Helping people communicate.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like not to be able to communicate your thoughts, feelings, or ideas?
Communication is something many of us take for granted, but for the millions of individuals who have difficulty hearing, or those who have trouble speaking because they stutter or they have had a stroke, communication is not so simple.
The University of Memphis School of Communication Sciences and Disorders is nationally recognized for its academic, research, and clinical education programs for educating future audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech, language, or hearing scientists interested in helping individuals with such communication disorders.
The School offers a graduate-only curriculum leading to the AuD degree with a major in Audiology, the MA degree with a major in Speech-Language Pathology and the PhD degree with a major in Communication Sciences and Disorders with concentrations in Hearing Sciences and Disorders or Speech-Language Sciences and Disorders. The School has been consistently ranked among the best graduate programs by U.S. News and World Report every year since 1998.
We recently filmed a video tour of our School and associated clinic!
Assistant Professor, Communication Sciences & Disorders/Institute for Intelligent
All qualified candidates with empirical research related to communication and/or the identification and treatment of communication disorders will be considered, but the ideal candidate will be qualified to conduct research and train students in neurosciences.
Assistant or Associate Professor, Speech-Language Pathology
We are particularly interested in candidates with expertise in developmental language or speech sciences involving applications to pediatric populations with complex communication and/or medical needs. Candidates with interests in related areas, e.g., phonology, neurological bases, multiculturalism, autism, and literacy will be especially competitive, and we also seek new modes and technologies of research and PhD student training.
Assistant or Associate Professor, Audiology
We are excited to welcome motivated, team-oriented candidates with a variety of interests and expertise in the hearing sciences that will compliment and expand our existing programmatic strengths. Our School is growing across multiple areas, including increased interprofessional training opportunities, development of innovative and engaging courses, and increased community engagement through scholarly partnerships and outreach.
The University of Memphis School of Communication Sciences and Disorders is actively recruiting new PhD Students!
Take a peek inside the Community Health Building and our anechoic chamber in an interactive tour of campus.