Kenneth Logan, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Kenneth Logan_MCM_5489Associate Professor

Director of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs

Location: 2146 HPNP
Office phone: (352) 273-6561

Curriculum vitae


  • SPA 4250: Introduction to Speech Disorders
  • SPA 5204: Phonological Disorders
  • SPA 5225: Stuttering

Bachelors of Science – 1979 – Colorado State University
Masters of Science – 1981 – Colorado State University
Doctor of Philosophy – 1995 – Syracuse University

Dr. Logan’s research interests focus primarily on stuttering and related fluency disorders. His research has examined issues related to the effects of linguistic factors on speech fluency, approaches to assessing stuttering-related behaviors, and factors that affect listeners’ attitudes toward and perceptions of people who stutter. Dr. Logan is author of Fluency Disorders, a comprehensive textbook that deals with the normal bases of fluency as well as stuttering, cluttering, and other related disorders. He also is co-author of the Test of Childhood Stuttering, a norm referenced assessment tool for use with 4- to 12-year-old children who stutter. Dr. Logan currently serves as Program Director for the Master of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders degree program for speech-language pathology. For more information about Dr. Logan’s research, please visit the speech fluency laboratory website.