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Listen up!

August 22, 2013
Posted In: ASHS, Events, University Headlines

The Audiology Department is seeking adult and child volunteers for basic hearing tests. Needed are three adults with normal or near-normal hearing for each of the following days:

08/30/2013

09/13/2013

09/27/2013

10/11/2013

Also needed are child volunteers with normal or near-normal hearing, each hour the following day/time:

10/16/2013 – 2:50-4:00 p.m. (three volunteers needed)

10/16/2013 – 3:50-5:00 p.m. (three volunteers needed)

Each session will last approximately two hours; children sessions will last approximately one hour. Basic hearing tests will be conducted. Please arrive 10 minutes early and report to Yucca (located on 1st floor of the main building, end of hallway right side). You will meet with Dr. Rigo or Dr. Mehta (pediatric). If you have any questions please contact Teri Rorie or sign-up for a test.

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