The Cerasoli Lectureship recognizes physical therapists who have a record of leadership and service, and who have Òvision and insight regarding the profession of physical therapy and the implications for the future of physical therapy education.Ó Cerasoli lecturers often choose provocative topics to stimulate thoughtful change in physical therapy education practices and structures, including calls for dramatic action. In this session, speakers will ask past lecturers to examine what has changed in physical therapy education since the time their lectures were given. They will revisit their lectures from a critical lens to ask: What progress has been made relative to their calls for action and change? Were there premises or assumptions at the time that no longer hold true? What is the work that has to be done now?