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CSD celebrates Doctor of Audiology graduates

Doctor of Audiology Class of 2022

The Doctor of Audiology class of 2022 was celebrated by the department last week.

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders honored its Doctor of Audiology graduates at the Audiology Program Graduation Celebration for the Class of 2022. Suzanne Younker, AuD, who is currently serving on the Board of the Florida Academy of Audiology as past president, served as the keynote speaker. Eleven students graduated from the program this semester.

Congratulations to the following graduates: Abigail Biberdorf, Jenna Dworak, Kailey Introcaso, Ashley Massung, Ashley Moore, Mackenzie Morris, Taylor Nye, Melissa Schenley, Alexis Schultz, John Sheets, and Kendra Stebbins.

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