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Communicologist 

The Communicologist is the official bi-monthly newsletter of the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association (TSHA), and is a forum for distributing current information relevant to the practices of speech-language pathology and audiology across the state. The newsletter provides the TSHA membership with the latest news from the Executive Board and Task Forces, as well as information about regional associations, distinguished service providers, the TSHA Annual Convention, and committee honors and nominations. The Communicologist also contains advertisements of interest to the field.

Communicologist Editors

Peggy Kipping
publications@txsha.org

Jan Lougeay
Lougeay@utdallas.edu

Lisa Carver
lisa_slp@msn.com 

Guidelines for Submissions

  • The deadline for submission is one month prior to the mail date of the next publication. The Communicologist is mailed on the first day of December, February, April, June, August, and October.
  • Submissions may include original photos for publication, “around the state” items, Task Force reports (after approval by monitoring Vice President), information on regional associations, and Texas authors.
  • Send submissions to the TSHA Headquarters or the appropriate editor. Ad copy may be sent by email or on CD or USB flash drive to TSHA Headquarters by the deadlines listed above. Contact the TSHA for specific file requirements. Electronic submissions are preferred. Call 888-SAY-TSHA or email staff@txsha.org with questions.
  • Display advertisements must be camera-ready. Specify issue date(s) when sending artwork and fill out the Advertising Form. 
  • Display advertising may include:
    • Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) or audiologists seeking employment
    • Employers with speech-language pathology jobs available
    • SLPs or audiologists offering to sell/buy professional goods/services
    • Vendors servicing the practices of speech-language pathology or audiology
    • Universities or educational/training entities offering programs or services relevant to speech-language pathology or audiology. 

Current Issues

2015


Archive Issues

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004 

2003