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On June 29, 2023, the U.S. Supreme Court held that consideration of individual student race for admissions violated the Fourteenth Amendment's Equal Protection Clause and that all colleges and universities that receive federal financial assistance must comply with this clause. In this presentation, we will discuss what this decision means for admissions practices and related areas in CSD programs. For decades, the professions of audiology and speech-language pathology have been committed to ensure the preparation of professionals who understand and can meet the unique challenges of our clients from all backgrounds. While it is critical for university programs to comply with the law, it also is important for programs to use all legally permissible methods to achieve the student body diversity articulated in their mission and goals. The manner in which programs do this will likely be influenced by the local culture and legal environment.
- Explain the specific findings of the June 2023 SCOTUS ruling on affirmative action.
- Identify which practices are legal and illegal in college admissions practices.
- Examine legally permissible methods to promote inclusion and diversity in CSD admissions practices.
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Time Ordered Agenda
1:00 - 1:15 PM ET Discussion of SCOTUS Ruling
1:15 - 1:30 PM ET Discussion and activities for admissions practices that are versus are not legally permissible
1:30 - 1:40 PM ET Discussion of the influences of local cultures and legal environments
1:40 - 2:00 PM ET Q & A
Julie Masterson, Ph.D.
Missouri State University
Julie Masterson is Associate Provost- Dean of the Graduate College and Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Missouri State University. She holds various leadership positions for the Council of Graduate Schools and the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools and is on the advisory committees of the Education Testing Service (formerly GRE), and ProQuest. Julie was president of CAPCSD and member of the CSDCAS committee, and she served as VP for Research for ASHA and a trustee for the ASHF. She received the Honors of the Association from ASHA in 2015, from CAPCSD in 2018, and was named one the region’s Most Influential Women by Springfield Business Journal in 2017.
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