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Evelyn M. Hoglund


Evelyn M. Hoglund

Teaching Assistant Professor



104A Pressey Hall

Areas of Expertise

  • Psychoacoustics
  • Disability Studies

Evelyn received a B.A. in 1984 and an M.A. in 1988 in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Kansas.  She worked in a variety of clinical settings as a speech-language pathologist prior to beginning her PhD program at The Ohio State University.  She continued her clinical work while pursuing this degree and graduated in 2007.  She completed postdoctoral work at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and at OSU until 2009.  She has been a research scientist and a lecturer in the department and is now a teaching assistant professor.  She has a passion for disability rights, and for all aspects of communication.  Her research interest is in psychoacoustics, with an emphasis on real world signals and listening environments. She also maintains her clinical ties to speech-language pathology since communication relies on both sides of the speech and hearing ‘coin’.

Current courses:

SHS 3350 Communication across the lifespan

SHS 3360 Clinic observation

SHS 4430 Introduction to language and language disorders

SHS 4510 Disabilities in context

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