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of quality education. The College of Education believes in the importance of recognizing
the service faculty provides in areas outside of the classroom.
Janiece Pompa Educational Psychology
Dr. Janiece Pompa graduated from Brigham Young University in 1976 with a bachelor’s
degree in psychology and a minor in Spanish-Speaking American Studies. She graduated
from Michigan State University with an MA in 1978 and a Ph.D. in 1983 in Clinical
Psychology, with a minor in neuropsychology. She has been a member of the school psychology
program faculty of the Department of Educational Psychology for the past 16 years,
teaching and supervising psychoeducational assessments by students and directing the
Educational Assessment and Student Support Clinic. Dr. Pompa has published numerous
articles and book chapters pertaining to the assessment and treatment of children
with learning problems, brain injuries and other neurologic disorders. She is a member
of the American Psychological Association, is on the boards of the Utah Psychological
Association and the Utah Association of School Psychologists, and is a member of the
Utah Psychology Licensing Board.