David is an educational audiologist and teacher at the Maryland School for the Deaf, where he also teaches the Cadet Corp Program and, with a colleague, is working to pass legislation to allow deaf people to serve in the military. He is also an adjunct professor in Towson University’s audiology department. After receiving his diploma from Loyola, David entered into active duty for the U.S. Army and served as a helicopter pilot. He lived in Germany, was deployed to Afghanistan, and relocated to numerous Army bases throughout the United States before earning his doctorate in audiology from the University of South Dakota.
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Loyola instilled in me the continual search for knowledge and truth: Always try to work harder, try to work smarter, and work with others.
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