Prof. Kenneth O. St. Louis
West Virginia University (U.S.A.)
KENNETH O. ST.LOUIS , a mostly recovered stutterer, is a professor of speech-language pathology at West Virginia University (WVU). St. Louis has taught and treated fluency disorders for 45 years. His research has culminated in more than 180 publications and 375 presentations. He is an ASHA Fellow and was awarded the Deso Weiss Award for Excellence in Cluttering, WVU’s Benedum Distinguished Scholar Award, and WVU’s Heebink Award for Outstanding Service. He founded the International Project of Attitudes Toward Human Attributes and collaborates with numerous colleagues internationally on measuring public attitudes toward stutter-ing. He has also presented and published widely on cluttering and stories of stuttering.