Kari McManus received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees here at the University of Mississippi. She is now back at home serving as a speech-language pathologist and clinical instructor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders department. Kari is the Hearing Impaired Language and Literacy (HILL) program coordinator and an instructor for CSD 498 clinical practicum. Her […]
Anne Williams, Au.D., received her clinical doctorate from the University of Florida in 2004 and serves as a clinical audiologist and instructor in audiology in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Her clinical interests include pediatric and adult diagnostic testing, amplification, and assistive technologies.
Dr. Haley Messersmith received her doctor of audiology degree from Auburn University and serves as a clinical audiologist and instructor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders department. She is the instructor for CSD 351 and her clinical specialties and interests include pediatric and adult diagnostics, hearing aids, and assistive technology.
Rebecca Lowe, Au.D. CCC-A, is a clinical associate professor and co-director of the University of Mississippi Speech and Hearing Center. Her clinical and research interests include: educational audiology, aural (re)habilitation, and telehealth.
Christy L. Coker received her Master of Communication Disorders from Louisiana State University Health, School of Allied Health Professions and serves as a Speech Language Pathologist, clinical instructor, and undergraduate instructor for CSD 211 in the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Her clinical specialties and interests include pediatric diagnostics, speech sound disorders, and is […]
Ronda Bryan, EdD, is an adjunct instructor of American Sign Language and faculty advisor for the University of Mississippi’s student sign language organization, Handband. Her research interests include: post-secondary experiences of students who are deaf and hard of hearing and evidence based best practices in American Sign Language teaching methodology.