Faculty, Students Receive Research Career Development Awards Ten faculty members have received 2018 Advancing Academic Research Careers (AARC) awards, and 11 students have received 2016 Students Preparing for Academic Research Careers (SPARC) awards. The AARC program is designed to support the development of the academic and research programs of new faculty. The recipients are Jessica Caron, Penn ... ASHA News
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Faculty, Students Receive Research Career Development Awards
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ASHA News   |   October 01, 2018
Faculty, Students Receive Research Career Development Awards
The ASHA Leader, October 2018, Vol. 23, 62. doi:10.1044/leader.AN6.23102018.64
The ASHA Leader, October 2018, Vol. 23, 62. doi:10.1044/leader.AN6.23102018.64
Ten faculty members have received 2018 Advancing Academic Research Careers (AARC) awards, and 11 students have received 2016 Students Preparing for Academic Research Careers (SPARC) awards.
The AARC program is designed to support the development of the academic and research programs of new faculty. The recipients are Jessica Caron, Penn State University; Tepanta Fossett, Loyola University Maryland; Kendrea Garand, University of South Alabama; Sarah Leopold, Utah State University; Peter Meulenbroek, University of Kentucky; Kathleen Nagle, Seton Hall University; Ashwini Namasivayam-MacDonald, Adelphi University; Arnold Olszewski, Miami University; Eun Jin Paek, University of Tennessee; Meredith Saletta, University of Iowa.
The SPARC program aims to cultivate student interest in doctoral-level faculty-research careers. Recipients are Samantha Ayala, New York University; Sydney Bassard, University of South Carolina; Clare Benes, Texas Christian University; Michael Campbell, University of New Mexico; Laine Cialdella, New York University; Logan Douglass, University of South Carolina; Megan Hirsch, Florida State University; Brianna Johnson, University of Maryland-College Park; Colleen O’Brien, Long Island University AuD Consortium; Victoria Sampson, Miami University; Victoria Showalter, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.
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