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UF Au.D. Students Present at Audiology Now National Conference

On April 14 several UF Au.D. students traveled to Phoenix AZ and presented their research projects at Audiology Now the national AAA conference.

Project Yucatan 2016 was a Huge Success!

Project Yucatan 2016 was a HUGE success! Thank you so much to everyone who helped us help others!  This year in just 5 days were were able to serve over […]

SAA Members Support NSSLHA’s Stride Against Silence 5K

The UF NSSLHA hosted their annual Stride Against Silence 5K on Saturday March 12, 2016.  UF SAA participated in the event in a small way through members walking/running the race and hosting […]

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UF Chapter of SAA

Welcome to the website for the University of Florida's chapter of the Student Academy of Audiology! We will be posting pictures and information about past and upcoming events, as well as Audiology@UF merchandise. Go Gators!

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