Special Education & Communication Disorders Faculty & Staff
Dr. Julie Delkamiller
- Associate Professor
- Special Education & Communication Disorders, Education
- RH 512
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Julie Delkamiller is currently an associate professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha training individuals to be teachers of the deaf/hard of hearing and/or sign language interpreters. She holds a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership, a master’s degree in Learning Disabilities and a bachelor’s degree in Deaf Education/Social Sciences. In addition, Dr. Delkamiller holds national certification in sign language interpreting through the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. Prior to joining UNO faculty, she was a high school social studies teacher at the Iowa School for the Deaf where she was also the mock trial coach as well as the sponsor for several other extra-curricular organizations.
Julie has always had a desire to work with individuals on the margins of society and strongly believes that education is the foundational necessity in which to impact change. Being involved in preparing the next generation of teachers is a passion of hers both in the United States and in Nicaragua. The importance of educating the “whole person” permeates every area of Julie’s personal and professional life.
American Sign Language
History, Psychology, Sociology of Deafness
Teaching Subject Content to Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Teaching Language to Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Sign Language Interpreting
Cognitive Processing in ASL and English
Interactions between Parents and Professionals
Research and Creative Interests
Innovative Teaching Methods for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students
Idioma de Señas de Nicaragua
Deaf Education in Nicaragua
Social/Emotional Development for Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Leon, Nicaragua School for the Deaf
Association of College Educators for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Nebraska Commission for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing Best Practices Sub-Committee and Social/Emotional Sub-Committee
Nebraska Legislative Resolution 517 Steering Committee.
Reviewer for Global Education Review
COE Academic Standards & Policy
Co-Advisor Allies for Sign Language student group
COE Reappointment, Promotion & Tenure
EDD - Educational Leadership - Deaf Education and Sign Language
University of Nebraska-Omaha (Omaha, NE) 2009
MS - Resource Teaching and Learning Disabilities
University of Nebraska-Omaha (Omaha, NE) 2000
BS - PK-12 Deaf Education - 7-12 Social Sciences
University of Nebraska-Omaha (Omaha, NE) 1993
Influential Faculty Member (Teaching) 2010
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