The University of Texas at Dallas School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

Stephanie L. Fowler

Clinical Assistant Professor
Director of AuD Clinical Education, Callier Center for Communication Disorders

Research Interests

Best practices in didactic and clinical audiology education, music perception and appreciation for listeners with hearing loss

Curriculum Vitae

Contact

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 972-883-3145
Office: CD_J210
Campus Mail Code: CD10

Biography

Dr. Stephanie Fowler directs the clinical education initiatives of students pursuing doctoral degrees in audiology. She arranges clinical on- and off-site clinical placements, tracks and evaluates competency requirements, and collaborates with students, audiologists, and faculty to enhance the clinical education initiatives at UTD; in addition, she teaches didactic, lab, and clinical courses. Dr. Fowler approaches didactic and clinical education via the lens of evidence-based practices, incorporating the scholarship of teaching and learning into the field of audiology, which is informed by her training in the UT Dallas Center for Teaching and Learning’s basic and advance Graduate Teaching Certifications. She is an active leader of student initiatives in the Texas Academy of Audiology, and she stays active in national organizations as well. Dr. Fowler is a graduate of Wichita State University (BA with Honors) and The University of Texas at Dallas (AuD, PhD). Her research interests focus on the education of clinical audiology students and the music experiences of listeners with hearing loss, while her clinical interests focus on the unique needs of pediatric populations.

Recent and Selected Representative Publications

Recent Articles

Fowler, S. L., Calhoun, H., & Warner-Czyz, A. D. (2021). Music perception and speech-in-noise skills of typical hearing and cochlear implant listeners. American Journal of Audiology 30: 170-181.

Fowler, S. L., Jackson, S., Gohmert, A. & Cokely, C. (2020). Planning effective remote clinical education. Audiology Today: 12-21.