Chereece N. Andrews is a Clinical Assistant Professor and clinical audiologist for the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department. In that role she is the instructor for two undergraduate courses, and she also provides audiologic services at the University Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic: a United Way agency. Her clinical areas of interest are pediatric audiology, and aural rehabilitation.
- Au.D., Doctor of Audiology, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
- B.A., Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
- Introduction to Audiology (COMD 3381)
- Aural Rehabilitation (COMD 4382)
With several years of clinical experience, Dr. Andrews believes it is important to bring real-world examples into the classroom. She is a proponent of hands-on learning experiences and has embedded a service-learning project into the Aural Rehabilitation course with the support of the UH ACES Institute. She also spearheaded the COMD department's first learning abroad experience.
- ACES support for Aural Rehabilitation service-learning project (2018-present)
- COMD Coogs in Belize (2019-present)
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Member