- PhD, Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of South Carolina - Columbia
- MSP, Speech Pathology, University of South Carolina - Columbia
- MA, Dramatic Production, Bob Jones University
- BA, Interpretative Speech, Bob Jones University
- Articulation & Phonology (CD 303)
- Clinical Practicum (CD 499)
- Diagnostic Methods in Speech-Language Pathology (CD 308)
- Introduction to Audiology (CD 304)
- Selected Topics in Speech-Language Pathology (CD 405)
- Speech Clinic (CD 103, CD 104)
- Therapeutic Methods & Clinical Technology in Speech-Language Pathology (CD 407)
David Eoute received his BA in Interpretative Speech from Bob Jones University (2002), his MA in Dramatic Production from Bob Jones University (2004), his MSP in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of South Carolina (2007), and his PhD in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of South Carolina (2010). He received his Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (2009) and his Speech-Language Pathology licensure from the state of South Carolina (2009). He currently teaches courses in assessment and therapy techniques, speech and sound disorders, an introduction to audiology, and he coordinates the senior clinical practicum experience with the Greenville County School District.
Exposure to a variety of clinical settings during graduate and post-graduate therapy work has given him an interest in working with different populations and various age groups with speech and language deficits. His dissertation work investigating outcome predictors of aphasia treatment has given him a continued interest in helping patients who have experienced stroke resulting in language impairment. He has formed friendships with individuals in the Greenville community through the local chapter of the National Stuttering Association’s stuttering support group. David takes a group of junior and senior Communication Disorders majors to the annual South Carolina Speech-Language and Hearing Convention.
He and his wife, Sarah, enjoy watching the speech and language development of their two young daughters. While his focus is on communication impairments, he still pursues opportunities to act and direct. He recently appeared as Banquo in the BJU Classic Players’ production of Macbeth and directed the 2014 Easter Living Gallery production, Looking Unto Jesus.