PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE
 

Focus on Action
 
 

Council of Academic Programs
in
Communication Sciences and Disorders
 

2002

Palm Springs, CA
April 25-27, 2002
 
 
 

Edited by
Patricia Hargrove
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
 
 

President
Chair, Executive Board

John M. Hanley, Ph.D.
Western Michigan University

Executive Board

President-Elect
Richard E. Talbott, Ph.D.
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
VP for Research and Academic Development
D. Kimbrough Oller, Ph.D.
University of Maine
Past President
Patrick H. Carney, Ph.D.
University of Tennessee
VP for Professional Development
James J. Mahshie, Ph.D.
Gallaudet University
Secretary
Harriette M. Gregg, Ph.D.
South Carolina State University
VP for Communications
Patricia M. Hargrove, Ph.D.
Minnesota State University, Mankato
Treasurer
Malcolm R. McNeil, Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh
VP for Standards and Credentials
John Saxman, Ph.D.
Columbia University-Teachers College


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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2002 CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

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PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

For Program Directors and Faculty

Working At The Roots Of Our Approach To Work: Action-Focused Strategies For Managing Workload And Enhancing Job Satisfaction

Kirk Hallowell

For Clinic Directors and Faculty: Clinical Models in Supervision

Introductory Comments On Clinical Education: Past & Present

Vicky McCready

Changing Our Approach: An Apprenticeship Model

James Feeny and Kim Lamparelli

Panel Facilitators(no text available)

Vicki McCready, Elizabeth McCrea and Ellen Reuler

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Johm Hanley
President’s Address

John M. Hanley

 


ISSUE I—ADDRESSING AND ENHANCING DIVERSITY IN ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Vicki Deal-Williams
Addressing And Enhancing Diversity In Academic Programs: Overview Of Diversity Concerns

Vicki Deal-Williams

Joe Melcher
Addressing And Enhancing Diversity In Academic Programs: Diversity And Sexual Orientation

Joe Melcher

Barbara Shadden
Addressing And Enhancing Diversity In Academic Programs: Age-Related Issues

Barbara Shadden

Kate Seelman
Addressing And Enhancing Diversity In Academic Programs: Diversity And Disability

Kate Seelman

Small Group Discussions: Issue I

Marcia Bannister

 


ISSUE II—THE PH.D. SHORTAGE IN COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS

D. Kimbrough Oller
Quantitative Background On The Shortage Of Research Doctorates In Communication Sciences And Disorders

D. Kimbrough Oller

Rosalind Scudder
The Ph.D. Shortage In Communication Sciences And Disorders

Rosalind Scudder and Janet Koehnke

(Text not available)

Christopher Moore

Small Group Discussions: Issue II

Marcia Bannister

CLINICAL SWAP SHOP—BRING, BRAG AND SHARE

Sheree Reese, Sherry Sancibrian, and Nancy Alarcon

 


ISSUE III—STRATEGIES FOR IMPLEMENTING NEW STANDARDS IN AUDIOLOGY AND SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY

Sue Hale
The New Standards: A Review For CAPCSD 2002

Sue Hale

Robert Quesal
Curricular Modifications To Meet The 2005 CCC–SLP Standards In A Rural CSD Program (or: Into The Coal Mine......Without A Light)

Robert Quesal

Case Studies, Student Assessment, And ASHA’s New Standards: The Saint Rose Experience

Jack Pickering

Robert Novak
Accreditation Of Education Programs In Speech-Language Pathology And Audiology

Janet Harrison and Robert Novak

Accreditation Of Education Programs In Speech-Language Pathology And Audiology

Hindy Lubinsky

Small Group Discussions: Issue III

Marcia Bannister

 


ACADEMIC AND CLINICAL EXCHANGES

The University Student with Language/Literacy Deficits: Issues and Actions

Kenn Apel and Julie Masterson

Using Problem Based Learning To Teach Mathematics In Communication Sciences And Disorders(Text not available; PowerPoint Presentation is available)

Diane Kewley-Port

Workshop For Chairs: New And Used

John Ferraro and Nicholas Bankson

The Impact Of The New Standards On Undergraduate Education

Daniel Tullos

Using Patient Simulation To Facilitate Student’s Clinical Skills

C. Richard Dean

Recruiting And Selecting Students For Admission To Your Graduate Program

Robert Fox

The Clinical Doctorate in Speech-Language Pathology

Malcolm R. McNeil

CAA/CFCC Update: Implementation of the New Certification Standards(Text not available)

Earl Seaver, Tess Kirsch, and Richard Matthes

HIPPA—Impact on CSD Programs(Text not available)

Alex Johnson

Graduate School: A Time for Transition

Ann Michael

Web-Based Technology for the Clinic(Text not available)

Sheree Reese

 

 


HONORS AND AWARDS

Introductory Remarks

Stephen Oshrin

R. Jane Lieberman
Award of Appreciation: R. Jane Lieberman

Patricia Hargrove

Award of Appreciation: Patricia Hargrove

Elaine McNiece

Award for Distinguished Contributions: Elaine McNiece

John Saxman

Honors of the Council: John Saxman

Singular Publishing Scholarship: Stacy Williams

Diversity Incentive Award: Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology at Long Island University--Brooklyn

 

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAM COMMITTEE

James Mahshie, Chair (Gallaudet University)

Brooke Hallowell, Assistant Chair (Ohio University)

Nancy Alarcon, At Large Committee Member (University of Washington)

Frances Laven, Office Staff