Rebecca Kingman joins RIT/NTID

Rebecca Kingman with glasses, long hair, blue shirt and gold cross necklace

Rebecca Kingman of Hamilton, New Jersey, has joined the staff at Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf as an audiologist in the Communication Studies and Services Department.

Kingman has a long history of working in the audiology field. She has worked as a graduate clinician at Gallaudet University’s Hearing and Speech Center, then interned at The Listening Center at John Hopkins Hospital and with Michael Mass and Associates and Professional Hearing Services before joining RIT/NTID as an extern in 2014. She currently is serving on the Vision Support Committee and is helping run the Eye and Ear, Nose and Throat Clinics on campus.

She earned her bachelor’s degree in speech and hearing from Elmira College in 2011. In 2013 she earned her master’s degree in hearing, speech and language sciences from Gallaudet University. Kingman received her Au.D. in audiology in 2015 from Gallaudet University. She currently is working on her Ph.D. in hearing, speech, and language sciences, which she expects in 2017.