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In our most recent faculty survey, respondents were eager to continue working in an international capacity and excited by potential opportunities and interests on the global front. A few collaborative interests include:

  • Cultural and/or linguistic adaptations of intervention programs
  • Neuro rehab and diagnostic implications across languages and cultures
  • Behavioral and electrophysiological measures of auditory function
  • Continued learning experiences in Guatemala, Malawi and other locations
  • Augmentative and alternative communication field
  • Athletics, track and field and sports science

If you’re interested in and open to collaborative international partnerships, we’d like to learn more about your goals and practice areas. Contact the Global Partnerships Committee for more information.