Martha Mundy, AuD

Martha MundyAssociate Professor
Phone: (919) 966-9457
Fax: (919) 966-0100


  • AuD, University of Florida, 2000
  • MS, Vanderbilt University, 1974

Personal Statement

Dr. Mundy joined the faculty of the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences in 1994 after working on the Carolina Otitis Media Project for four years at The Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center (FPG). She continues to see children and their families clinically as well as consulting with school districts about services and hearing technologies for school-age children with hearing impairment. She is the Coordinator of Au.D. Studies, overseeing the academic component of the audiology program.

Courses Taught

  • SPHS 710 Audiological Evaluation (fall)
  • SPHS 726 03W Clinical Issues and Experiences in Audiology(Summer)
  • SPHS 812 Pediatric Amplification and Assistive Listening Devices
  • SPHS 819 Educational Audiology (spring)
  • SPHS 871 Teaching and Supervision (fall)


  • Pediatric and Educational Audiology
  • Clinical Graduate Education and Assessment

Recent Publications/Presentations

Mundy, M. (2008) Trying to Do the Right Thing: A Year of FM Verification American Academy of Audiology. Charlotte, NC

Mundy, M. (2007) Verification and Validation of FM Fitting in Children. North Carolina Speech-Language Hearing Association. High Point, NC

Mundy, M.R. (2006) Stress Management Within Audiology Supervision Seminars in Hearing, 27 (2), 98-106.

Mundy, M. (2006) Educational Audiology in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities, Third Biennial Pediatric Audiology Symposium, Chapel Hill, NC

Mundy, M. (2006) Conversational Moments with Educators: Correcting Misconceptions. Introductory Session, A. G. Bell Association for the Deaf. Pittsburgh, PA
Mundy, M. and Weisleder, D.W. (2006) Assessing Student Competence Via Clinical Comprehensive Exam. Learning Module, American Academy of Audiology, Minneapolis, MN

Mundy, M. and Roush, J.R. (2005). From M.S. to Au.D.: New Challenges and New Opportunities. Poster, Audiology Education Summit: A Collaborative Approach sponsored by ASHA, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Mundy, M.R. (2001). The Chapel Hill-Carrboro (NC) Schools: Hearing and Middle Ear Screening for Preschool and School-Age Children. In Roush JR Screening for Hearing Loss and Otitis Media in Children. Canada: Singular, 158-174.