Wilma Frank is Professor of Speech and Coordinator of the Speech Department at RCC. She has been a full-time faculty member since 1971. Before arriving at RCC, she worked as a speech therapist and in educational radio programming.
Among the courses Professor Frank teaches are Fundamentals of Speech, Small Group Communication, Cross-Cultural Communication Practicum, Conversation Module, and Cross-Cultural Communication Research, Theory and Practicum. Her primary interests are focused on speech pathology and audiology, intercultural communication, group dynamics and corporate communication.
- BA Speech Pathology and Audiology, Radio and Television, Brooklyn College
- MA Speech, Montclair State College
- SUNY Chancellors Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1989
- New York State English Council Award for Speaking and Listening
- New York Academy of Science, Honorary Award from Sigma Chi Eta
- Who's Who Among American Teachers
- Who's Who Among American Women
- National Communications Association
- New York State Speech Association
- Sigma Chi Eta, National Communications Association Honor Society
- What Did You Say? A Guide to American English, with Judith Siegelbaum; Burgess Publishing Co., Alpha editions, Minneapolis, MN, 1983
- “In the Beginning…,” Lead-off Faculty Lecture for RCC's 50th Anniversary, Rockland Community College, 2009
- Participated in numerous readers' theaters and colloquia, corporate training programs for Lederle Labs, Orange & Rockland, Rockland Psychiatric Center, pharmaceutical and other businesses and American Management Associates