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Atheana Meadows

Atheana Meadows, Associate Lecturer

Communication Disorders and Sciences

Atheana Meadows, MA, CCC-Audiology is Associate Lecturer for the Communication Disorders and Sciences (CDS) program, in the School of Health Sciences, at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. She is also Clinical Coordinator of Speech and Hearing Services at The SIU Clinical Center where she oversees the Auditory Processing-Language Processing-Literacy Specialty Clinic.

Professor Meadows earned her B.S. in Family Social Services from Northern Illinois University; and transferred from Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s CDS leveling program in 1990 to complete her M.A. in Audiology at The Ohio State University in December 1991.

Since 1992, Professor Meadows has worked as a clinical audiologist in various settings including private practice for audiology and speech language pathology, residential facilities for special needs adults, inpatient and outpatient hospital settings, private practice Ear-Nose-Throat medicine, and as an educational audiologist in a local public school system.

Professor Meadows has taught at SIU since 2015, with CDS coursework including Introduction to Audiology, Introduction to Speech & Hearing Science, Communication Problems in the Hearing Impaired to undergraduate students; Special Topics: Auditory Processing and Its Impact on Language and Literacy to graduate students; as well as a University Honors Program course on Auditory Processing. She formerly taught Public Speaking at Rend Lake College in Ina, Illinois.

As a licensed and certified audiologist, Professor Meadows is passionate about her work at the SIU Clinical Center in the diagnosis and treatment of auditory processing disorders and the impact on language, literacy, and learning.

SIU Atheana Meadows

Office: Rehn 316A
Phone: 618-536-7704