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A Message From the Chair


Why give to the AAA Foundation? 

Because your contribution of any amount will help us to further our reach and our mission to support public awareness, research, and education in audiology and hearing science. The work you do professionally and the people you interact with every day benefit from strong philanthropic support of public awareness, new research and science, clinical improvements, and continuing education so that we serve our patients and the public more effectively. 

As you peruse our website you will find the many student and new professional research, education, scholarships and projects that are supported by you and all those who choose to give so generously.  There are many opportunities for continuing education through our Foundation Lecture series. Spend some time looking at the impressive list of scholarship and grant recipients who have made important advances in their research and academic careers because of the monetary support provided them by your Foundation.  All of our scholarships and grants are awarded through a highly competitive process.  While you are on the website, pleased take a moment to visit our donor page to see just how many dedicated and sustaining organizations we have who give year after year to the Foundation in support of our philanthropic endeavors.

I thank you personally and on behalf of the Board of Trustees and Academy Staff for your support and interest in serving the philanthropic needs of our audiology and hearing science community Working together, we can accomplish a great many things and we can make a difference!

Therese Walden, Au.D.
Chair, Board of Trustees


Science Fair Award Winner at AudiologyNOW! 2013

As part of the Foundation's iniative to foster the audiologists of tomorrow, former AAA Foundation Chair Angela Shoup, PhD, presents high school student Haotian Xu with an award for his science fair project, EEG Cortical Signal Measurement and Processing System for Automatic Artifact Removal, Evaluation, and Remote Monitoring of Cochlear Implants.
Project Amazon