Dr. Ted Glattke is the quintessential scholar, investigator, educator and mentor of students and colleagues. His dedication to students, his service to American Indians and children in Mexico, his pioneering research in evoked potentials and otoacoustic emissions, his administrative service to university, local, national and international organizations and his enduring support of colleagues places Dr. Glattke among the most accomplished members of our profession. He has authored, edited, or coedited over 75 scholarly publications and presented more than 200 invited lectures. He has directed the research and degree programs of 51 graduate students, including eight Ph.D dissertations. His core altruistic nature is reflected in his long and sustained service to underserved populations in the United States and Mexico. He sought, obtained and sustained a program at the University of Arizona for the graduate education of American Indian students in communication sciences and disorders. He has served as a member or chair in national and international professional organizations and boards too numerous to list. Dr. Glattke has contributed on the highest and most sophisticated level to audiology’s science, its education of students and professionals, its organizational affairs and its clinical services. His intellect and knowledge, along with his personal grace and humane spirit, are cherished by his colleagues.