To increase the recruitment, retention, leadership and success of native peoples at KU

Mathew Gillispie, Clinical Associate Professor of Speech-Language-Hearing. Matthew Gillispie

Clinical Associate Professor
Speech-Language-Hearing

Matthew Gillispie (Muscogee Creek) is a clinical associate professor and speech-language pathologist in the Department of SpeechLanguage-Hearing: Sciences & Disorders. He is interested in preschool and school-age children with speech, language, and literacy disorders. Dr. Gillispie is also interested in culturally responsive services, especially to children and families from Native American communities. He works with Little Nations Academic Center at Haskell Indian Nations University and Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation to promote early language and literacy development. Dr. Gillispie is also an affiliate faculty member of KU's Indigenous Studies Program.


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