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Catherine Clark

Audiology Faculty

Communication Studies and Services
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

585-475-6354
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Catherine Clark

Audiology Faculty

Communication Studies and Services
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

Education

BA, Bradley University; MS, University of Louisville; AuD, Salus University

585-475-6354

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Areas of Expertise

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Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation
Brown, Paula, et al. "A Model of Sustainability: Empowering A Deaf Community in Ethiopia." Proceedings of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association 2018. Ed. Paula Brown, et al. Boston, MA: n.p..
Journal Paper
Gottermeier, Linda, Carol DeFilippo, and Catherine Clark. "Trials of a Contralateral Hearing Aid After Long-Term Unilateral Cochlear Implant Use in Early-Onset Deafness." American Journal of Audiology. (2016): 1-15. Print.
Uninvited Presentations
Clark, Catherine and Carol De Filippo. "Cochlear Implant Training with Fading Visual Cues for Prelingually Deaf Adults." Audiology NOW. American Academy of Audiology Conference. San Antonio, TX. 25 Mar. 2015. Poster Session.
Clark, Catherine, et al. "Cultural Sensitivity & Sustainability: Challenges With a Service Learning Experience With Deaf Children in Ethiopia." American Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention. ASHA. Denver, CO. 14 Nov. 2015. Poster Session.
Internal Reports/Manuscripts/Articles
DeFilippo, Carol and Catherine C Clark. "Promoting Auditory Skill Development for Prelingually Deaf Adults through Intensive Training with Reduced Visual Speech Cues" [Capita Foundation]. St. Pete Beach, FL: Seventh International Adult Aural Rehabilitation Conference, 20 May 2013. Print.
Invited Keynote/Presentation
Clark, Catherine. "College Experiences: Education, Technology & Friendship." Northeast Cochlear Implant Convention. Boston Children's Hospital. Sturbridge Conference Center, Sturbridge, MA. 9 Jul. 2011. Conference Presentation.

Currently Teaching

NCOM-201
3 Credits
This course examines the role of communication as it relates to establishing, maintaining, and ending relationships. Topics include: relationship development; self-concept; perceptions and first impressions; stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination; conflict resolution; active and passive listening; personal and social values; self-disclosure; gender-related communication; intercultural competence; and social networking.