Dr. Richard G. Stoker, director of the St. Louis-based Central Institute for the Deaf, will deliver two lectures at the University of Utah this week.

On Friday, Oct. 19, Stoker will speak at 4 p.m. in Parlor A of the Olpin Student Union. This meeting is primarily for professionals in the area of education of the deaf and audiology.Stoker will address the fall conference of the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf on Saturday, Oct. 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the Mark Green Lecture Hall of the Business Building at the University of Utah. He will speak on the topic of "The Hearing Impaired: Perspectives on Living in the Mainstream." The lecture is open to the public.

Stoker, a native of Ogden who suffers from a severe congenital hearing impairment, is currently a professor of otolaryngology in the Washington School of Medicine in addition to directing the institute.