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Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine

Speech and Hearing Sciences

Scholarships

SCHOLARSHIPS

The Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences is proud to offer the following scholarship awards to undergraduate and graduate speech & hearing sciences students.

J. RICHARD FRANKS SCHOLARSHIP FOR NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENTS IN SPEECH AND HEARING SCIENCES

  • 2017: Megan Beierly

EDWARD GWIN SCHOLARSHIP IN SPEECH AND HEARING SCIENCES

The Edward Gwin Scholarship in Speech and Hearing Sciences is awarded to a junior with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.4, demonstrating leadership potential and considered by the Speech and Hearing Sciences faculty to present great potential for success in the areas of clinical practice or research within the field of communication sciences and disorders.

  • 2017: Rebecca Hibben
  • 2016: Natalie Hoogner
  • 2015: Brenna Hendrickson
  • 2014: Jessica Jones
  • 2013: McKenzie Dejarlais

MAYNARD L. DAGGY SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is awarded to a junior majoring in Speech and Hearing Sciences based on academic excellence, department or university leadership, and/or community outreach.

  • 2017: Shannon Carrothers
  • 2016: Angel Candido
  • 2015: Haille Heid
  • 2014: Hannah Matalone
  • 2013: Sarah Story
  • 2012: Hannah Visscher
  • 2011: Belinda Crowson
  • 2010: Krista Meyer
  • 2009: Kathleen Martell
  • 2008: Ainsley Nix
  • 2007: Kayla Kilpatrick
  • 2006: Linsey Baker
  • 2005: Megan Gumke
  • 2004: Carey Olson
  • 2003: Tracy Behler
  • 2002: Amy Williams
  • 2001: Karla Compton
  • 2000: Andrea Schmick
  • 1999: Kaari Smith
  • 1998: Amy Lynn Boyden
  • 1997: Jennifer M. Ware
  • 1996: Nicole Archambault
  • 1995: Janet Jean Mundell
  • 1994: Suzanne Marie Sauer
  • 1993: Suzanne Jane Steffens
  • 1992: Erin Kay Davies

LYNN B. LARRIGAN SCHOLARSHIP (1992-2010)

This award recognizes an outstanding senior clinician in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences who exhibits well-rounded clinical, academic, and extracurricular activities. The amount of this scholarship varies annually and is funded in part by the local National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA) chapter. The recipient is chosen by the local NSSLHA chapter members with guidance provided by faculty members.

  • 2010: Elizabeth Van Hollebeke (Aud.), Stacie Schultz (SLP)
  • 2009: Danielle Nelson
  • 2008: Malorie Olson (Aud.), Krista Burton (SLP)
  • 2007: Carmen Sorweide, Jessica Flikke
  • 2006: Anne McGrew
  • 2005: Kevin Liebe (Aud.), Maurita Birkland (SLP)
  • 2004: Kerry Hansen
  • 2003: Lisa Barbre
  • 2002: Ronee Deahl
  • 2001: Britt Elstrom
  • 2000: Elizabeth Krucker
  • 1999: Amy M. Moore
  • 1998: Jenifer Hankins
  • 1997: Renee Dempsey
  • 1995: Sommer Kleweno
  • 1994: Aaron Stanton
  • 1993: Rachel Tapper
  • 1992: Candace Ackerman