R. Danielle Scott
Name: R. Danielle Scott
Position: Assistant Professor
Teaching: Professor Scott's teaching goal is to guide students to be critical thinkers who are culturally humble and intrinsically motivated by learning. It is Professor Scott's intention for students to learn to connect with clients deeply through thriving therapeutic relationships and vulnerability as well as partner with other professionals through multidisciplinary collaboration.
- CDIS 688 Multicultural Issues
- CDIS 676 Seminar: Selected Topics in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- CDIS 346 Cultural Humility
- CDIS 695 Clinical Practicum
Areas of Interest: Professor Scott's areas of interest include Cultural and Linguistic Diversity, Cultural Humility, and Social Justice. Her research pertains to speech-language pathologists' therapeutic relationships with culturally and linguistically diverse students.