TITLE

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

PUB. DATE
February 1987
SOURCE
Spectra;Feb1987, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article reports that the 1987 Speech Communication Association (SCA) Nominating Committee in the U.S. solicits from any member of the association names of possible nominees for the positions of second vice president and member-at-large of the Legislative Council. The person elected SCA second vice president for 1989 will be in charge of member recruitment and will serve as liaison to Sections, Divisions and affiliate organizations. Upon succeeding to the office of first vice president in 1990, the person selected will be in charge of plans for the program at the annual SCA meeting. Upon succeeding to the SCA presidency in 1991. this person will preside over the Legislative Council and its Administrative Committee for that year. The at-large members of the Legislative Council will serve on the principal policy-making body of the Association for three years, beginning in 1989. Three persons will be elected as members-at-large. Any member of SCA may submit names for consideration by the Nominating Committee. Information must be postmarked no later than April 1, 1987. The committee will decide the roster of nominees through a balloting process over the course of the summer and early fall and complete its deliberations at the 1987 convention in Boston.
ACCESSION #
15397724

 

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