Kimberly Frances Frazier

Kimberly Frances Frazier

Associate Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders


(RHRC)-Rehab, Human Resources, & Comm.Disorders

Phone: 479-575-4916

Download vcard


Kimberly Frazier, an associate professor and program coordinator for the Communication Disorders Program, joined the faculty at the University of Arkansas in the fall of 2007.  Prior to this, Kimberly was an assistant professor at LA Tech University in Ruston, LA. Kimberly has over 25 years of experience working in public schools, public health and private practice settings addressing the needs of children and adolescents with communication disorders. Kimberly resides in Fayetteville with her two pups Kayle and Samantha.

Social/Pragmatic Language Disorders

Critical Thinking

Speech Sound Disorders in Children


Speech Sound Disorders in Children

Social/Pragmatic Language Disorders

Critical Thinking

PhD, University of South Carolina, 2004.

MS, University of Arkansas, 1990.

BSE, University of Arkansas, 1989.

Baker, K.F. (2012). Longitudinal Modeling of Autism Performance with Large Scale Data Systems: The Next Gerneration of Autism Research: Journal of Educational Research an Policy Studies.

Baker, K.F. (2012). Autism spectrum disorder: Improving educational outcomes in mathematics. International Journal of Arts and Sciences.

Baker, K.F., Higgins K.K., Koch, L.C. & Greene A. (2012). Educational, psychosocial, communication, and career development of individuals on the autism spectrum: A needs analysis. Rehabilitation Counselors and Educators Journal.

Baker, K.F. (2011). Active learning: Relevancy matters. Perspective on Issues in Higher Education, 14(2).

Baker, K.F., Montgomery, & A.A., Abramson, R. (2010). Brief Report: Perception and lateralization of spoken emotion by youths with high-functioning forms of autism.  Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 40, 123-129.

Baker, K.F. (2010). Asperger's disorder and bipolar disorder in children.

Goering C.Z. & Baker, K.F. (2010). 'Like the whole class has reading problems': A study of tenth-graders participation in dramatic oral reading activities in an intervention setting. American Secondary Education.

Hagstrom, F., Baker, K.F. & Agan, J.P. (2009). Undergraduate research: A cognitive appreticeship model. Perspective of Issues in Higher Education, 12, 45-52.

Hagstrom, F., McGehee, M., Aslin, L., & Baker, K.F. (2008). Collaborative teaching and learning. Perspective on Issues in Higher Education, 11, 12-16.

1998-2002 Speech-Language Pathologist Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, Charlotte, NC.

1996-1998 Speech-Language Pathologist Private Practice, Little Rock, AR.

1993-1996 Speech Pathology Supervisor/Early Intervention Coordinator Arkansas Department of Health, Little Rock, AR.

1990-1993 Speech-Language Pathologist Fort Smith Public Schools, Fort Smith, AR.

2017 Department of Human Resources, Rehabilitation, & Communication Disorders Outstanding All-Around Faculty

2017 Office of Nationally Competitive Awards Outstanding Mentor

2016 College of Education & Health Professions Outstanding Mentoring and Advising

2015 Honors College Distinguished Faculty Award

2015 College of Education & Health Professions Innovative Teaching Award

2012-2013 University of Arkansas Order of Omega Outstanding Faculty Member

2011 Office of Nationally Competitive Awards Outstanding Mentor

2009 University of Arkansas Office of Post-Graduate Fellowships Outstanding Mentor

2008 New Faculty Commendation For Teaching Commitment