Jeanne O'Sullivan

Phone: (603) 862-0055
Office: Communication Sciences & Disorders, Hewitt Hall Rm 185, Durham, NH 03824
Jeanne H. O'Sullivan, Clinical Assistant Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders

As a clinical supervisor, my primary responsibilities include mentoring graduate clinicians in on-campus and satellite programs. My research activities have centered on clinical education. I consider myself a generalist and have had considerable experience with all ages and communication needs in both educational and medical settings. Particular areas of focus have included services to individuals with language/learning disabilities, hearing loss, augmentative/alternative communication systems, acquired brain injury, social skills and accent modification.

This link leads to an invited article my colleagues and I co-authored for the American Speech Language Hearing Association Special Interest Group 11: Administration & Supervision Perspectives Newsletter. On the Road to Self-Supervision. It summarizes our model of clinical education.


  • M.Ed., Speech Teacher Education, Northeastern University
  • B.A., Psychology, Bates College

Courses Taught

  • COMM 522: Acquisition of Language
  • COMM 724: Senior Capstone: Prof Issues
  • COMM 740: Adults w/Acquired Brain Injury