Congratulations to Anna Cosgrove, a doctoral student in audiology, who was recently awarded a T35 Traineeship* to conduct research this summer working with Dr. Gabrielle Saunders at the National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research in Portland, Oregon.
She will be working on a study examining the role of the use of personal amplifiers on the results from cognitive assessments used with patients who have hearing loss.
*The T35 program is a highly competitive prestigious three-month summer research traineeship award held at four different research-intensive institutions within the United States. The program is funded by the National Institutes of Health and is designed to encourage audiology students to pursue careers in research. In this program, Anna is matched with a research mentor and will devote her summer pursuing a research project on a full-time basis. Anna will also attend weekly journal clubs, research seminars, and courses on responsible conduct in research.
Arnold Munoz Receives Prestigious T35 Summer Research Fellowship
Congratulations to Arnold Munoz, a doctoral student in audiology, who was recently awarded a T35 Traineeship to conduct research this summer at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. The T35 program is a prestigious three-month summer research traineeship held at four different research-intensive institutions within the United States. The program is funded by the National Institutes of Health and is designed to encourage audiology students to pursue careers in research. In this program, Arnold is matched with a research mentor and will devote his summer to pursuing a research project on a full-time basis. Arnold will also attend weekly journal clubs, research seminars, and courses on responsible conduct in research. Notably, Arnold is the first student from the AuD program at Montclair State University to apply for and receive this highly competitive award.
Katherine Kleban Recognized with ARTA Award from ASHA
Congratulations to Katherine Kleban who was awarded the 2013 Audiology/Hearing Science Research Travel Award (ARTA) to attend the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention held in the great city of Chicago, Illinois on November 14-16, 2013. The ARTA award is for students who are interested in expanding their knowledge in audiology and/or hearing science.
Eligibility for this award includes students who have not previously won the award and who are currently enrolled in a clinical doctoral degree program (AuD), a research doctoral degree program (PhD), or a combined clinical doctoral/research doctoral degree program (AuD/PhD).
The objectives of this award are to learn about the latest research in audiology, make connections with leaders in the field, meet and network with peers, learn about mechanisms and strategies to further research interests and to experience the ASHA Convention.
Ms. Kleban received a stipend of $500 and a complimentary registration for the ASHA Annual Convention. Congratulations Katherine for a job well done!
Nicole Gerber named the inaugural Arlene Linetzky Outstanding Clinician Award
We will hold our first Clinic Awards Banquet on Thursday, November 21st at 7:00 p.m.
It is with great pride that we announce the first recipient of the Arlene Linetzky Outstanding Clinician Award to Nicole Gerber. Congratulations Nicole for making a difference in the lives of the clients that you serve. We also recognize the positive impact that you have on your fellow students in our program. We will also be honoring two clients from our clinic. These two clients will be honored as Most Inspirational Client, adult and child. We look forward to seeing all of our clinicians, faculty and staff at the banquet!
EWNJ selects Jessica Schoenberg to receive a merit award
Jessica Schoenberg, a graduate student in the master’s program in Speech Language Pathology, was selected by the Executive Women of New Jersey (EWNJ) to receive their Merit Award. The award carries recognition by the EWNJ and a scholarship. Congratulations to Jessica. For more information concerning the award please see the EWNJ Scholarship program page.
Corrine Ulrich awarded Scholarship
Corrine Ulrich, a master’s student in the Speech-Language Pathology Program in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, was nominated and selected by the department to receive an Award for Graduate Students from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. This award from the Dean is given in memory of a past faculty member, Dr. Ernest B. Fincher.