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Carrie Caviness, Lecturer

Caviness Carrie_Caviness@baylor.edu
Neill Morris Hall
Room 260
1300 S. 7th
Waco, TX 76798

Dr. Carrie Caviness
Lecturer
Audiology Clinical Supervisor
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Dr. Carrie Caviness is a clinical supervisor in the CSD Department's Audiology Clinic. She supervises speech language pathology graduate students as they earn their audiology clinical hours. Graduate student clinicians working alongside Dr. Caviness, have the opportunity to serve the hearing healthcare needs of newborns-to-adults. In addition clinic work, Dr. Caviness teaches Introduction to Aural Rehabilitation and is guest lecturer in several CSD courses.

Dr. Caviness is dedicated to meeting the unique needs of each audiology patient through patient centered counseling and knowledge of the latest technological advances in hearing devices. The field of audiology integrates science, good communication skills, and logical reasoning.

Dr. Caviness completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and her Master of Arts degree at the University of Texas at Austin. She earned her Doctor of Audiology degree at A.T. University of Health Sciences. Dr. Caviness has worked in outpatient rehabilitation and was the Chief of Audiology for several years at Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center. She has taught graduate and undergraduate audiology courses and speech science courses at Baylor University and at Longwood University.

Dr. Caviness states that the best aspect of being an audiologist at Baylor University is the opportunity to share her enthusiasm about audiology with students while helping patients achieve a better quality of life through improved hearing.