Communication Disorders and Social Work
Dr. Carlotta Kimble, Assistant Professor
Carlotta Kimble served as adjunct instructor and clinical supervisor for several years before joining the communication disorders department full-time as an assistant professor. She received her B.S.E. in speech-language pathology and audiology in 1977 and then returned to complete the M.S. in speech-language pathology in 1981. She received the Ph.D. degree from Walden University, Minneapolis, MN in 2008. Dr. Kimble’s previous professional experience includes positions as speech-language pathologist in the Warrensburg, MO Public Schools, Clinton, MO Public Schools, and Alamogordo Public Schools, Alamogordo, NM and speech pathologist for Golden Valley Hospital, Clinton, MO. She has been a speech pathology consultant for a Home Health agency and Director of Operations and Clinical Director of Speech-Language Pathology for two rehabilitation corporations.
Of particular interest to Dr. Kimble is teaching individuals who are culturally and linguistically diverse, children with language disorders, individuals with traumatic brain injury, and adults with neurogenic communication disorders. Dr. Kimble enjoys research, going on Caribbean cruises, teaching sign language to children, learning new languages, and gardening.
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