Angela Shoup BS’89, MS’92, PhD’94 has been selected as the new executive director of the Callier Center.
Dr. Thomas Campbell will retire at the end of August, leaving behind a 14-year success story of improved patient care, nationally ranked student education and a vigorous research enterprise.
Learn how Callier is providing telehealth services to patients, as well as facilitating the clinical experience needed by graduate students to complete their degrees.
The Crystal Charity Ball selected Callier to receive $997,996 to benefit the Pediatric Special Connections Project.
U.S. News & World Report ranked UT Dallas’ audiology program No. 2 (tied with the University of Iowa) and the speech-language pathology program No. 10 (tied with UT Austin).
After a recent program expansion, the Callier Center is one of the few facilities in North Texas that has the capability to provide a full battery of tests for problems associated with dizziness, balance or uncontrollable eye movements.
“Our hope is to see unprecedented levels of philanthropic support for the Callier Center. If our gift helps propel that hope forward, then that is very rewarding to us.”
– Stefanie and Aaron Conley
“Our research at Callier can have a direct impact on our community. We are excited to work with technology aimed at enhancing the listening experience of hearing-impaired children and adults at musical and theater events.”
– Dr. Edward Lobarinas, associate professor
“I want to help people tell their stories and communicate with their loved ones.”
– Elena Keltner, doctoral student, Communication Sciences and Disorders PhD Program
“When we found out that Callier was going to help us, we were so happy … Isabella’s birthday present was her hearing aids.”
– Sandra Gonzalez, Isabella’s mother