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Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences

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2800 University Blvd N
Jacksonville, FL 32211

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Dr. Robin Edge

Robin Edge, PhD, CCC-SLP

Professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders

Email address  redge@ju.edu
Telephone number  (904) 256-8915
Resume or CV  CV
Office location  HSC 2109
Office hours  By appointment.

Areas of Specialization

Stuttering, quality of life, and treatment outcomes

Education

  • Ph.D., Communication Sciences and Disorders, The University of Georgia
  • M.Ed., Communication Sciences and Disorders, Valdosta State University
  • B.S., Communication Sciences and Disorders, The University of Georgia

Professional Information

Dr. Robin Edge is a Tenured Professor of Speech-Language Pathology at Jacksonville University where she teaches fluency disorders, healthcare ethics, and professional issues at the graduate level as well as international rehabilitation policy for graduate and undergraduate students. Dr. Edge completed her BSEd and PhD at the University of Georgia and her MEd at Valdosta State University, all in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Her research interests include ethics education, the scholarship of teaching and learning in CSD, fluency disorders, and quality of life throughout communication sciences and disorders. She has over 20 peer reviewed publications and 40 national and international presentations. She is the Director of the Undergraduate Scholars Program as well at the Director of the Pathways to Speech-Language Pathology Prerequisite Program.  She has led JU Study Abroad health care programs to Ireland and Italy and co-leads the International Freshman Experience with Dr. Tiffany Leach. Dr. Edge has interests in business practice and management as she owned and operated a private practice for over a decade before joining academia full-time. In addition to multiple University level service commitments, she has volunteered at the state and national speech-language pathology levels and currently serves as the Florida ASHA Committee of Ambassadors representative.  In this role, she lobbies with national legislators on issues important to Florida Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists.