Nicole Sebastian, MS, CCC-SLP

Assistant Professor

Biography

Nicole Sebastian joined the University of Mary in 2020 as an assistant professor and clinical educator in the speech-language pathology program. She assisted as an adjunct professor in 2018 and 2019 by teaching CSD Voice Disorders and Clinical Supervision. Nicole’s professional interests include voice disorders, cleft palate, dysphagia, and teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in Anatomy and Physiology. She serves on the Social Committee for Health and Science and is the advisor for NSHLA. Nicole also works at Hetland ENT, where she provides a wide variety of voice, resonance, dysphagia, speech, cognitive-linguistic adult and pediatric evaluations and treatments. She has certifications and received higher-level training in Speaking Out, LSVT, FEES Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing, Videostroboscopy, PROMPT, PECS, Laryngectomee, MBS Modified Barium Swallowing assessments, and pediatric feeding.   

Education

Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders – Minot State University, Minot ND (1995 and 1993)

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor – Speech-Language Pathology, University of Mary (2020-Present)

Adjunct Professor – Speech-Language Pathology, University of Mary (2018-2020)

Speech-Language Pathologist – Hetland ENT, (2018-Present)

Speech-Language Pathologist – Infinity Rehabilitation and Aegis Rehabilitation (2017-September 2020)

Speech-Language Pathologist– CHI ST. Alexius Medical Center, (1995-2017)