Tuesday Talks: Dr. Susan Fulton, Communications Sciences & Disorders

Each Tuesday, we sit down with members of the faculty to discuss their expertise, recent research and some of their accomplishments.  This week, USFSM takes a closer look at Dr. Susan Fulton.

Dr. Fulton is an Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders at USFSM, where she teaches in the post-baccalaureate, online course sequence in Language, Speech, & Hearing Science. Dr. Fulton holds both a Florida license and national certification from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) in the field of Audiology.

Dr. Fulton earned the Master of Science in Communicology, with a concentration in Audiology, from the University of South Florida in 1987. She earned the Ph.D. in Communication Science and Disorders, with a concentration in Hearing Sciences, from the University of South Florida in 2010.

Her research focuses in the area of psychoacoustics, specifically in the areas of temporal processing and speech-in-noise perception.

Dr. Fulton was recently appointed to the Speech-Language Pathology Advisory Council (SLPAC) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).