Ted Tweed, M.A.
Emeritus Clinical Professor
BA (Business Administration) Luther College, Decorah, IA , 1955
MA (Speech Pathology & Audiology) University of Iowa , 1960
Doctoral Student (Audiology) University of Iowa, 1962-1965
1960 – 1968: Chief Audiologist, Department of Otolaryngology, Univ. Hosp., Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
1968 – 1992: Director of Hearing Clinic, Department of Communitive Disorders, UW Madison
1992 – present: Emeritus, Dept. of Com. Sci & Disorders
1992 – present: Sr. Clinical Audiologist, Dept. of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences, UW Madison
Following retirement from the department in 1992, Tweed spent a year teaching Introduction to Audiology to undergraduates and to speech/language graduate students. At the same time he was hired as a consultant in audiology by the Episense Research Program, Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences (Beaver Dam Studies) where he continues to the present, although at a reduced involvement now that he is a bona fide octogenarian. He also enjoys woodworking, plays in three musical groups, is active in a local service organization, former runner who now walks every day, travels with wife Jan and likes to brag about all seven grandchildren.