Clinical faculty members and clinical educators provide a meaningful contribution to the ongoing clinical education of the School’s students. They are deeply valued members of the School of Audiology and Speech Sciences.
Clinical educators are trained clinicians with Master’s degrees, who are involved in the clinical training of SASS students. While these clinicians do not hold an appointment with the University, they are an integral part of the School’s clinical training program. Clinicians are encouraged to apply to become clinical faculty members (see below) in order to access the benefits available. For more information, click here.
Clinical faculty members (most up-to-date listing) hold a non-tenure track appointment at the University, and are involved in the clinical instruction of students in community settings. In most instances, these individuals are employed by agencies or institutions other than the University. Some clinical faculty members are also engaged in research and classroom instruction. Clinical faculty members may access University benefits, which are made available in recognition of the significant contribution they make to the School, Faculty of Medicine, and community.
Clinical Faculty Awards
Click here for more information on the Elizabeth MacLeod Award for Excellence in Clinical Education (Speech-Language Pathology), and the Noelle Lamb Award for Excellence in Clinical Education (Audiology).