American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

icon_NSSLHAHonorsPast Recipients of NSSLHA Honors

The Honors of NSSLHA is the highest award bestowed by the Association. It is presented to those individuals and organizations who, through their work with students, have made significant contributions to both the Association and to the discipline of human communication sciences and disorders.

2013
Marilyn Dunham Wark, MA, CCC-SLP, ASHA Fellow, director of speech-language pathology services, clinical professor at the University of Memphis speech and hearing department, past NSSLHA Consultant for Educational Programming (2006–2013), and past NSSLHA Chapter Advisor at the University of Memphis (1987–2006).
2012
Carlin F. Hageman, PhD, CCC-SLP, current Executive Director on the NSSLHA Executive Council, Professor, University of Northern Iowa
2011
Judith Keller, former Chapter Advisor at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) and NSSLHA Convention Consultant 2000–2006
2010
Dale Evan Metz, PhD, NSSLHA Editor 2004–2010
2009
ASHA Board of Division Coordinators
2008
Patricia Cole, PhD, CCC-SLP, National Institutes of Health
2007
Leonard LaPointe, PhD, Florida State University
2006
Alex Johnson, PhD, CCC-SLP, ASHA President 2006, Wayne State University
2005
Edward G Contoure, PhD, Vanderbilt University
2004
Lynn K. Flahive, MS, NSSLHA Executive Director 1999–2004, Texas Tech University
2003
Malcolm R. McNeil, PhD, University of Pittsburgh
2002
Vicki Deal-Williams, MS, Chief Staff Officer Multicultural Affairs, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
2001
John Bernthal, PhD, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
2000
Anthony J. Caruso, PhD, NSSLHA Editor, Kent State University
1999
Noma B. Anderson, PhD, Howard University
1998
Brian Shulman, PhD, Seton Hall University
1997
Clyde R. Willis, PhD, Bowling Green State University (Ohio)
1996
Sister Charleen Bloom, PhD, College of Saint Rose in Albany New York
1995
Richard A. Forcucci, PhD, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
1994
Charlena M. Seymour, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
1993
Frederick T. Spahr, Executive Director, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
1992
Dean Garstecki, PhD
1991
Eugene N. Cooper, PhD
1990
No recipient
1989
No recipient
1988
Nicholas W. Bankson, PhD, Boston University
1987
C. Cordelia Brong, PhD
1986
Charles Van Riper, PhD
1985
Clyde Willis, PhD
1984
Margaret C. Byrne, PhD, University of Kansas
1983
Eugene T. MacDonald, PhD, Pennsylvania State University

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