Stephen BoneyAssociate Professor of Practice
Ph.D., Audiology & Hearing Sciences, Vanderbilt University, 1986
M.A., Audiology, Kent State University, 1975
B.A., Speech Pathology & Audiology, Kent State University, 1972
Since earning his doctorate in audiology and hearing sciences in 1986, Stephen Boney has been an audiology faculty member in the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders.
He teaches both graduate and undergraduate audiology courses, provides supervision in the clinic and serves as coordinator of the Clinical Doctorate in Audiology program. In addition, Steve directs student research, and his primary research interests are in the areas of amplification, aural rehabilitation and pediatric audiology.
Boney spent more than seven years as a master's clinician at the University of Arizona in the Hearing and Speech Sciences Department. There, he served as a clinical supervisor, coordinator of an educational audiology program, and tutor/supervisor on a federal grant to recruit and train Native Americans as speech-language pathologists and audiologists. He left Arizona in 1982 to pursue his doctoral degree at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.
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