Several of our Purdue SAA members, as well as other Purdue Speech Language & Hearing Science (SLHS) students, spent their day in Indianapolis at the state capitol building. We spoke to several State Senators and Representatives from around Indiana after a morning of advocacy training to talk about our field.
Student advocacy is a great way to get direct involvement with the policies that affect our career as audiologists. We had a great turn out and an even better time.
Interested in becoming a student advocate? Participate in the SAA’s National Day At Your State Capital Day (NDAYSCD) initiative!
University at Buffalo SAA Chapter Participates in Annual Walk4Hearing Event
The University at Buffalo SAA Chapter participates in Buffalo’s Walk4Hearing event every year. They participate by walking, volunteering to set up and clean up, helping with children’s activities, displaying event signs, assisting in event parking, fundraising, and coming together as a group to support our community. Not only is this a fun and active way…
Florida State University Raises Audiology Awareness
The Florida State University (FSU) SAA Chapter has been working diligently to keep their SAA chapter active, virtually! In October 2020, the chapter hosted a variety of events over the course of a week to raise awareness for audiology. Some of these events included hosting a Q&A about “A Day In the Life”, fundraising for a non-profit…
University of Pittsburgh Adapts Chapter Activities for the Virtual Environment
The University of Pittsburgh SAA Chapter has been creatively adapting their past humanitarian activities for virtual environments. This includes supporting their local Ronald McDonald House through hosting fundraisers, preparing welcome bags for the families, and continuing to educate the community about ears and hearing with videos at a local community engagement center. The University of…