Department of Health and Human Service Professions
Nancy Carlino is the Program Coordinator and Externship Director for the graduate program in Communication Disorders. Professor Carlino teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses and supervises students in the CMD Speech and Hearing Clinic. Current scholarship interests are in clinical education and adult neurogenics. Nancy has presented at state and national conferences and has co-authored two articles on clinical education. She is actively involved in university committees, most recently the Institutional Review Board, Promotion Committee, Sabbatical Committee, and Faculty Scholarship Committee. Nancy is very involved in professional organizations and currently serves as President of the Pennsylvania Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Nancy worked for 12 years as a medical speech-language pathologist with patients with neurogenic disorders. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from Duquesne University and her master’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Nancy is currently a consulting speech-language pathologist in home health and rehabilitation settings.
- Introduction to Clinical Procedures
- Common Organic Disorders
- Language Disorders in Adults
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Clinical Supervision
- Adult neurogenics
In The Classroom
Graduate students spend time and often volunteer to spend their own money to provide quality services to the clients in the University clinic and children in PennWest California's on-site preschool. A number of graduate students have volunteered time to provide hearing screenings for Special Olympics athletes.
- B.A.: Duquesne University
- M.A.: University of Pittsburgh
Office: Morgan Hall Room 266