Professor who cannot hear sets a positive example for students

08/10/2011 | Chronicle-Herald (Halifax, Nova Scotia), The

Linda Campbell, who cannot hear, used the help of a sign-language interpreter as she studied to earn a PhD in aquatic ecology. Campbell, who will begin teaching at St. Mary's University in Canada this fall, believes her example shows students that there is nothing they cannot accomplish. "I did not become a professor to break down the barriers. But it just happened on the way," she said.

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