Geneva College

 

 

Susan Layton

susie-layton.jpgOffice Phone: 724-847-6684
sllayton@geneva.edu

Disciplines/Field of Instruction

  • Speech-Language Pathologist
  • Chair, Department of Communication
  • Assistant Professor, Communication Disorders

Degrees Received

  • M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology – 1989 – Illinois State University
  • B.A. in Speech-Language Pathology – 1988 – Geneva College
  • 3 yr. Diploma in International Ministries – 1986 – Moody Bible Institute

Courses Taught

  • CDS 230 - Introduction to Phonetics
  • CDS 340, 370 - Neurogenic Communication Disorders
  • CDS 340 - Voice and Fluency Disorders
  • CDS 450 - Clinical Practicum
  • COM 101 - Principles of Communication

Affiliations, e.g., membership in professional organizations, etc.

  • Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association
  • Licensure from the Bureau of Professional Affairs – Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
  • Member of Advisory Board - Progressive Home Health

Miscellaneous, e.g., hobbies, sports, personal info, etc.

  • Also own Layton Crate & Basket; a gift basket company
  • Married to David Layton, Associate Vice President of Enrollment at Geneva College

 

Point of Excellence

Geneva was named a Christian College of Distinction, affirming the school’s dedication to high quality academics founded on the inerrant truth of God’s word.

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Upcoming Events
COMMUNITY
Red Cross presents Geneva the College of the Year Award
The campus community was honored for its support of the Red Cross Blood Program.
ATHLETICS
Super Fans bring back GT Victory Bell ring
The tradition was restored in honor of the volleyball win against Chatham.
ACADEMICS
Geneva leaps ahead in U.S. News 2015 Best College rankings
This year, Geneva climbs even higher in the Best Value, Best Regional College and Best Engineering lists.
STUDENT LIFE
Alexander Dining Hall completed
After a summer of renovation, the changes to Alexander Dining Hall are finished.
CAMPUSWIDE EVENTS
Academic Convocation officially opened the fall semester
First-year students were welcomed and faculty achievements were honored during the traditional ceremony.