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Cheryl Davis - Bio

     Dr. Cheryl Davis, Director of the Regional Resource Center on Deafness, obtained a Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling: Deafness from the University of Arkansas (through the Research and Training Center of Deafness) and received her Ph.D. from the University of Oregon in 1992 focusing on the issues of school-to-community transition for students with disabilities. Dr. Davis provides training locally and nationally to service providers in Vocational Rehabilitation and higher education about the range of accommodation options for individuals with hearing loss. She has presented at the national conferences of AHEAD, HLAA and PEPNet on the topic of assistive technology and has published articles in Hearing Loss (the journal of HLAA), ADVANCE for Audiologists, and Career Development for Exceptional Individuals, and was a guest panelist on the topic in three national educational satellite telecasts.

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