Matthew Phillips

Student Employee


Matthew Phillips is a student at the University of Connecticut pursuing a double major in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences and Psychology with a minor in Cognitive Science. Matt is interested in pursuing a Master’s degree and Ph.D. in speech and language sciences so he can conduct research on some of the many unanswered questions within the field, especially surrounding stuttering. Matt works as an undergraduate research assistant in the Language and Brain Lab under the direction of Dr. Emily Myers.

Matt is also passionate about advocacy and is involved with the National Stuttering Association where he currently serves as Teen Program Coordinator. In this role, he plans teen outreach, engagement, and advocacy projects nationwide. Matt is also interested in d/Deaf culture and is excited to work at UConn Interpreting Services and hopes to make UConn more accessible to all students.

Contact Information
Emailmatthew.phillips@uconn.edu
Phone860-486-8481
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Office LocationCenter for Students with Disabilities, Wilbur Cross Building 204
CampusStorrs