Howard Wilson, Ph.D
Associate Professor of Communication Disorders
Office: Virgil Henson Activity Center, Room 242X
Professional Profile Wilson joined the WTAMU faculty in 2002. He received a B.S. and M.S. in speech pathology from Florida State University in 1971 and 1972, respectively. He compeled his Ph.D. in speech pathology in 1980 from Ohio University.
Teaching and Related Service
Dr. Wilson teaches undergraduate courses in phonetics and articulation. Graduate courses in aphasia and related neurogenic disorders, neuromotor speech disorders, and augmentative communication are Dr. Wilson's speciality.
He is a member of the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is a frequent presenter at both conventions.
Wilson is liscened by the state of Texas in Speech-Language Pathology.
Research and Creative Activity
His research interests include readability of patient information in communication disorders, team player styles and issues in higher education.
Wilson is the proud father of three children, Ben, Lauria, and Patrick and the grandfather of four granddaughters. He enjoys hiking and photograpy.