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deaf/HoH experiences

How much listening is too much?

As academics, our jobs require us to listen to others all the time—in our classes, in faculty meetings, in seminars, and when meeting...


Mandated equal opportunity hiring may not ensure equal considerations by hiring committees: A hypothetical scenario

-Ryan Imagine that you are a deaf/hard-of-hearing (HoH) person applying for a full-time academic position in a U.S. public institution of higher learning....


Profile: Nora Duggan

Build up a network of deaf students where you can share tips, or even just rant about barriers you're facing. 


Profile: Alex Lu

PhD Student, University of Toronto, Canada Field of expertise: Computational Biology Years of experience (since start of PhD): 5 years  Describe your hearing: Profoundly deaf; I’m...

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Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: When communication all changed

As a virologist, I had some idea about what was to come; as a deaf individual, I did not fully comprehend what this...

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Making your in-person and remote workplaces accessible for your deaf/HoH colleagues

The Mind Hears annual post on how to make your in-person and remote academic workplace accessible to deaf/HoH colleagues.