Janet Preis, Ed.D., CCC-SLP
- Academic FocusSpeech-Language Pathology
Janet Preis, Ed.D., CCC-SLP, associate professor of speech-language-hearing sciences and graduate program director, has worked at Loyola for more than two decades, and she incorporates the Jesuit values into her teaching and all aspects of her own life. “At Loyola, I believe we stand out for our deep commitment to each individual student who enters our program and for bringing the Jesuit core tenant of cura personalis to all that we do.” For Preis, Loyola’s speech-language pathology program and liberal arts education distinctly prepare students for professional and personal success: “Knowledge of more than just the fundamentals in the field of speech-language pathology, such that students receive in a liberal arts education, allows them to engage in critical thinking as well as personal reflection—both of which are critical to being a compassionate and competent speech-language pathologist.” A Baltimore native, Preis earned her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Towson University; she holds a certificate of advanced graduate studies in speech-language pathology from Loyola and a doctorate in Special Education from the Johns Hopkins University. Her specialization focuses on children and adolescents on the autism spectrum and examining methods to enhance communication.
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At Loyola, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, we prepare students to work in the field and energize them to do this work with a compassionate heart and a critical mind.