ASHFoundation Awards Student Scholarships Of the nearly $740,000 in scholarships and grants awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation at its annual Founders Breakfast in November 2016, $250,000 went to the newest generation of student scholars in communication sciences and disorders (CSD). The clinical achievement award and research grant recipients appeared in the November and ... ASHA News
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ASHFoundation Awards Student Scholarships
The ASHA Leader, January 2017, Vol. 22, 66. doi:10.1044/leader.AN13.22012017.66
The ASHA Leader, January 2017, Vol. 22, 66. doi:10.1044/leader.AN13.22012017.66
Of the nearly $740,000 in scholarships and grants awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation at its annual Founders Breakfast in November 2016, $250,000 went to the newest generation of student scholars in communication sciences and disorders (CSD). The clinical achievement award and research grant recipients appeared in the November and December 2016 issues.
New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarships ($10,000 each), funded by the “Dreams and Possibilities” campaign, support research/training doctoral students (PhD or equivalent) who demonstrate academic excellence and a commitment to a CSD teacher-investigator. Recipients (all PhD students) were:
  • Beatriz Barragan, Arizona State University

  • Milijana Buac, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • Laura R. Chapman, Ohio University

  • Julie Cohen, University of Maryland

  • Claire E. Cordella, Harvard University

  • Marziye Eshghi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Lisa M. Fitton, Florida State University

  • Zoi Gkalitsiou, University of Texas at Austin

  • Hannah A. Glick, University of Colorado, Boulder

  • David J. Hajjar, Ohio University

  • Naomi Hertsberg, University of Iowa

  • Hannah M. Julien, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

  • Cagla Kantarcigil, Purdue University

  • Kwang Seob Kim, University of Washington

  • Erin L. Meier, Boston University

  • Rocio S. Norman, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • Evan R. Usler, Purdue University

General Student Scholarships ($5,000 each), funded by contributions to the annual fund, are awarded to CSD students who demonstrate academic achievement and promise. Recipients were:
  • Lauren S. Baron, MGH Institute of Health Professions

  • Rachel E. Campell, Boston University

  • Kimberly R. Dahar, University at Buffalo

  • Jacqueline L. Fisher, Case Western Reserve University

  • Teresa M. Girolamo, University of Kansas

  • Rachel Hoge, Florida State University

  • Brittany N. Krekeler, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • Jacob D. McKinley, University of Missouri

  • Matthew W. Richardson, Northern Arizona University

  • Martha H. Sherrill, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Alexandra K. Simeur, Northwestern University

  • Caroline M. Traub, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Three scholarship categories give special priority to students with specific qualifications.
International Scholarships (supported by the Kala Singh Memorial Fund):
  • An T. Dinh, Ohio University

  • Svenja Gusewski, University of Texas at Dallas

  • Anna Tendera, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Minority Scholarships (supported by the Minority Scholarship Fund):
  • Maria A. Binger, University of Maryland

  • Adetutu A. Ogundare, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions

  • Maja E. Whitaker, Marquette University

NSSLHA Scholarships (supported by the NSSLHA Scholarship Fund):
  • Angela W. Hovey, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

  • Emily K. Runnoe, Marquette University

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