Josh SevierAssistant Professor of Practice
Au.D., Doctor of Audiology, Pacific University (Oregon), 2016
LLM, Master of Laws, Medical Law and Ethics, University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh, Scotland), 2020
A.S., American Sign Language, Nashville State Community College (Tennessee), 2013
B.S., Biology, Cumberland University (Tennessee), 2012
Josh Sevier, L.L.M., Au.D., CCC-A, is an audiologist and coordinator of the cochlear implant program at the University of Nebraska. He provides clinical services to patients and supervises clinical practice for students in the Clinical Doctorate in Audiology program. Josh also co-teaches introduction to audiology, serves as a guest lecturer at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and collaborates with numerous organizations to ensure individuals with hearing loss have accessibility to services.
Josh is a licensed audiologist in the state of Nebraska and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competency from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). He also conducts research in cochlear implants and works to develop and implement new methods of services via telepractice for patients living great distances from the cochlear implant center.
Josh serves as the vice president for advocacy of the Nebraska Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is also co-chair of the legislative affairs committee for the organization. In addition, he is the member of the American Academy of Audiology's government relations committee.
A native of Nashville, Tennessee, Josh earned his bachelor's degree in biology from the Cumberland University in Lebanon, TN in 2012. He received his associates degree in American Sign Language from Nashville State Community College in Nashville, TN in 2013, before completing his Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon, in 2016. In 2020, Josh completed his Master of Laws degree from the University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Areas of Expertise:
Tele-practice for cochlear implant clinical service delivery
Advocacy for hearing healthcare