Dr. Jenna Luque
Dr. Jenna Silver Luque is an Associate Professor of Instruction of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the USF Sarasota-Manatee campus. She received her PhD in Communication Sciences and Disorders from University of South Florida in Tampa, her MA in Linguistics from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, her MA in Communication Sciences and Disorders from University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, and her BA in Linguistics and in Communication Sciences and Disorders from University of Florida. She is currently working toward an MS in Learning Design and Technology at USF with an anticipated completion date of 2022.
Clinically, Dr. Luque has held her CCC-SLP since 2008. She has worked with the pediatric population in schools and private practices with clients with speech and language disorders, as well as clients on the spectrum. Her clinical specialty is accent modification, an area in which she has presented at state and national conferences.
Dr. Luque’s research has focused on cross-language speech perception, clear speech, English learner speech, and accent modification. She has collaborators across the state and country, and has presented her work as posters and presentations at national and international conferences. Recently, Dr. Luque has also began to study the scholarship of teaching and learning both in CSD and more generally.
She teaches courses in Phonetics, Speech Science, Speech Disorders, Language Development and Disorders, and Clinical Methods online. Dr. Luque has previously taught graduate courses. She is co-author of Hands-on Phonetics, a speech science text.