University of Wisconsin–Madison

Presentations and Training for Professionals and the Public

The UW Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders clinical and academic faculty are frequently invited to give presentations locally as well as throughout the state and nation. Our team of clinician experts present on topics ranging from hearing health care to language disorders. Presentation venues include service clubs (e.g. Rotary, Lions, and Kiwanis), senior centers, retirement communities, public libraries, schools, musician groups, and conferences.

Wednesday Nite at the Lab

Horsepower and Hearing: Taking on Rural Noise
Melanie Buhr-Lawler, Au.D., CCC-A

An Au.D. student presents information on hearing and hearing loss to members of a local retirement community.
An Au.D. student presents information on hearing and hearing loss to members of a local retirement community.
Protecting your hearing presentation given at the Wisconsin State Music Convention.
Protecting your hearing presentation given at the Wisconsin State Music Convention.
An SLP clinical faculty member provides training for staff on language differences vs. disorders at CESA 6.
An SLP clinical faculty member provides training for staff on language differences vs. disorders at CESA 6.