Darlene Cozzi, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Ph.D., University of Illinois–Chicago
Cozzi is an adjunct instructor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department, teaching Introduction to CSD Ed Settings. Cozzi has also taught undergraduate courses in Voice and Diction, Clinical Methods, Aural Rehabilitation, and Language Disorders at St. Xavier College. She provided clinical supervision and evaluation of undergraduate students engaged in Clinical Practicum within the Ludden Speech and Language Clinic and off-site at public school placements. Earlier, she worked as an SLP for the DuPage West Cook Regional Special Education Association. Some of her volunteer work includes teaching math and social studies to 4th and 5th graders, screening elementary school students, and providing speech/language therapy to children in need of SLP services in West Virginia. Cozzi has given numerous presentations and is a member of ASHA, ISHA, and the DuPage County Speech-Language and Hearing Association. Her interests include Emergent Literacy and Phonology.