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CAA Vacancy for Audiology Practicioner

Jeffrey Sirianni audioman at hctc.net
Wed Jun 2 23:40:17 EST 1999

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>Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 15:40:20 -0300 (ADT)
>From: George Mencher <mencher at is.dal.ca>
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>for the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology
>and Speech-Language Pathology
>The Nominating Committee for the Council on Academic Accreditation in
>Audiology and Speech Language Pathology (CAA) is soliciting nominations to
>fill one audiology practitioner vacancy on the Council on Academic
>Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.  The position is
>for a term beginning immediately through December 2002.  A slate of
>candidates will be prepared which will consist of two clinical
>audiologists as nominees.  The slate of nominees for the audiology
>practitioner member vacancy will be submitted to the ASHA Executive Board
>which will select one person to serve on the Council.
>The CAA is composed of 11 voting members, including 7 academic members and
>3 clinical practitioners.  Individuals nominated for the practitioner
>vacancy noted above must be from non-academic settings and hold the CCC in
>audiology.  Experience in supervising students and/or clinical fellows is
>desired but not required. 
>The charge to the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and
>Speech-Language Pathology is to:
>1.  Formulate standards for accreditation of graduate educational programs
>that provide entry-level professional preparation in audiology or
>speech-language pathology.
>2.  Evaluate programs that voluntarily apply for accreditation.
>3.  Grant certificates to those programs deemed to have fulfilled
>requirements for accreditation.   
>4.  Maintain a registry of holders of such certificates
>5.  Prepare and furnish to proper persons and agencies lists of accredited
>Individuals interested in serving on the CAA should be familiar with the
>above charge to understand the responsibilities involved.  Service on the
>Council will require commitment and time.  It is anticipated that council
>members may devote up to 4-6 hours per week for CAA activities.
>Nominations forms are available from the National Office, c/o Academic
>Accreditation Office or on the ASHA website (www.asha.org). Responses
>should be typewritten and restricted to the space provided on the form.
>Questions should be addressed to Dr. George T. Mencher (902-494-3511 or
>mencher at is.dal.ca) or Patti Tice, Director of Credentialing at ASHA
>(301-897-0140 or ptice at asha.org).  All completed nomination forms must be
>submitted by fax or mail by July 15, 1998 to the address below. 
>George T. Mencher, PhD
>Chair, CAA Nominating Committee
>c/o Academic Accreditation Section
>10801 Rockville Pike
>Rockville, MD 20852
>FAX:  301-571-0481

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