Margaret was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Human Development and Communication Disorders from the University of Texas at Dallas in 1996. She has a number of publications and presentations, including “Auditory Temporal Integration and the Power Function Model” in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (1990) and “Hearing-Impaired Theater-goers Experience Direct Sound Input” in Hearing Instruments (1993).
Margaret presented at the Society for Neuroscience in Toronto, Ontario, in 1988. She has been cited in Notable Women of Texas (1984) and Who’s Who In Science and Engineering (1991). The American Academy of Audiology honored Margaret with the Academy’s Scholar Award in 2011.