Letter of Welcome I am pleased to welcome you to membership in Special Interest Division 10. It is exciting to see its formation through the efforts of many dedicated individuals. To those individuals, I extend my gratitude. Thank you Jean Blosser, Karen Steckol, Michael Flahive, Jim Naas, Noma Anderson, Noel Matkin, and ... Editorial
Editorial  |   June 01, 1997
Letter of Welcome
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  • Donna GeffnerASHA Vice Presidentfor Academic Affairs
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Professional Issues & Training / Introduction
Editorial   |   June 01, 1997
Letter of Welcome
SIG 10 Perspectives on Issues in Higher Education, June 1997, Vol. 1, 1. doi:10.1044/ihe1.1.1-b
SIG 10 Perspectives on Issues in Higher Education, June 1997, Vol. 1, 1. doi:10.1044/ihe1.1.1-b
I am pleased to welcome you to membership in Special Interest Division 10. It is exciting to see its formation through the efforts of many dedicated individuals. To those individuals, I extend my gratitude. Thank you Jean Blosser, Karen Steckol, Michael Flahive, Jim Naas, Noma Anderson, Noel Matkin, and from the National Office, Linda Tsantis and Michelle Ferketic.
As the membership grows in number and the newsletters reach more and more, I am confident that we will establish a viable forum for this constituency. I hope that through our newsletters we can bring you information pertaining to legislation, accreditation, certification, and education that will be valuable to you as you continue to shape your academic agenda. I believe that those in higher education serve a critical role in the education and continuing education of all future and current professionals in the discipline. For that role, our voices need to be heard on Capitol Hill (to preserve the Highest Quality Provider, funding for personnel preparation, etc.), and at ASHA. We have much to share with one another, especially at a time when programs are in jeopardy due to downsizing and re-engineering at the university level. The economics of our times place educators in a challenging position to reevaluate how they teach and what they teach, while at the same time preserving the scientific and knowledge base of the discipline.
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