Mary Lou Poole, M.S., CCC-SLP
Research Interests / Training Areas:
- Adult Cognition and Language
- Early Childhood Intervention
- Child Speech and Language
Mary Lou Poole received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Purdue University. She is Director of the Speech-Language Clinic, teaches a course in Clinical School Methods in Communication Disorders, coordinates Education Externships, and provides clinical supervision. Clinical experience and interests include both pediatric and adult clients. Mrs. Poole is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, the Indiana Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and the Midwest Clinic Directors Association. She serves as a SLP Academic Member and the SLP Vice-chair of ASHA's Council on Academic Accreditation.
Recent Publications and Presentations:
Poole, M.L. and Solomon, B. (March 2010). A Model Curriculum for Teaching Professional Issues in University Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Programs, ASHA Special Interest Division 11 Perspectus.
Maloney, K. Sources: Poole, M.L. and Crapeau, M. (2008). Resident Finds Lessons in Recovery. Purdue Exponent, March 26, 2008, Vol 122, No. 52, 1.
Poole, M. L. and Burns, E. (2008). Purdue University: New Clinical Faculty Provide Fresh Insights on a Range of Speech-Language Disorders. ISHA Hearsay, Spring 2008, Vol 34, No 2.
Poole, M. L. (2007). Purdue University's Birth-3 Clinic. ISHA Hearsay. Winter 2007, Vol 33, No 2.Patterson Neubert, A. Source: Poole, M.L. (2006). Purdue Students Provide Speech, Language Services to Local Veterans. Purdue News Service, November 6, 2006.