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logoThe faculty and staff of Western Michigan University's Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences are committed to educating the next generation of speech, language and hearing professionals through unique academic, research and clinical opportunities. Through this program, students enhance their knowledge and develop essential skills and competencies in evaluation, diagnosis, rehabilitation and prevention, as well as research, education and administration. Our graduates are maximally effective in providing clinical services to individuals of all ages with speech, language and hearing impairments.

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News and Announcements

2017 Van Riper Lectures

Social Communications and Pragmatics: A Developmental Perspective
Featuring speakers Dr. Carol Westby and Lee Robinson
October 12-13 | Learn more today

Graduate programs Open House and Visit Days

The department invites prospective graduate students to campus for tours and orientations. Three opportunities are scheduled for fall 2017.

  • Visit Days include a short tour and orientation for prospective graduate students.
    Friday, October 6 and Friday, December 15 from 1 to 3 p.m.
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  • Open House includes informational break-out sessions and tours for prospective graduate students.
    Friday, November 17 from noon to 3:30 p.m.
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Employment opportunities

Assistant/Associate Professor of Audiology
The Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences seeks candidates for assistant/associate Professor of Audiology. This is a tenure-track position. More information.

Seeking part-time instructors.