Linda Norrix, PhD, CCC-A

Associate Clinical Professor

Courses:

  • SLHS 559 – Clinical Studies in Audiology
  • SLHS 586 - Pediatric Audiology
  • SLHS 589L - Advanced Audiologic Evaluation Lab

Overview

Linda received her Bachelor’s degree from The University of WI-Madison, her Master’s degree from Denver University and her PhD from The University of AZ. She joined the University of Arizona Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences in 2002 after completing post-doctoral training at the University of Arizona in the Speech Perception Laboratory.

Linda’s clinical, teaching, and research interests and expertise are in the areas of Pediatric Audiology. She teaches the Advanced Audiological Evaluation Lab and Pediatric Audiology. She is also on the faculty of ArizonaLEND Maternal and Child Health Training Program. Her passion is to provide knowledge and clinical opportunities for students to develop pediatric evidence-based diagnostic skills. She supports graduate students when evaluating neurotypical children as well as children with multiple disabilities and guides the student to connect the family with resources specific to the child and family needs. She performs her clinical mentorship, and has done so for more than 22 years, in the community at Tucson Medical Center and a pre-school in the Sunnyside Unified School District.