Schwartz Inducted into UCF Scroll & Quill Society
Jamie Schwartz, associate professor of communication sciences and disorders, is the newest scholar from the College of Health and Public Affairs to be inducted into the UCF Scroll & Quill Society.
The Scroll & Quill Society honors faculty members who have distinguished themselves through “sustained and outstanding achievements in research and/or creative activities” and who have brought “positive national and/or international attention to the institution through these activities.”
Schwartz is one of 17 scholars welcomed into the society this year and recognized at the Scroll & Quill Induction Ceremony April 13 at the Burnett Honors College. Profiles of each new inductee are available in the 2017 Scroll & Quill Directory.
Schwartz is an expert in employing meta-analytic procedures to determine the effectiveness of clinical treatment protocols in speech-language pathology, education and related disciplines. She has published in top-tier journals and the Campbell Collaboration Library (Education Group). Her work has been featured in The Harvard Educational Exchange. She also was invited to testify at a U.S. Congressional Briefing based on her work in the area of parent involvement and education.
Last year four other scholars from the college were inducted into the newly streamlined Scroll & Quill Society: Eugene Paoline, Bari Hoffman Ruddy, Jennifer Kent-Walsh and Martine Vanryckeghem. (Learn more)
Kent-Walsh served as MC for the 2017 induction ceremony.
Also see the complete list of UCF Scroll & Quill members.