Coordinator’s Column As we head into the fall holiday season, Special Interest Group (SIG) 10 has much to be thankful for. Our affiliate base is growing, our ASHA Community is more active than ever, and we are looking forward to an ASHA convention that will offer many sessions related to issues in ... Coordinator's Column
Coordinator's Column  |   October 01, 2013
Coordinator’s Column
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Coordinator's Column   |   October 01, 2013
Coordinator’s Column
SIG 10 Perspectives on Issues in Higher Education, October 2013, Vol. 16, 50. doi:10.1044/ihe16.2.50
SIG 10 Perspectives on Issues in Higher Education, October 2013, Vol. 16, 50. doi:10.1044/ihe16.2.50
As we head into the fall holiday season, Special Interest Group (SIG) 10 has much to be thankful for. Our affiliate base is growing, our ASHA Community is more active than ever, and we are looking forward to an ASHA convention that will offer many sessions related to issues in higher education. All of these things are possible due to the hard work of many people. With that in mind, I’d like to take a portion of this column to thank those who are integral to the inner workings of SIG 10.
To begin, I would like to thank our outgoing Continuing Education (CE) Content Manager (formerly Continuing Education Coordinator) Patti Solomon-Rice for 6 years of service to SIG 10. She has worked tirelessly for SIG 10 and has had a large role in maintaining the high quality of our Perspectivespublications. Going forward, Patrick Walden has accepted the role of CE content manager. We are all very grateful to be working with him! Additionally, I would like to thank the SIG 10 Coordinating Committee for their hard work and their consistent spirit of collaboration. John Folkins (SIG 10 associate coordinator), Ana Claudia Harten (Perspectiveseditor), Monica Gordon Pershey, and Amy Finch have my gratitude and respect for their efforts to guide SIG 10’s efforts this year. Finally, Froma Roth, SIG 10’s ex-officio from the ASHA National Office (also ASHA’s Associate Director of Academic Affairs & Research Education) has been an invaluable resource to this SIG in all aspects of our work. SIG 10 is better for having her connected to us!
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