Gary J. Rentschler, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BRS-FDClinic Director/Assistant Professor
Rangos School of Health Sciences
405 Fisher Hall
Education:Ph.D., Speech Pathology, SUNY at Buffalo, 1977
M.A., Speech Pathology, SUNY at Buffalo, 1973
B.A., Business Administration, Baldwin-Wallace College, 1969
Dr. Rentschler directs the University Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic on campus and serves as Program Director of the Stuttering Clinic. He is a Board-Recognized Specialist in Fluency Disorders and has served on the Fluency Recognition Board. He was recognized as "Speech Pathologist of the Year " and "Volunteer of the Year" by the National Stuttering Association. Dr. Rentschler is a member of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the National Stuttering Association and serves on the Professional Advisory Board for the national organization.
Dr. Rentschler mentors students working with children and adults who stutter; he also teaches the graduate course in fluency disorders. His clinical and research interests focus on the role of emotional and psycho-social issues in perpetuating stuttering.
SLP 570 Clinic Seminar: Ethics for SLPs
SLP 571 Clinic Seminar: Legal Issues for SLPs
SLP 517 Fluency Disorders
SLP 540W Clinic I
SLP 541W Clinic II
SLP 542 Clinic III