TITLE

REPORT OF THE 1984 NOMINATING COMMITTEE

PUB. DATE
January 1985
SOURCE
Spectra;Jan1985, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article presents the nominees for two leadership positions at the Speech Communication Association (SCA) in the U.S. The 1984 SCA Nominating Committee chaired by Ray McKerrow from the University of Maine, submits the following nominations in keeping with Article IV of the SCA Bylaws. Section 6 of Article IV reads in part as follows: "The slate offered by the Nominating Committee shall be distributed to all members of the association at least four months prior to the election. Within three months of the distribution of the slate, any five-hundred members of the association may nominate by petition filed with the Executive Secretary additional nominees whose acceptance of nomination has been certified." Jesse Delia from the University of Illinois and Michael Osborn from Memphis State University are the nominees for SCA second vice-president. Meanwhile, the following SCA members are the nominees for the Legislative Council: Noreen Carrocci from Saint Louis University; Caren Deming from the San Francisco State University; Robert Hopper from the University of Texas-Austin; Sally Jackson from the Michigan State University; Robert Norton from Purdue University; Donovan Ochs from the University of Iowa; and David Zarefsky from the Northwestern University. Only three are to be elected from the nominees.
ACCESSION #
15548941

 

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