Welcome to the Center on Deafness
Established in June 1998, the Center on Deafness provides an array of research and collaborative partnership opportunities related to deafness and disability issues. The Center focuses on disseminating knowledge and effective practices related to deafness, establishing and maintaining professional networks, and collaborating with academic and service programs.
Through annual funding of approximately $2 million from external sources, the Center has established relationships with post-secondary institutions, rehabilitation agencies,and educational systems in thirteen states across the region, and the state of Tennessee.
The Center on Deafness is a part of the Theory and Practice in Teacher Education Department in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences. The Center is also affiliated with the Educational Psychology and Counseling Department in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences.