Dr. Robin Zeller is an associate professor in the Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology. She received her BA in Communications Arts and Sciences from Queens College, MA in Audiology and Ph.D. in Speech and Hearing Sciences from the Graduate Center of CUNY. Dr. Zeller also holds a professional diploma in education supervision administration from Fordham University. She is presently the program's director of research and supervises ongoing graduate research projects. Her major teaching responsibilities are research, diagnostics, and SLP in the schools. Dr. Zeller maintains dual certification in both Speech Pathology and Audiology and has more than 20 years of experience in private practice as well as schools for the hearing-impaired. She holds ASHA certification and New York State licensure, and certification as a Teacher of Speech & Hearing Handicapped (TSSH). Her major areas of research interest include aging, aural rehabilitation, central auditory processing, language development and factors impacting second-language acquisition. Dr. Zeller has presented at ASHA and NYSSLHA. She is a member of ASHA, LISLHA, AAA, and ADA.