April 11, 2001
North Eastern University
Honors Kathy Peck of H.E.A.R.with the Key to the University.
Dangerous Sounds Panel Presentation: Preventing Hearing
Loss Caused by Loud Music. Learner Objectives: 1. The
participant learn about who the risk groups are and why. 2.
The participant learn to identify attitudes that contribute
to the non-use of hearing protection. 3. The participants
learn skills to help them become more effective in intervention
and learn about the resources that are available for this
purpose. Kathy Peck
discusses : - Her history and experiences that led her to
this point. - How the H.E.A.R. initiative began. -
The work of H.E.A.R. - What kinds of information are effective?
- What feedback and information she receives from the musicians
who work with H.E.A.R. Panel Discussion: "Where are we
today and where do we go from here?" Panel consists of:
Hearing Conservation Activist: Kathy Peck, Audiologist:
Professor Robert Redden, Audio Consultant, Engineer/Producer/Songwriter
and former Guitartist for the Steve Miller Band:, David
Denny, Hearing Scientist: Professor S¿ren Buu,
Moderator: Matthews Distinguished Professor Mary Florentine.
Program starts with a reception and ends with a dinner in
Kathy Peck's honor.
Clips shown from the PBs special "Deafening Sound"
courtesy of PBS NET Nebraska Television Network
plugs donated for the event.