PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE
ON GRADUATE EDUCATION
 

New Horizons
 
 

Council of Academic Programs
in
Communication Sciences and Disorders
 

1999

Jacksonville, FL
April 8 - 10, 1999
 
 
 

Edited by
Pollie S. Murphy, Chair, Publications Committee
Richard McGuire
Colleen O’Rourke
Wayne Swisher












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COUNCIL OF ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
IN
COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS

P. O. Box 26532
Minneapolis, MN 55426
(612) 920-0966
 
 
 
 

Executive Board

President & Chair, Executive Board
Kim A. Wilcox, Ph.D., University of Kansas

President-Elect
Elaine M. McNiece, Ed.D., University of Central Arkansas

Past President
Rosalind R. Scudder, Ph.D., Wichita State University

Secretary
Charles E. Speaks, Ph.D., University of Minnesota

Treasurer
Dennis B. Nash, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Chair, Information ExchangeCommittee
 Linda Petrosino, Ph.D.,  Bowling Green University

Chair, Professional Development & Advocacy Committee
Jon F. Miller, Ph.D.,  University of Wisconsin-Madison

Chair, Publications Committee
Pollie S. Murphy, Ph.D.,  Hampton University


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Note: Documents indicated are in Adobe PDF format and can be read with the Adobe Acrobat Reader.



 
 
 
 
 
Welcome

Rodger Dalston, Conference Chair

Presidential Address

Kim A. Wilcox, CAPCSD President 


 
 
 
Issue I: The Focus of Undergraduate Education in Our Field - A Great Debate  
Salvo One: Incoming

James F. Naas, Ph.D.

First Opposition Speaker

Joel Stark

Second Opposition Speaker

Linda S. Day


Affirmative Speaker

Kathleen Whitmire
 

Student Reactant Panel

Jacque Kurland
(Paper not submitted)
Susan Laskey
(Paper not submitted)
Karen Roach

Reactant

The Integration of Research Experiences in Programs of Academic

And Clinical Preparation

Robert Ringel


 
 
 
Issue II: Innovative Academic Programs in Communication
  Sciences and Disorders
 
Equivalent Paths to Competency: A Combined BS/MA Model vs. The Au.D.

 Larry Humes

Tables
 

Interdisciplinary Health Science Education: An “Out of the  Box”Approach

 Maryann Clark, Brian Shulman
 
 
 
 

 

Problem-Based Learning in the CSD Curriculum

Ronald Champoux

University-State Government Collaboration to Meet the Need of Public School Personnel

Mariana Newton
(Paper not submitted)

 
Inter-institutional Cooperative Academic Programs
 

David Haugen, Charles Madison

Science, Clinical Theory, and Multiculturalism in a Revamped M.A. Program

Peter Alfonso

A “Guaranteed” 5-Year Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology

 Mikael Kimelman


 
 
 

Issue III: Models of Clinical Instruction
 
Reflective Practice: A Relationship-Based Approach

 Trudi Norman-Murch
(Paper not submitted)

 
Clinical Network: The Challenges of Establishing a New Training Model

 Cheryl Messick

The CWRU-CHSC Partnership: A “Real World” Model of Student Training

 Kathy Chapman
(Paper not submitted)

 
Adopting an Apprenticeship Model in a University Clinic

     Ronald Gillam

The K-TEAM: Empowering Students

 Jane Wegner


 
 

Emerging Issues
 
Future Directrions In The Education Of Speech-Language Pathologists

 Jerry Carney, Sharon Goldsmith

 

 
 
 
 
Workshops
"How To's"








 


Dealing with Budgets: Information for the New Chair

 Nicholas Bankson, John Ferraro, Richard Talbott
 

 
Responding to Market-Driven Changes Impacting the Future Demand for Graduates in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

 Debra Busacco, Arlene Pietranton

 
Developing Partnerships with Business and Government

 Robert Hanyak, Earl Seaver

 
Establishing Admissions Criteria That Go Beyond the Numbers

 Noma Anderson, Maurice Mendel, Edward Thile

 

 
 
 

Banquet Address
 
Reflections on a Career in Communication Disorders

Gerald M. Siegel

 


 

Updates







ASHA Vice-President for Academic Affairs
Noma Anderson
(Paper not submitted)

Standards Council
Jerry Carney

Working Group on Educational Outcomes
Brooke Hallowell
 
 

Miscellaneous






Honors and Awards

Cheryl M. Scott
John Ferraro
John Saxman
 
 

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