Q&A with William W. Clark, retiring director of PACS

PACS lunch team

How did you end up at CID/Washington University?  In my junior year at the University of Michigan I took a class that changed my life. It was taught by William Stebbins, a behavioral psychologist who was studying the sensory behavior of animals using operant conditioning behavioral techniques.   Dr. Stebbins invited me to join his lab […]

PACS: Growing to meet a national need for deaf educators and audiologists

The Washington University School of Medicine offers a number of degrees in clinical care specialties. One of the fastest growing programs is one known as PACS, the Program in Audiology and Communication Sciences. The program currently boasts 99 students of specialty training in audiology (52 students), deaf education (26 students), and hearing sciences (one PhD […]