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Drafted by Ray Jackendoff3 January 2003: Approved by members attending the 77th Annual Business Meeting, Atlanta Hilton, Atlanta, Georgia1 July 2003: Adopted by LSA membership in a mail ballot
Drafted by David Perlmutter5 January 2001: Approved by members attending the 75th Annual Business Meeting, Grand Hyatt Hotel, Washington, DC1 July 2001: Adopted by LSA membership in a mail ballot
Many LSA members are linguists affiliated with institutions of higher education, either as students, faculty or visiting scholars. Institutions of higher education play a critical role in advancing the field of linguistics. To address the many issues associated with higher education, the LSA has created the following resources and programs:
Drafted by Gregory Ward3 January 2003: Approved by members attending the 77th Annual Business Meeting, Atlanta Hilton, Atlanta, Georgia1 July 2003: Adopted by LSA membership in a mail ballotWhereas linguists, translators, and interpreters serving at the Defense Language Institute have made important contributions to the nation's defense since the Institute's inception;
The LSA places a high priority both on the diversity of languages and on the intellectual and ethnic diversity of the linguistics profession.

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