Friday, February 24 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Callier FLASH Seminar in Speech, Language and Hearing
Title: Barriers to HPD Use in Occupational Environments: Employee, Supervisors, and Safety Manager Perspectives
Speaker: Conner L. Jansen
PhD Student, UT Dallas
Conner Jansen is a student in the dual AuD/PhD doctorate program at The University of Texas at Dallas. He joined the AuD program in 2019, was bitten by the research bug, and decided to join the PhD program in 2020. He received a bachelor of science at The University of Texas at Austin in communication sciences and disorders with a specialization in audiology, and a minor in American Sign Language prior to joining The University of Texas at Dallas. Since beginning his graduate education, Conner has worked on several projects in the Hearing Conservation lab. His research interests include hearing protection device (HPD) habits and beliefs, musician’s HPDs, and sub-clinical hearing loss. He also loves running, playing board games, rock climbing, and playing with his dog, Lando.
The talk on Friday, February 24 at 12:00pm will be a hybrid talk, in-person in CD A229 and also on MS Teams.
On Friday, February 24 at 12:00pm you can joln the talk on MS Teams.
Meeting ID: 245 353 945 03
Phone Conference ID: 801 054 32#
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