1. Houston Association for Communication Disorders & TSH Foundation Scholarship - For a UH or TWU-TETN (Region IV) student that has completed at least one
semester of graduate school. November 6 DEADLINE
2. Sara Haynes Endowed Scholarship Fund – Established in 2001, this scholarship is intended for a full-time student in an accredited speech-language pathology program in the state of Texas who demonstrates specific interest in and commitment to clinical interventions with adults with neurogenic disorders. www.tshfoundation.org (scholarship awards). DECEMBER 16 DEADLINE
This Scholarship is funded by The Houston Association for Communication Disorders(HACD) and The Texas Speech-Language and Hearing (TSH) Foundation to a student from UH or TWU-TETN (Region IV).
It is granted to a graduate student who presents with excellent scholastic, clinical and personal attributes.
minimum $1,000 Scholarship
Mary Curl Outstanding Graduate Clinician Scholarship Award
Awarded yearly in April or May to a graduate clinician at the University of Houston
nominated by his/her Clinical Educators
Robbin Parish Memorial Post- Baccalaureate Scholarship Awards
Awarded yearly in April or May to 2 outstanding Post-Baccalaureate Program students who have been accepted into the University of Houston’s Graduate Program in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
These recipients have been chosen for this scholarship award by UH professors.
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Bayland Community Center 69%
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*How members would like to receive handouts:
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Digital download via HACD website 35%
Printed copies at event for $5 10%
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Saturday 9-1 41%
Saturday full day 29%
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(Monday most requested day)
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