Anne Henderson, PhD, OTR, FAOTA, a pediatric clinician and author, educator, and promoter of graduate education, facilitated the establishment of Pi Theta Epsilon, the occupational therapy student honor society, while she was Chair of the Occupational Therapy Department at the University of New Hampshire. Henderson was the founder of one of the first post-professional master of science and doctoral programs in occupational therapy in the world. She co-authored Hand Function in the Child: Foundations for Remediation, which guided pediatric practice by explaining the neurophysiology, neuropsychology, cognitive psychology, and developmental psychology of hand function. Henderson emphasized the need for both basic and applied research and for both qualitative and quantitative methods. In recognition of her leadership and scholarship, she was awarded the Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lecturership in 1988. Read Henderson’s Slagle Lecture.