Name: Meg Hebb
SAA Position: SAA Programs Subcommittee Chair
University: Rush University
Year in Program: Second Year
Hometown: Grayslake, IL
Clinical/research interest: Vestibular diagnostics
1. What is the most exciting thing you have learned so far in your AuD?
My first quarter at Rush included a cadaver lab. It was a really unique learning experience and we had the opportunity to harvest middle ear ossicles from temporal bones. It was something I'll never forget!
2. What are your goals for SAA this year?
My goal for SAA this year is to continue the SAA tradition of providing high quality student programming at the AAA conference that appeals to a variety of interests and learning styles.
3. What advice would you give to current AuD students?
My advice to current AuD students is to get involved in one extracurricular activity within the profession and one activity that is completely unrelated! SAA has helped me connect with professionals and peers whom I admire and have learned so much from! I also think it's important to find an activity you enjoy outside the profession of audiology as a stress reliever!
4. Tell us a fun fact about you!
I studied abroad in London and would love to go back!
How can AuD students get in contact with you?
Send me an email at email@example.com.