“The building’s unique design and common spaces will provide our world-class faculty unprecedented opportunities for interdisciplinary research and collaboration.”
—Dr. Beth Foley
Dr. Leisha Eiten came to USU to speak to students and professionals in pediatric audiology about how FM (frequency modulation) systems can help children who have hearing loss to hear more clearly in classroom settings.
NCHAM is offering an online FM Verification workshop. You can participate in this workshop at no charge and receive .3 CEUs.
The Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) Deaf Education Graduate Training Program at USU was recently awarded $92,692 from the Utah State Office of Education (USOE).
Utah State University has been awarded a grant to make pediatric audiology services more accessible for families.
LEND (Leadership Education in Neuro-developmental and Related Disabilities) is a program that provides graduate-level education and clinical training funded through the Maternal Child Health Bureau.
The Daniels Fund recently awarded a grant to USU to measure the impact and cost-effectiveness of using 2-way video conferencing to provide early educational services to children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
We all dream of making a difference. With today's early identification of hearing loss and advanced technology, it is possible more now than ever, to help make a difference in the life of a child.
Because there is a shortage of highly qualified professionals working with children with hearing loss, Utah State University has developed the Listening and Spoken Language graduate training program. This unique, interdisciplinary program helps train professionals in speech-language pathology, audiology, and deaf education to work together to serve deaf/hard-of-hearing children.
This program has been designed to reduce the critical shortage of personnel trained to work in early intervention with children who are deaf and hard of hearing living in high-need areas. It is supported by a grant from the United States Department of Education: Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS: CFDA84.325K).