Joe DiNapoli is an Associate Instructor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. His office is located on the Cocoa regional campus. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Disorders from Emerson College, a Master of Science degree in Speech Pathology from Columbia University, and a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies, with specialization in neurobehavioral communication disorders, from Boston University. He has been a clinical, managerial and consulting speech-language pathologist in medical and educational facilities for more than thirty-five years, and is a former senior speech-language pathologist for the Aphasia Unit of the Boston Veterans Administration Medical Center / Harold Goodglass Aphasia Research Center. Joe came to UCF in 2002 after several years as a full-time Lecturer at the University of Maine. He currently teaches a variety of courses in the undergraduate and graduate programs on the Cocoa and Main campuses, as well as online.
- Cognitive-Communication Disorders
- Language Acquisition
- Language disorders
- Neurogenic Communication Disorders
- Speech disorders
- Swallowing Disorders