a winner from the College of Education and Human Sciences at Nebraska Student Research Days. [Watch here]

1/20/21: To celebrate the inauguration of the first POTUS who stutters, Dr. Naomi Rodgers shares her experiences with stuttering on NPR's Short Wave podcast. [Listen here]

12/17/20: New clinical focus paper out of the UNL Stuttering Lab was published in Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups on "Using Solution-Focused Principles with Older Children and their Parents to Elicit Perspectives of Therapeutic Change." Great international collaboration with some amazing stuttering specialists!

11/21/20: Dr. Naomi Rodgers was awarded a New Investigators Research Grant from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation. She will collaborate with Dr. Mike Dodd (UNL Professor of Psychology) to use eyetracking technology to study visual social attention among adolescents who stutter.