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June 1, 2017
 
Tagged: Ruth S. Ammon School of Education, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Long Island Doctor of Audiology Consortium

Special Olympics Healthy Hearing Event

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Students and faculty from the Long Island Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) program participated in hearing screenings of Special Olympics athletes at the Special Olympics Healthy Hearing Athletes Metro Event held at Queens College on May 21, 2017.

Yula Serpanos, Ph.D., served as Clinic Director. Janet Schoepflin, Ph.D., Supervisor, and 11 Au.D. students participated in the event:

Participating Au.D. students: Rebecca Mancini, Jaclyn Castoro, Sarah E. Reyes, Vasilia Meskouris, Rachel Miller, Olivia Bender, Nicole Trupo, Kayla Rizzi, Lindsay Beckler, Emily Norton, Colleen O’Brien

View event SLIDESHOW below

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Tagged: Ruth S. Ammon School of Education, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Long Island Doctor of Audiology Consortium