Susan R Naidu, PhD, CCC-A portrait
  • CoH Placements Sub-Committee, Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • Assistant Chair, Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • Director, Au.D. Program, Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • Professor (Clinical), Communication Sciences & Disorders

Current Courses

Spring 2019

Fall 2018

Summer 2018

Practice History

  • Audiology Clinical Supervisor at U of U Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic training AuD graduate students in pediatric audiology, auditory processing disorders and aural re/habilitation therapy. 08/04/2004. 01/2013 - present .
  • Audiology Clinical Supervisor at U of U Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic training AuD graduate students in pediatric audiology, auditory processing disorders and aural re/habilitation therapy. 08/04/2004. 01/2012 - present .
  • Audiology Clinical Supervisor at U of U Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic training AuD graduate students in pediatric audiology, auditory processing disorders and aural re/habilitation therapy. 08/04/2004. 01/2011 - present .
  • Audiology Clinical Supervisor at U of U Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic training AuD graduate students in pediatric audiology, auditory processing disorders and aural re/habilitation therapy. 08/04/2004. 01/2010 - present .
  • Audiology Clinical Supervisor at U of U Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic training AuD graduate students in pediatric audiology, auditory processing disorders and aural re/habilitation therapy. 08/04/2004. 01/2009 - present .
  • Audiology Clinical Supervisor at U of U Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic training AuD graduate students in pediatric audiology, auditory processing disorders and aural re/habilitation therapy. 08/04/2004 - present .

Teaching Philosophy

My teaching philosophy is traditional in that it is lecture based with the support of audiovisual technology such as powerpoint slides, videos, etc.  My lectures are designed for students to learn audiology concepts and terminology  that they can then integrate and apply to the clinical experience.