ASHFoundation Awards $394,500 to Students, Researchers The American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation awarded $394,500 in scholarships or research grants to 47 researchers, students, and clinicians at the Nov. 19 ASHFoundation Breakfast at the 2010 ASHA convention. 2010 New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarship recipients (back row, from left) Julia D. Campbell, University of Colorado at Boulder; Kathleen Faulkner, ... ASHA News
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ASHA News   |   January 01, 2011
ASHFoundation Awards $394,500 to Students, Researchers
The ASHA Leader, January 2011, Vol. 16, 30-31. doi:10.1044/leader.AN2.16012011.30
The ASHA Leader, January 2011, Vol. 16, 30-31. doi:10.1044/leader.AN2.16012011.30
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation awarded $394,500 in scholarships or research grants to 47 researchers, students, and clinicians at the Nov. 19 ASHFoundation Breakfast at the 2010 ASHA convention.
2010 New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarship recipients (back row, from left) Julia D. Campbell, University of Colorado at Boulder; Kathleen Faulkner, University of Washington; Elizabeth Erickson, Purdue University; Lisa LaGorio, University of Florida; Giang T. Pham, University of Minnesota; (front row, from left) Krystal L. Werfel, Vanderbilt University; Mary Beth Schmitt, The Ohio State University; and Jenya Iuzzini, Indiana University.
Clinical Research Grant Program—Advances knowledge of the efficacy of treatment and assessment practices in audiology and speech-language pathology.
  • Shawn S. Goodman, associate professor, The University of Iowa

  • Jennifer Kent-Walsh, associate professor, University of Central Florida

  • Wei Tian, assistant professor, University of Maryland at College Park

New Century Scholars Program-Research Grant—Encourages innovative scientific studies and talented investigators who will advance the field’s research priorities by supporting researchers and doctoral students committed to a teaching/research career.
  • Rita Patel, assistant professor, University of Kentucky

New Century Scholars Program-Doctoral Scholarships—Support students enrolled in a research/teaching doctoral program (PhD or equivalent) who demonstrate academic excellence and a commitment to a teacher-investigator career in the field of communication sciences and disorders.
  • Julia D. Campbell, University of Colorado at Boulder

  • Elizabeth Erickson, Purdue University

  • Kathleen Faulkner, University of Washington

  • Gerasimos Fergadiotis, Arizona State University

  • Jenya Iuzzini, Indiana University

  • Lisa LaGorio, University of Florida

  • Giang T. Pham, University of Minnesota

  • Mary Beth Schmitt, The Ohio State University

  • Krystal L. Werfel, Vanderbilt University

Research Grant for New Investigators—Encourages research activities of new scientists who have earned their latest degree within the past five years.
  • Samuel R. Atcherson, assistant professor, University of Arkansas at Little Rock

  • Henrike Blumenfeld, assistant professor, San Diego State University

  • Baila T. Epstein, assistant professor, Brooklyn College, The City University of New York

  • Esther Kim, assistant professor, University of Alberta

  • Tara McAllister, assistant professor, Montclair State University

  • Lauryn Zipse, assistant professor, MGH Institute of Health Professions

Student Research Grant in Early Childhood Language Development—Supports a research project in child language by a master’s or doctoral student (supported by the Arlene Matkin Memorial Fund and ASHA Special Interest Division 1, Language Learning and Education).
  • Johanna M. Hassink, PhD candidate, Purdue University

Student Research Grant in Audiology—Supports a research project in clinical or rehabilitative audiology by a master’s or doctoral student (supported by the Ira M. Ventry and Brad W. Friedrich Memorial Funds).
  • Ian B. Mertes, AuD/PhD candidate, The University of Iowa

Master’s and Doctoral Scholarships—Awarded to students in communication sciences and disorders who demonstrate academic achievement and promise. Three endowed scholarships give priority to students from minority backgrounds, who have a disability, or who are from outside the United States.
  • Stephannie Brajot, MA candidate, University of Houston

  • Noel Dwyer, AuD candidate, Washington University

  • Jessica Y. Gutierrez, MS candidate, University of Redlands

  • Carie A. Hudson, MEd candidate, North Carolina Central University

  • Julian A. Kuettner, MA candidate, University of Kansas

  • Pui Mei Lam, MEd candidate, The College of St. Rose

  • Aikaterini (Katerina) Ntourou, PhD candidate, Vanderbilt University

  • Sarah Panjwani, MA candidate, University of Texas-Austin

  • Marilyn Stansfield, MA/PhD candidate, Northwestern University

  • Aneesha Virani, PhD candidate, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge (International Scholarship supported by the Kala Singh Memorial Fund)

  • Analydia Gonzales, AuD candidate, University of Arizona (Minority Scholarship, supported by the Minority Fund)

2010 ASHA “Lessons for Success” Research Conference Travel Grants—Awarded in partnership with ASHA and the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders to advance research priorities and research training opportunities (awarded in spring 2010).
  • Monika Kordus, postdoctoral research scholar, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics

  • Kathleen McNerney, research assistant professor, University of Buffalo

  • Diane Ogiela, postdoctoral research fellow, University of Texas at Dallas

  • Lisa Potts, research instructor, Washington University

  • Krystal L. Werfel, doctoral student, Vanderbilt University

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