Director of Clinical Education in Audiology
Dr. Carol Cokely teaches courses in adult aural rehabilitation, research in audiology and counseling/mentoring. She also monitors the clinical competency outcomes at the level of individual audiology doctoral students, aggregate cohorts and the overall program, and develops and implement assessment tools, and coordinate program accreditation efforts. Dr. Cokely serves on the board of directors for the Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology and recently served on the board for the American Academy of Audiology and the Council for Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders Clinical Instructor Task Force. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Queens College of the City University of New York, a master’s degree from Northwestern University, and her PhD from Indiana University.
Cokely, C.G. and DePlacido, C.G. Fostering reflective skills in audiology practice and education (2012). Seminars in Hearing, 33 65-77.
Cokely, C.G. and Thibodeau, L.M. Service Learning in Auditory Rehabilitation Courses: The University of Texas at Dallas (2011). J of the American Academy of Audiology, .20 S233-S240,December 2011. doi:10.1044/1059-0889
Cokely, C.G., Thibodeau, L.M., Clark J.(in preparation). Service Learning in Doctoral Audiology Program. Service Learning and Civic Engagement: A Sourcebook.