From the Editor… I never personally met Carl Crandell, but I wish I had. Carl C. Crandell, PhD, died at the age of 47 on December 6, 2005. Dr. Crandell was a Professor of Audiology at the University of Florida. His research focused on speech perception, hearing aids, and classroom acoustics. It ... Editorial
Editorial  |   July 01, 2006
From the Editor…
 
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  • Brian A. Goldstein, PhD, Editor. E-mail: lshss@temple.edu
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Editorial
Editorial   |   July 01, 2006
From the Editor…
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, July 2006, Vol. 37, 155. doi:10.1044/0161-1461(2006/017)
 
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, July 2006, Vol. 37, 155. doi:10.1044/0161-1461(2006/017)
I never personally met Carl Crandell, but I wish I had. Carl C. Crandell, PhD, died at the age of 47 on December 6, 2005. Dr. Crandell was a Professor of Audiology at the University of Florida. His research focused on speech perception, hearing aids, and classroom acoustics. It is because of this last area of expertise that I became acquainted with Dr. Crandell. Our acquaintance was forged through cyberspace (i.e., e-mail). In my duties as Editor of this journal, I asked Dr. Crandell to serve as a Guest Associate Editor for a paper on classroom acoustics that was submitted to the journal. Guest Associate Editors are solicited, for example, when none of the standing Associate Editors has particular expertise in an area. The Editor relies heavily on the knowledge of that individual, especially if the paper is outside his/her own area of research. In the case of this specific paper, I leaned heavily on Dr. Crandell’s guidance for my own review. Serving as an Associate Editor requires the individual to coordinate the peer review of the article. Thus, he had to select reviewers, independently read the paper, and then incorporate the reviewers' comments into his own review. This particular paper went through two rounds of review; thus, Dr. Crandell had to repeat this process a second time. Because of his guidance and feedback to the authors, the paper was ultimately published.
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