Colloquia Series Schedule

Schedule of Colloquia Series for the 2021 Fall semester. 

The Indiana University Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences welcomes you to our departmental colloquia on Fridays from 12:30 to 1:30 pm Eastern time (EST). The next colloquium will be held on September 10 at 12:30. Please join us for Dr. Adrian K.C. Lee’s presentation of his research.  Please see the attached flyer for further details.


Colloquium Presenter:  Adrian K.C. Lee - University of Washington

Colloquium Title:  Behavioral and Neurophysiological Evidence Regarding the Influence of Oculomotor Circuitry on Auditory Spatial Tasks

Date: September 10, 2021

Location:  RAHC C1021z, or via Zoom at (presentation will be virtual)

Dr. Lee has expressed interest in meeting with students and faculty after his presentation from 1:30-3:30, and these can be arranged as one-on-one or small group.  Dr. Lee is particularly interested in furthering discussions of international, social justice, BIPOC, and diversity considerations in our field.  If you are interested in meeting with Dr. Lee, please reach out (, and I will coordinate a schedule.  These meetings will be virtual.


Other Talks Coming Soon!

October 1, 2021:  Raele Robinson – University of Wisconsin, Madison:  Why Do We Eat and What Happens When You Can't

October 22, 2021:  Anny Castilla-Earls – University of Houston

November 5, 2021:  Yi Liu – Indiana University

November 12, 2021:  Frank Guenther – Boston University

December 10, 2021:  Jody Kreiman – UCLA 



Research Colloquia

PhD students in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences host a colloquium series throughout the academic year. Invited speakers include faculty in SLHS and other programs and departments at IU, researchers and health professionals from the community, and visiting faculty from other universities. PhD students also present their work throughout the year. Colloquia are typically held Fridays at 12:30pm (ET). If you are interested in receiving e-mail announcements for upcoming colloquia, or would like to suggest a speaker, please contact PhD coordinator Steven Lulich, PhD, at


Annual Diane Kewley-Port Lecture and Mentorship Event

Each spring, the PhD students in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences present the Annual Diane Kewley-Port Lecture and Mentorship event. This event began in 2009 and honors retired faculty member Dr. Diane Kewley-Port for her contributions to the PhD program. Speakers are chosen based on research interest and experience in mentoring PhD students. The visiting mentor presents a widely-attended colloquium and participates in mentoring PhD students. Lecture topics rotate annually among speech, language, and hearing science