School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

Janice W. Lougeay

Senior Lecturer

Curriculum Vitae

Biography

Janice Lougeay directs the clinical education of graduate students in the communication disorders program and undergraduate students who are studying speech-language pathology. She ensures students have access to experiences that will allow them to meet the competency requirements for certification and licensure to work as speech-language pathologists. She also directs an intervention program for toddlers with severe language challenges. Before coming to UT Dallas, Ms. Lougeay worked as a speech-language pathologist in a variety of clinical, educational, and medical settings. Her research interests center on outcomes in the clinical education of students. She is actively involved in community support groups, as well as organizations that support communicatively impaired individuals, and has served as vice president for research and development for the Texas Speech Language Hearing Association. Ms. Lougeay is the recipient of BBS’ Aage Moller Teaching Award and has been honored by the Texas Speech Language Hearing Association. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Southern Illinois University and her master’s degree from Bowling Green State University.