The ASHFoundation Celebrates Students Of the $637,000 in scholarships and research grants awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation at its annual Founders Breakfast at the ASHA Convention in November 2017, $240,000 went to the next generation of students in communication sciences and disorders (CSD). The clinical achievement award and research grant recipients appeared in ... ASHA News
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The ASHFoundation Celebrates Students
The ASHA Leader, January 2018, Vol. 23, 68. doi:10.1044/leader.AN7.23012018.68
The ASHA Leader, January 2018, Vol. 23, 68. doi:10.1044/leader.AN7.23012018.68
Of the $637,000 in scholarships and research grants awarded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation at its annual Founders Breakfast at the ASHA Convention in November 2017, $240,000 went to the next generation of students in communication sciences and disorders (CSD).
The clinical achievement award and research grant recipients appeared in the November and December 2017 issues of the Leader.
New Century Scholars Doctoral Scholarships ($10,000 each) support research/training doctoral students (PhD or equivalent) who demonstrate academic excellence and a commitment to a CSD teacher-investigator career. Recipients (all PhD students) were:
  • Laura S. Coco, University of Arizona

  • Robert B. Fujiki, Purdue University

  • Jeffrey P. Johnson, Boston University

  • Emily E. Kimball, Vanderbilt University

  • Marika R. King, Georgia State University

  • Lauren L. Madhoun, Ohio State University

  • Jena C. McDaniel, Vanderbilt University

  • Shae D. Morgan, University of Utah

  • Trianna K. Oglivie, University of Arizona

  • Rachel D. Reetzke, University of Texas at Austin

  • Jaclyn R. Schurman, University of Maryland

  • Sharon S. Tang, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • Thelma E. Uzonyi, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Caitlin J. Vose, Arizona State University

General Graduate Student Scholarships ($5,000 each) are awarded to master’s and doctoral CSD students who demonstrate academic achievement and promise. Recipients were:
  • Kristina N. Bustamante, Florida State University

  • Logan G. Faust, James Madison University

  • Elizabeth A. Ingrassia, Columbia University

  • Bradley M. Kimbel, University of Louisville

  • Renee E. King, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • Kami L. Kubler, James Madison University

  • Vidisha G. Mohad, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  • Corinne P. Streicher, Michigan State University

  • Yihsin Tai, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Emily C. Thompson, Vanderbilt University

  • VaRysa C. Williams, Gallaudet University

  • Mary Claire Wofford, Florida State University

  • Loris Yoon, Eastern Michigan University

Three scholarship categories give special priority to students with specific qualifications.
International Student Scholarships (supported by the Kala Singh Memorial Fund):
  • Niloofar Akhavan, San Diego State University/University of California, San Diego

  • Pumpki Lei Su, Vanderbilt University

Minority Student Scholarships (supported by the Minority Scholarship Fund):
  • Jade K. Clark, University of Cincinnati

  • Maricela Cortes, California State University, Sacramento

NSSLHA Scholarships (supported by the National Student Speech Language Pathology Association Scholarship Fund):
  • Bridget K. Coologhan, Ohio University

  • Carolyn A. Nguyen, University of Florida

  • Rebecca A. Skakal, Marywood University

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