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Diane M Scott

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Professor, Communication Disorders Program
(919) 530-7693
(919) 530-7681
2085 H. M. Michaux, Jr. School of Education Building


EDSH 5710 Anatomy and Physiology
EDSH 5751 Introduction to Audiology
EDSH 5752 Aural Rehabilitation
EDSH 5798 Research Design
EDSH 5795 Special Topics: Capstone
EDSH 5795 Special Topics: Ethics in Communication Disorders

Research Interests

Diane M. Scott, Ph.D., CCC-A, ACUE, is a full professor in the Communication Disorders Program in the Department of Allied Professions. She has presented on the topics of ethics, pediatric audiology, genetics in communication disorders, and multicultural issues.


PhD Vanderbilt University 1986
MED University of Virginia 1980
BSED University of Virginia 1978
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