The Emeritus Award
The Emeritus Award was established in 2002 from an endowment funded by an emeritus CSD faculty member. This award recognizes outstanding academic achievement. Students are nominated by faculty members for these 2 awards each year. The competition begins in the Fall Term.
The Audrey Holland Endowed Award
The Audrey Holland Endowed Award is designated to support undergraduate and graduate students to design and conduct research in the Department of Communication Science and Disorders. The awardee may use the award for research related supplies and equipment, subject participation, statistical support, travel to present research findings, and other related items. Students self-nominate for this award. Please click here for the current application.
The Carol E. Lang and Howard N. Lang, MD Scholarship for the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Award
The Carol E. Lang and Howard N. Lang Award was established in 2013 to provide tuition support for students pursuing a master’s degree in Communication Science and Disorders with a specialization in speech language pathology. Recipients must be a resident of one of the following counties: Allegheny, Beaver, Bedford, Butler, Fayette, Green, Indiana, Somerset, Washington or Westmoreland, and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Recipients may re-apply for the scholarship in subsequent years if the recipient continues to meet all eligibility requirements.
The Lisa Levy Award
The Lisa Levy Award was originally established in 1985 to recognize outstanding clinical achievement. Students are nominated by faculty members for these two annual awards.
The Bernard Rousseau Student Resource Fund in Communication Science and Disorders Award
The Bernard Rousseau Student Resource Fund was established in 2020 to provide support for education-related expenses for students in the Department of Communication Science and Disorders, including, but not limited to, books, lab fees and travel. The fund will be administered with a preference for individuals from underrepresented groups within the school.
Industry Sponsored Scholarships
There are also several Graduate Student Scholarships sponsored by ASHA. For information on any of these opportunities click here.
EBS is a unique company founded by speed-language pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists and special education directors. Periodically, they offer scholarship opportunities. Please check their scholarships by clicking here.