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•     Bachelor of Science   
•     Master of Science   
•     Second Bachelor of Science   
•     Doctor of Audiology   
•     Doctor of Philosophy   
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•     Research   
•     Background Noise Lab   
•     Child Language Lab   
•     Evoked Potentials/ Multicultural Issues Lab   
•     Vestibular Research Lab   
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Chair: R. Moore
Professor Emeritus: B. Evans, D. Sellers
Professors: P. Dagenais, R. Talbott
Associate Professors: E. Adams, B. Beverly, J. Estis, S. Gordon-Hickey, R. Moore, I. Ramkissoon
Assistant Professors: T. Beverly, T. Davis, T. Holston
Senior Instructors: C. Byrd
Instructors: K. Hudson, C. Overschmidt, M. Taylor

Faculty

Robert E. Moore
Chair, Department of Speech Pathology & Audiology
Associate Professor of Audiology

BS, University of Tennessee, 1974
MS, University of Tennessee, 1975
PhD, University of Tennessee, 2000
(Audiological Rehabilitation, Psychoacoustics)

Dr. Moore's Bio
Dr. Moore's Website   

Elizabeth M. Adams
Associate Professor of Audiology
BS, Spring Hill College, 1999
PhD, University of South Alabama, 2004
(Amplification, Cochlear Implants, Vestibular Assessment)

Dr. Adams' Bio   Dr. Adams' Website   

Brenda L. Beverly
Associate Professor of Speech-Language Pathology
BS, Bloomsburg University, 1985
MS, Bloomsburg University, 1986
PhD, University of Tennessee, 1999
(Specific Language Impairment, Normal Language Acquisition)

Dr. Beverly's Bio
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Tonia M. Beverly
Assistant Professor of Audiology
BS, University of South Alabama, 1990
MS, University of South Alabama, 1991
AuD, University of Florida, 2001
(Audiologic Rehabilitation, Cochlear Implant Mapping and Re/Habilitation, Evoked Auditory Potentials, Electronystagmography)

Dr. Beverly's Bio

Carolyn W. Byrd
Senior Instructor of Speech-Language Pathology
Clinic Coordinator for Speech-Language Pathology
BS, Mississippi University for Women, 1976
MS, University of Southern Mississippi, 1982
(Language-Learning Disabilities, Auditory Processing, Phonology)

Ms. Byrd's Bio

Ms. Byrd's Website   

Paul A. Dagenais
Professor of Speech-Language Pathology
BS, University of Ottawa, 1976
MA, Northern Michigan University, 1983
PhD, University of Tennessee, 1987
(Speech Science, Articulation/Phonology, Neurogenics)

Dr. Dagenais' Bio
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Tara Davis
Assistant Professor of Audiology
BA, Louisiana State University,
MCD, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center,
PhD, University of Texas at Dallas (2009)

Dr. Davis' Bio

Julie M. Estis
Associate Professor of Speech-Language Pathology
Graduate Coordinator for Speech-Language Pathology

BS, University of South Alabama, 1999
MS, University of South Alabama, 2001
PhD, University of South Alabama, 2004
(Voice, Dysphagia, Child Language)

Dr. Estis' Bio

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Susan Gordon-Hickey
Associate Professor of Audiology
Graduate Coordinator for Audiology
BA, University of Florida, 1998
AuD, University of South Alabama, 2007
PhD, University of South Alabama, 2007
(Effect of Noise on Communication, Auditory Scene Analysis)

Dr. Gordon-Hickey's Bio

Grayson Hill
Clinical Instructor in Speech Pathology
BS, University of Montevallo, 1994
MS, University of Montevallo, 1996

Ms. Hill's Bio

Tim Holston
Assistant Professor of Audiology
Clinic Coordinator for Audiology

BS, University of Southern Mississippi, 1974
MS, University of Southern Mississippi, 1975
AuD, Arizona School of Health Sciences, 2003
(Central Auditory Processing, Digital & Programmable Aids, Auditory Evoked Potentials)

Kendra D. Hudson
Instructor of Speech-Language Pathology
BS, University of Montevallo, 1989
MS, University of Montevallo, 1990
(Child Language, Articulation, Phonology)

Ms. Hudson's Bio

Carrie Overschmidt
Instructor of Audiology
BS, University of South Alabama, 1999
MS, University of South Alabama, 2001
(Audiological Rehabilitation, Speech in Noise Testing, Auditory Evoked Potentials, Vestibular Testing)

Ms. Overschmidt's Bio

Ishara Ramkissoon
Associate Professor of Audiology
BSHT, University of Durban-Westville, 1989
MA, University of Illinois, 1994
PhD, University of Illinois, 2005
(Multicultural Issues, Aging, Evoked Potentials)

Dr. Ramkissoon's Bio
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Richard E. Talbott
Dean, Pat Capps Covey College of Allied Health Professions
Professor of Audiology
BS, West Virginia University, 1964
MS, West Virginia University, 1966
PhD, University of Oklahoma, 1973

Medea Taylor
Instructor of Speech-Language Pathology
B.S., University of South Alabama, 2001
M.S., University of South Alabama, 2003
(Dysphagia, Vital-Stim Certified, Tracheostomy and Vent communication and feeding, Pediatric feeding, Adult and Pediatric Language, Articulation, Phonology, Voice Disorders)

Ms. Taylor's Bio    

Staff

Byna Stiehr
Secretary V

Office: HAHN 1104
Phone: 251-445-9360
Fax: 251-445-9376

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