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Curriculum Vitae

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Education - 

Doctor of Philosophy

Indiana University

Bloomington, IN

Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences

Minor: General Linguistics

Advisor: Tessa Bent, Ph.D.

2021 - Present

Master of Arts

Ball State University

Muncie, IN

Speech-Language Pathology

Thesis: Graduate and Undergraduate Perspectives of the Graduate Admissions Process in Speech-Language Pathology

Thesis Advisor: Barry T. Wagner, Ph.D.

2018 - 2020

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Science, Speech-Language Pathology

Ball State University, 2018

2014 - 2018

Technical Proficiencies - 

  • Programming Languages Known:

    • R**

    • Matlab** 

    • Python

    • Java/JavaScript

    • Praat

  • Statistical Analysis Tools:

    • RStudio**

    • Python (Pandas, NumPy, MatPlotLib)

    • MATLAB

  • Experimental Design Tools:

    • jsPsych**​

    • PsychoPy

    • MATLAB

**preferred tools/platforms

Memberships, Licenses, & Certifications - 

  • Licensee, Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology Board of Indiana | 2021 - Present

  • Member CCC-SLP, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association | 2021 - Present

  • Member, Indiana Speech-Language-Hearing Association | 2020 - Present

  • Student Member, Acoustical Society of America | 2021 - Present

  • Student Member, American Association for Applied Linguistics | 2023 - Present

Awards & Honors -

May 2024 – James E. West Graduate Fellowship, Acoustical Society of America ($62,000 over 2 yrs.)

February 2024 – Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences Dept. Research Grant ($500)

October 2023 – Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences Dept. Research Grant ($500)

April 2023 – 2022 Fred W. Householder Best Student Paper Award in Linguistics ($700)

April 2023 – Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences Dept. Research Grant ($500)

April 2023 – Groups STEM Summer Research Experience Program Grant ($1000)

April 2022 – Larry and Marty Humes Student Research Travel Award ($600)

April 2022 – Indiana University College of Arts and Sciences Travel Award ($600)

Nov. 2019 – Speech Pathology and Audiology Departmental Travel Award ($1,500)

Sep. 2018 – Speech Pathology and Audiology Departmental Travel Award ($1,500)

May 2018 – Ball State University Keys/Litten/Smith Award for Excellence in Research ($250)

Nov. 2017 – Speech Pathology and Audiology Departmental Travel Award ($1,500)

Publications - 

Henry, M., Bent, T., & Holt, R. F. (Accepted 2024). “They sure aren’t from around here”: Children’s perception of accent distance in native and nonnative varieties of English. Journal of Child Language.

2024

Bent, T., Henry, M., Holt, R. F., Lind-Combs, H. (Resubmitted Jan. 2024). Relating pronunciation distance metrics to intelligibility across English accents. Journal of Phonetics.

2024

Conference Presentations - 

Henry, M., Bent, T., Holt R. F., & Lind-Combs, H. (2024, May). The contribution of suprasegmental cues to perceived L1 and L2 accent distance. [Poster presentation]. Joint Meeting  - 186th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America/Acoustics Week in Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

2024

Lind-Combs, H., Holt, R. F., Bent, T., & Henry, M. (2024, May) How rhythmic cues influence perception of accent distance across L1 and L2 English speakers. [Poster presentation]. Joint Meeting  - 186th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America/Acoustics Week in Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

2024

Morrisette, M., Henry, M. & Bent, T. (2024, April). Practical prompting: AI solutions for evidence-based phonological intervention. [Platform presentation]. Indiana Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN, USA.

2024

Henry, M., Branson, S., Kilaras, G., & Bent, T. (2024, April) Does sentence type affect the perception of accent distance? [Platform presentation]. Annual Convention of the Indiana Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Indianapolis, IN, USA.

2024

Henry, M. & Bent, T. (2024, March). Examining the effect of disordered speech on social judgments in children. [Individual paper presentation]. American Association for Applied Linguistics Annual Conference, Houston, TX, USA.

2024

Henry, M., Morrisette, M., & Morris, K. G., (2023, November) Solving the problem: A scoping review of problem-based learning in speech-language pathology graduate programs.  [Poster presentation]. American Speech-Language & Hearing Association Annual Convention, Boston, MA, USA.

2023

Henry, M., Diekhoff, M., & Lulich, S. M. (2023, October). Speech acoustics in preschool-aged children with and without speech sound disorders. [Poster presentation]. 28th Mid-Continental Phonetics and Phonology Conference, West Lafayette, IN, USA.

2023

Henry, M., Robinson, A., Dong, X., Miller, J., Miller-Broomfield, C., Sosa, E., & Nesbitt, M. (2023). Rhoticity in Black Boston: Examining the effects of ethnicity and ethnic orientation. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 153(3_supplement), A368. https://doi.org/10.1121/10.0019192

2023

Henry, M., Bent, T., & Holt, R. F. (2022, October). Children’s sensitivity to accent strength of native and nonnative varieties. [Poster presentation]. 27th Mid-Continental Phonetics and Phonology Conference, St Louis, MO.

2022

Henry, M., Bent, T., & Holt, R. F. (2022, May). Children’s perception of accent distance
for native and nonnative varieties.
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America,
151(4), A276–A276. https://doi.org/10.1121/10.0011325

2022

Henry, M. & Wagner, B. (2019, November) Assessing visuospatial & temporal working
memory during direct selection & visual-linear scanning with pictographic displays.

[Poster presentation]. American Speech-Language & Hearing Association Annual
Convention, Orlando, FL, USA.

2019

Wagner, B., Henry, M., & Shaffer, L. (2018, September) Multiple symbol production
abilities: Does linear symbol reconstruction impact performance?
[Platform
presentation] AAC Institute Annual Clinical Research Conference, St. Louis, MO, USA.

2018

Ewing, M., Wijesingh, R., Avila, K., Cummins, A., Garland, D. Henry, M., ... Carly
Skinner (2018, April) Analysis of fluid viscosities used to treat human dysphagia. [Poster
presentation]. Ball State University Immersive Learning Showcase, Muncie, IN, USA.

2018

Wagner, B., Henry, M., & Shaffer, L. (2017, November) Sequential production abilities

with multiple-symbol utterances: Implications for redesigning speech generating devices

(SGDs) for children. [Poster presentation]. Annual Convention of the American Speech-

Language & Hearing Association, Los Angeles, CA, USA.

2017

Service - 

Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) Subcommittee Member, Graduate Student Council, American Association of Applied Linguistics

2024 - Present

Recruitment and Retention Subcommittee, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences, Indiana University

2023 - Present

Mentor, IU Groups STEM Summer Research Experience Program

2023

Member, SPHS PhD Organization Colloquium Planning Committee

2022 - Present

Treasurer, Indiana University SPHS PhD Organization

2022 - 2023

Member, Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems Consumer Advisory Council

2021 - Present

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