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Dr. Amanda Labue received a Bachelor of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology from Louisiana Tech University in 2001 and a Doctor of Audiology from the University of Texas at Dallas in 2005. After graduation, she worked as an Audiologist at the Callier Center for Communication Disorders in Dallas where she served as coordinator of the Assistive Devices Center and was a faculty associate in the audiology clinic. In 2014, she joined the University of North Texas in the Speech and Hearing Services department as a Lecturer and Clinical Supervisor. In addition to classroom instruction and instruction during clinical rotations of doctoral-level students, she also coordinates off-site clinical rotations for advanced students as the Audiology Practicum Coordinator. While holding this position she facilitates on- and off-site audiology clinical rotations for all 1st through 3rd-year doctoral students within our program while continually seeking to secure and maintain exceptional sites to ensure our students are well rounded, prepared, and highly sought after for 4th-year externship positions. Dr. Labue is also the Faculty Advisor for the Student Academy of Audiology (SAA), a student organization for undergraduate and graduate audiology students enrolled at UNT.
Her audiological interests include assessment, hearing aids, and aural rehabilitation for both adult and pediatric populations.
More information about Dr. Labue can be found in the Faculty Information System.