Harvey M. Sussman, Ph.D., holds a joint appointment in the Departments of Communication Sciences and Disorders and Linguistics. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of speech production, speech perception, language and the brain, and neurolinguistics. Dr. Sussman's publications span such topics as speech motor control, coarticulatory dynamics, hemispheric specialization, stuttering, developmental apraxia, aphasia, and most recently, neuronal modeling of phonological language acquisition. He has received the Editors' Award from the Journal of Speech & Hearing Research. Dr. Sussman twice received Teaching Excellence awards from the College of Liberal Arts, and was a recent recipient of the College of Communication Research Award. Dr. Sussman serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of the journal Brain and Language. In the Fall of 1988, Dr. Sussman was named to the R.P. Doherty Centennial Professorship in Communication.