Janet Schreck
Assistant Vice Provost for Education

265 Garland Hall
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 516-5985

jschreck@jhu.edu

Janet Simon Schreck

Assistant Vice Provost for Education

Janet Simon Schreck, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, FNAP joined Johns Hopkins University in December 2015 as the Assistant Vice Provost for Education.  In this newly created role, Dr. Schreck is responsible for collaborating with the Vice Provost of Education and a broad cross-section of the campus community to improve undergraduate and graduate education.

Before joining Johns Hopkins University in the Provost’s Office, Dr. Schreck served as a full-time clinical faculty member in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology at Loyola University Maryland where she taught a number of undergraduate, graduate, and clinical practicum courses.  In 2008 she accepted an appointment as the Executive Director of the Loyola Clinical Centers (LCC), Loyola’s interdisciplinary training clinic. As chief administrative officer for the LCC, Dr. Schreck created an environment that facilitated state-of-the art training for students in four academic disciplines across two schools while simultaneously providing affordable, quality allied health and education services to more than 4,000 clients annually.  Overseeing a $2.1 million annual program budget, she successfully led the LCC through completion of two strategic plans, doubled the number of graduate students trained, and tripled the number of clients served annually during her tenure.  She also founded its inaugural philanthropic Board of Advisors.  As a senior academic administrator at Loyola University Maryland, Dr. Schreck served on the Graduate Council of Academic Deans and co-chaired Loyola’s Middle States Commission on Higher Education Periodic Review Report (PRR).

A licensed and certified Speech-Language Pathologist with a focus on neurogenic disorders in adults, Dr. Schreck has published multiple articles and delivered numerous national presentations on the topics of cognitive-communication changes associated with typical aging as well as screening, assessment, and treatment of cognitive-communication disorders associated with dementia.  She earned her B.A. and M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology from Loyola University Maryland and Ph.D. in Gerontology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Dr. Schreck is a Fellow of the Maryland Speech-Language-Hearing Association and a Distinguished Practitioner and Fellow in the National Academy of Practice.