Published in SEDL Letter Volume X, Number 3, April 1998, Pulling Together

Wesley A. Hoover, Ph.D.
President and CEO

Joyce S. Pollard, Ed.D.
Director, Office of Institutional Communications

Mimi Mayer, M.F.A.

Anna Hovenden
Editorial Assistant

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