Ms. Kay Hagedorn, Director of CSD Clinical Programs, firstjoined the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders as an academic staff member in the fall of 1984, and worked half-time through the fall of 1989.At that time, she taught a variety of courses, including Phonetics and Introduction to Manual Communication, and provided clinical supervision. She continued to work for the Department on an "as needed" basis. Kay earned her baccalaureate in communication disorders from the University of Minnesota-Duluth and her master's degree from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Before joining the Department, she worked as a speech-language pathologist at Sacred Heart Hospital and REACH, Inc. (formerly the Development and Training Center), both in Eau Claire. She also worked in our community providing services to adults with developmental disabilities and the chronically mentally ill population at Chippewa River Industries in Chippewa Falls. Rejoining the staff in 2004, Kay provides clinical supervision for graduate and undergraduate clinicians on campus in the areas of voice and adult language, primarily with developmentally disabled clients, and at off campus sites, and teaches Introduction to Sign Language, Techniques of the Singing and Speaking Voice, Essential Applications in CSD, and Phonetics. This fall Kay will assume directorship of our CCD Clinical Programs.