I start this column by pointing out two items in this issue of Acoustics Today (AT) that I think may be of particular interest to all Acoustical Society of America (ASA) members. First, although I normally do not point members to the “From the President” column, I am doing so for this column since ASA President Stan Dosso (see page 10) presents very important, interesting, and useful information about the ASA budget that every member might want to read.
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Free Reeds: An Intertwined Tale of Asian and Western Musical Instruments – Jonas Braasch and James P. Cottingham
Listening to the Beat of New Ocean Technologies for Harvesting Marine Energy – Joseph Haxel, Christopher Bassett, Brian Polagye, Kaustubha Raghukumar, and Cailene Gunn
How Do Computers Understand Human Speech? – Douglas O’Shaughnessy
David Geffen Hall and the Evolution of Acoustics at Lincoln Center – Paul H. Scarbrough
From the Musicians’ Perspective: A Brief History of Stage Acoustics – E. K. Ellington Scott
Conversation with a Colleague: – Andy Piacsek
Vantage 2023: A Report on the Acoustical Society Foundation Fund – James H. Miller
Effective Leadership – Tracianne B. Neilsen, Kathleen E. Wage, Arezoo Talebzadeh, and Anna Diedesch
My Journey into Underwater Acoustics – Gail Scowcroft