Thomas R. Zalewski, associate professor of audiology
B.S., Communication Disorders, 1987, Bloomsburg University
M.S., Audiology, 1988, Bloomsburg University
Ph.D., Audiology, 2001, New York University
Thomas Zalewski is an associate professor of audiology at Bloomsburg University. He currently teaches audiology courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition to teaching, he sees audiology patients in the Bloomsburg University Speech and Hearing Clinic and is on the staff at the Bloomsburg Hospital to conduct newborn infant hearing screenings. His research interests include central auditory processing disorders and tinnitus.
In 2011, Jack Katz, Ph.D. and he coauthored the Buffalo Model Questionnaire – Revised Administration and Interpretation Manual which is available from the Educational Audiology Association. Also in 2011, he was invited to speak at the VI Audiology, Otoneurology, Phoniatrics and Neuropsychology refresher course of the National Rehabilitation Institute (INR) in Mexico City, Mexico. He regularly attends and presents at the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Convention, the Pennsylvania Academy of Audiology Annual Convention and the Pennsylvania Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Convention. Zalewski also serves as the co-advisor for Bloomsburg University’s NSSLHA chapter