TITLE

SUMMARY MINUTES

PUB. DATE
April 1971
SOURCE
Spectra;Apr1971, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents the summary of minutes of the meeting of the U.S. Speech Communication Association Legislative Council held from December 27 to 30, 1970 in New Orleans, Louisiana. SCA President Donald C. Bryant called the meeting to order and review the special composition of the 1970 council. Stanley Paulson was elected as member of the Association Nominating Committee, while Coleman Bender, Samuel Dudley and Frank E. X. Dance were selected for the undesignated council seats for the 1971-73 period. Moreover, it was moved and seconded that the Council approve the report of the Board of Finance, including the revised budget and projected budget for the 1971 fiscal year. Wayne N. Thompson, chairman of the Publications Board, moved that the Legislative Council instruct the Committee on Committees to retain the present size and structure of the Publications Board. With reference to an action taken by the Administrative Committee at its October 1970 meetings, Research Board Chairman Carroll C. Arnold moved that said action be amended to read, as agents of the Legislative Council or its Administrative Committee, the SCA Boards shall have the responsibility for developing fundable proposals which include the designation of project directors, if required, in consultation with the Board of Publications. Malcolm Sillars reported on plans for the 1971 Summer Conference. Moreover, it was moved and seconded that the Administrative Committee be asked to explore the feasibility of SCA sponsoring the creation and promulgation of in-service materials. Ernest Ettlich, who heads a committee authorized by the Administrative Committee to explore the feasibility of the creation of speech departments in conjunction with SCA, reported the outcomes of a meeting held with a group of department chairmen. A proposal from the Young Turks was also introduced.
ACCESSION #
15536965

 

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