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Register for the 2014 CAPCSD Conference!
This years conference theme: DEVELOPING YOUR OWN AND YOUR FACULTY'S LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL Early-bird conference registration through March 24, 2014 read more

CAPCSD Salary Survey Results Posted to Website
Results of the 2012-2013 CAPCSD Salary Survey are available and can be viewed on the CAPCSD website under Resources / CAPCSD Surveys.

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ASHFoundation Implementation Science Summit - Carlsbad, CA - March 20-22, 2014
Please consider joining us register before February 20 and receive the early bird rate! read more

2014 CAPCSD Leadership Scholarships - over 200 applicants!
The Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders (CAPCSD) promotes student leadership. In recognition of this goal, the Council will fund six scholarship awards to support graduate student leaders. Decisions will be made by April. read more

2014 Plural Publishing Research Awards
Plural Publishing has generously agreed to fund two scholarship awards that will support graduate student research. Deadline for Submission: Monday, February 10, 2014 read more

Latest ASHA-CAPCSD CSD Education Reports Available
The Higher Education Data System (HES) Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) Education Survey National Aggregate and Individual State Reports for academic year 2011-2012 are now available at REPORTS. read more

NEW White Paper
Read the White Paper: Preparation of Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Educators Submitted by: Working Group on the Preparation of Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Educators read more

Scholarship Recipients
Congratulations to our Plural Research Scholarship recipients and CAPCSD Scholarship awardees! read more


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Welcome to the website for the Council of Academic Programs in Communication Science and Disorders (CAPCSD). If you are new to the Council and/or this website, I urge you to explore the many offerings it has, from the numerous resources we have (e.g., a multimedia learning resource site; readings about the scholarship of teaching and learning; discussion forums on clinical education; results from past Council surveys) to postings on academic positions. Whether you are new or not, I also encourage you to consider becoming involved in CAPCSD. The Council would not operate as well as it does without the strong support of its volunteers. The Board of Directors is committed to increasing the volunteer base; help us do that by completing the volunteer form under the “Get Involved” link. Start browsing the site and enjoy!

 

Melody Harrison
CAPCSD President