In 2023-2024, we are Riding the Rapids of Clinical Supervision!

Join us for quarterly workshops!

Fall: Launch! Getting started or re-started in clinical supervision

Winter: Tricky Waters Ahead: Navigating tricky sitautions across settings with our expert panel

Spring: April 30, 3:00-5:00 Embedding Equity Across Clinical Education with Allison Brewer:

Summer: TBD

Stay tuned for upcoming dates!




A special invitation for our clinical educators!

UW Speech and Hearing Sciences is launching a mentoring network for graduate students of historically marginalized backgrounds.

- The network will connect incoming master's students to community mentors- Mentors of all backgrounds and identities are needed!- No mentoring experience is necessary. It is not expected that all mentors will be from historically marginalized backgrounds.- In service of wellbeing and support, the program will include mentor training and guidance/structure for the mentor-mentee dyads. Time commitment will be minimal and predictable.

We invite you to complete this interest form as a potential community mentor:

Educating and preparing our Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology students to become exceptional professionals requires strong foundational knowledge, coupled with a broad diversity of clinical experiences across the life span and across clinical settings. Our mission is to create a clinical learning environment that provides a continuum of educational opportunities, while focusing on best practices in mentoring graduate students. This task is achieved through collaboration with a diverse network of Audiology and SLP supervisors and facilities across the nation, including schools, birth to three centers, outpatient clinics, private practices, hospitals, and skilled nursing facilities.

The Department of Speech & Hearing Sciences has established affiliation agreements with over 300 facilities to provide quality practica and internship placements for our students. We partner with community sites and clinicians in the clinical education of our graduate students and we support our clinical educators by way of complimentary continuing education, clinical associate opportunities, as well as honoraria for Washington state supervisors.

Thank you to all of you who are currently one of our Community-Based Clinical Educators! We couldn't educate our top-rated students without your help.

Continuing education opportunities!  Check out the CAPCSD Clinical Education Modules on our Resources page - you now have access to hours of free continuing education content and can earn ASHA and AAA CEU's. 

Site Specific Links

UW Speech & Hearing Sciences Fieldwork Team

Faculty Liaison(s) for Speech & Language Pathology

Kate Krings
Associate Teaching Professor, SLP Fieldwork Coordinator
Phone: +1 206 221-0698
Kelsey A Leighton
Associate Teaching Professor, SLP Fieldwork Placement Coordinator
Phone: +1 206 221-2847
Amy Rodda
Associate Teaching Professor , Director of Clinical Education
Phone: +1 206 685-5611