Cynthia Fangman Farrell, MNS, CCC-SLP
Assistant Clinical Professor
MNS, Arizona State University
BS, Kansas State University
Cynthia Fangman Farrell is an
Assistant Clinical Professor in the NAU Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic for Full-Time
graduate students who are seeking a master’s degree in Clinical Speech-Language
Pathology. She is a course instructor
for CSD 602: Clinical Practicum in
Speech-Language Pathology (Full-Time).
Cynthia serves on the CSD Clinical and Curriculum Committee. She is involved in clinical research with
focus areas of quality graduate student training and use of assistive
technology for supervision and therapy purposes. Cynthia’s background includes previous
experience in private practice, hospital settings, early intervention, school
districts and university teaching. She
is Neuro-Developmental Treatment Certified and has expertise in the areas of
pediatric swallowing and feeding.
Cynthia is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
and the Arizona Speech-Language-Hearing Association.