Rebecca H. Linke, MS, CCC-SLP
Office: Virgil Henson Activities Center, Room 212 W
Rebecca Linke joined the Department of Communication Disorders as a part time instructor in the fall of 2004. She joined the Communication Disorders faculty full time as Clinic Coordinator, Clinical Supervisor, and Instructor in the spring of 2009. Mrs. Linke received her B.S. in Speech and Hearing Sciences from the University of South Alabama in 1988. In 1992, she received her M.S. in Speech and Hearing Sciences also from the University of South Alabama.
Teaching and Related Service Mrs. Linke teaches Application of Clinical Principles, Language and Literacy Disorders, Language Disorders Birth-5 and Diagnosis in Communication Disorders.
Mrs. Linke supervises graduate students in the department as they obtain clinical experience while working with persons who have communication disorders. She also manages clinical placements for during internal and external clinical practicum.
Mrs. Linke is a member of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA), the Texas Speech Language and Hearing Association (TSHA) and the Panhandle Regional Speech and Hearing Association (PRSHA).
Research and Creative Activity
Mrs. Linke’s interests include Early Childhood Communication Disorders and working with children with multiple disabilities. She is passionate about the field of communication disorders focusing on the capabilities of a person rather than their disabilities.
Mrs. Linke lives in Amarillo with her husband, a spoiled dog, and two horses. She enjoys horseback riding, hiking, and scrapbooking. She is originally from Mobile, AL having moved the Panhandle in 1992 now considering the area “home”.