New England’s premier program for impactful research and education in speech, language, and hearing sciences as well as clinical practice in audiology and speech-language pathology.

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Undergraduate Program

Our undergraduate major readies students for a wide range of careers and graduate study.
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Research

Housed within a nationally-ranked R1 university, our department is the home for cutting-edge research in our fields.
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Our graduate programs emphasize hands-on learning in clinical and research settings.

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Speech and Hearing Clinic

The UConn Speech and Hearing Clinic delivers compassionate, state-of-the-art, evidence-based clinical care in speech-language pathology and audiology. Based at the Storrs campus, we serve clients from UConn and surrounding communities.

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News

  • Dr. Lindsay Butler Receives Pre-K Award
    Congratulations to Dr. Lindsay Butler for receiving the Pre-K Junior Faculty Career Development Award. The Pre-K junior faculty career development award is sponsored by UConn Health’s Cato T. Laurencin Institute for Regenerative Engineering. It is a 2-year interactive program to equip junior faculty to become leaders in clinical and translational science. Dr. Butler’s award will […]
    Posted on June 18, 2024
  • Congratulations to Nicole Gallagher and Kacie Wittke!
    Congratulations to Kacie Wittke (left) and Nicole Gallagher (right) for their promotions to Associate Clinical Professor and Full Clinical Professor, respectively. Very well earned! You make us proud! (trophies courtesy of Dr. Emily Myers)
    Posted on May 23, 2024
  • Alumni Spotlight: Elizabeth Eagan, PhD, CCC-SLP
    Elizabeth Eagan is an SLHS BA, MA, and PhD alumna whose interest in the field of speech-language pathology stemmed from early exposure to her aunt’s work as an SLP, where she assisted in programming AAC devices for her aunt’s students whenever a child’s voice was needed. She also loved going to work with her mom, […]
    Posted on May 13, 2024