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Center, Labs and ProjectsDirectorMajor Service
Autism Clinic Providies services to an underserved population while also providing our student trainees with the experiences necessary to become competent professionals in their fields of study.
Basic Academic Skills Instructional Provides after school and summer reading, math,
& social skills instruction
Biomechanics Laboratory Provides various motion analysis equipment to
analyze gait, balance, and sport performance
assessments.
Charter School Ms. Lysa Hagan SFA sponsored model school for grades PK-5 and
internship site for future teachers.
CONFIANZA Nola Schmidt
Creating Ongoing Networks for Implementation of Activities and Norms with Zealous Advocacy for English Language Learners.
Counseling Clinic Mr. Robert Patterson Counseling services by graduate interns
The Design Center Showroom to come and view products specified in
the standards furniture manual. Manufactures come
yearly and give presentations to departments and
students to learn about the furniture industry
Early Childhood Lab Ms. Lori Harkness Education for university students preparing to work
with young students.
Economic Education Center Ms. Phyllis Gilbert Teaching materials and professional development
for teachers of economics and social studies
ECRC Resource Room Ms. Cay McAninch Laminator, copier, die cut machine, resource books,
and computers
Ed & Gwen Cole Audiology Hearing vestibular assessment
Educational Research Center Dr. Patrick Jenlink Supports the collaborative research of doctoral students and edits a major state educational journal.
GEAR UP Monique Nunn Establishes a system-wide mindset of high academic expectations for all students where increased numbers of secondary students will participate and succeed in advanced courses that will prepare them for access to, and success in, postsecondary education.
George Independent Living Skills Model Apartment The apartment is used by the RHB program, the Orientation and Mobility Program, the School Psychology and the Low Vision program to provide students a setting to teach persons with disabilities independent living skills including cooking, cleaning, and washing clothes; skills that it takes to live on one's own.
Human Neuroscience Lab    State-of-the-art laboratory facilities for testing a
wide range of issues related to human brain and
behavior
Human Performance Lab Provides hands on experience in metabolic analysis
testing and pulmonary function testing
Little Jacks The Little Jacks Program is a preschool language stimulation group led by SFA graduate clinicians.
SFA Rehabilitation Services Career Planning Laboratory As a Community Rehabilitation Program, the laboratory provides employment-related services to persons with disabilities referred by both the Division of Blind Services and the Division of Rehabilitation Services of the Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services.
Stanley Speech and Language Clinic    Provides speech, language and hearing evaluations
Voice and Speech Science Lab The SLP program has a speech and voice science laboratory which assesses and treats voice and motor speech disorders.