Elaine Mormer is associate professor and vice chair for Clinical Education, as well as the coordinator for Audiology Clinical Education in the Department of Communication Science & Disorders. She teaches undergraduate and graduate students in the classroom and serves as a clinical educator for AuD students. Mormer has published and presented continuing education programs at national and international conferences on evidence based clinical education. She was a 2019 co-recipient of the Provost’s Innovation in Education Award and earned the 2020 American Academy of Audiology Outstanding Educator Award. Her areas of interest include identification and management of hearing loss in older adults. She is a co-investigator on the PCORI funded HearCARE (Hearing for Communication and Resident Engagement) research project. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Council for Academic Programs in Communication Science and Disorders (CAPCSD) as Vice President for Clinical Education Resource Development.
Department of Communication Science and Disorders