Stacey Lim

  • Position: Assistant Professor
  • Department: Audiology
  • Campus Address:  Health Professions Building 2172
  • Phone: 989-774- 1321
  • Email: lim3s@cmich.edu
  • Area(s) of Expertise: Pediatric and Educational Audiology, Cochlear Implants, Aural Rehabilitation

Courses:

  • AUD 643: Disorders of Hearing
  • AUD 730: Experimental Studies in Communication Disorders
  • AUD 764: Audiologic Rehabilitation for Adults
  • AUD 765: Cochlear Implants and other Implant Technology
  • AUD 771: Seminars in Audiology

Degrees and Universities:

B.A., The College of Wooster, 2001
Au.D., The University of Akron, 2006
Ph.D., Kent State University, 2013

Honors and Recognitions:

Outstanding Ph.D. Student in Audiology, Kent State, 2012 & 2013
Golden Key International Honor Society, 2011
Outstanding Faculty Award, Inter-Fraternity and Panhellenic Councils, Kent State University, 2010
Fulbright Scholarship, 2001

Professional Organizations:

American Academy of Audiology
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
 
The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
President of the Michigan Chapter of The Alexander Graham Bell Association

Publications: 

Lim, S. R., Goldberg, D. M., & Flexer, C. (2018). Auditory-verbal graduates—25 years later: Outcome survey of the clinical effectiveness of the listening and spoken language approach for young children with hearing loss. The Volta Review, 118(1-2), 5-40.

Lim, S. (2017). The effects of early auditory-based intervention on adult bilateral cochlear implant outcomes. Cochlear Implants International, 18(5), 256-265.

Lim, S.R. & Goldberg, D.M. (2017). Pediatric Audiology. In S. Lenihan (Ed.), Preparing to teach, committing to learn: An introduction to educating children who are deaf/hard of hearing (14). EHDI Learning Center. Retrieved from http://www.infanthearing.org/ebook-educating-children-dhh/index.html

Ellington, T.N. & Lim, S.R. (2017). Rendered powerless: Disability versus Westernized beauty standards. QED: A Journal of GLBTQ Worldmaking. (Special issue: Style for a Change: The Sartorial, the Everyday, and Social Transformation)

Lim, S.R. & Hogan, S. (2017). Auditory-verbal practice as evidence-based practice. In E.A. Rhoades & J. Duncan (Eds.), Auditory-Verbal Practice: Toward a Family-Centered Approach (2nd Ed.). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.


Lim, S. R., & Newcomb, S. S. (2015). A quality improvement initiative project to evaluate a newborn hearing screening program in a Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative setting. Journal of Pediatric and Neonatal Individualized Medicine (JPNIM)4(1), e040110. Atkins, D., Samson, A.,Lim, S., Visser, W., Siomra, R., Sansom, J., & Yack, E. (2016).

Professional partnerships and auditory-verbal therapy. In W. Estabrooks, E.A. Rhoades, K. MacIver-Lux (Eds.), Auditory-Verbal Therapy for Young Children with Hearing Loss and Their Families, and the Practitioners Who Guide Them. San Diego: Plural Publishing.

Estabrooks, W., MacIver-Lux, K, Rhoades, E.A., & Lim, S. (2016).  Auditory-verbal therapy: An overview. In W. Estabrooks, E.A. Rhoades, K. MacIver-Lux (Eds.), Auditory-Verbal Therapy for Young Children with Hearing Loss and Their Families, and the Practitioners Who Guide Them. San Diego: Plural Publishing.

Lim, S., & MacIver-Lux, K. (2016).  Complex hearing issues and auditory-verbal therapy. In W. Estabrooks, E.A. Rhoades, K. MacIver-Lux (Eds.), Auditory-Verbal Therapy for Young Children with Hearing Loss and Their Families, and the Practitioners Who Guide Them. San Diego: Plural Publishing.

Lim, S. (2016). Julie: Pfeiffer's Syndrome. In J. Madell, C. Flexer, J. Wolfe, & Erin Schafer (Eds.),Pediatric Audiology eCasebook. New York: Thieme

MacIver-Lux, K., Rhoades, E.A., Lim, S., Quayle, R., & Hönck, L. (2016).  Stages of development in listening, speech, cognition, communication, play, and emergent literacy for young children and auditory-verbal therapy. In W. Estabrooks, E.A. Rhoades, K. MacIver-Lux (Eds.), Auditory-Verbal Therapy for Young Children with Hearing Loss and Their Families, and the Practitioners Who Guide Them. San Diego: Plural Publishing. 

Ellington, T.N. & Lim, S. (2013).  Adolescents' aesthetic and functional view of hearing aids or cochlear implants and their relationship to self-esteem levels.  Fashion Practice, 5 (1), 59-80.

Lim, S. & Robertson, A. (2005, July/August).  Selecting the best college.  The Volta Voices, 12(4), 52-53.

Lim, S.  (2005).  Challenges of a hearing impaired audiologist. NAFDA News, 6 (1), 10, 13.

Lim, S. & Mankin, K. (2004, May/June).  From the other side of the audiometer.  The Volta Voices, 11 (3)22-6.

Lim, S. (2003, November/December).  The graduate perspective.  The Volta Voices, 10 (6), 4-5.

Lim, S. (2002, May).  Meine erfahrungen als hörgeschädigte in Deutschland [My experiences as an individual with hearing loss in Germany].  LKHD Nachtrichten, 9, 6-9.

Lim, S. (2002, January) Blick Über den Ozean [View from across the ocean].  LKHD Nachtrichten, 6, 14-16.

 
Research Areas:

Cochlear implantation, aural rehabilitation, language and literacy development and cognitive processing mechanisms