American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

2014 Student Research Travel Award (SRTA) Awardees

ASHA offers a Student Research Travel Award (SRTA) for the annual ASHA Convention in order to highlight the research activities of "budding" scientists and encourage careers in science and research. Travel awards of $500 each are available for undergraduate, master's, AuD, and PhD students (at the time of submission) who are first authors on a paper of any of the following session types: (a) technical, (b) poster, (c) one-hour seminar or instructional course, (d) two-hour seminar or instructional course, or (e) short course. View previous awardees.

Ashley Adams
Arizona State University
L2 Proficiency as a Function of L1 Language & Cognitive Abilities: A Mathematical Model

Edna Babbitt
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
Impact of Type & Severity of Aphasia on Outcomes in an Intensive Comprehensive Aphasia Program

Ariel Basden
Florida State University
Preschoolers’ Use of Action, Mental-State, & Linguistic Verbs in Response to Static & Animated Stories

Tamala Bradham
Vanderbilt University
I Can Do 10: Strategies to Crack the ICD-10 Code

Alexandra Brandimore
University of Florida
Respiratory Kinematics & Airflow Associated With Reflex & Voluntary Cough in Healthy Adults

Laura Chapman
Ohio University
Processing Difficult Linguistic Stimuli Evokes More Cognitive Effort: Evidence From Pupillometry

Aniruddha Deshpande
University of Cincinnati
fMRI Predicts Post-Implant Speech-Language Outcomes as Measured by Clinician-Administered Tests

Heidi Drechsler
Wichita State University
Timing of Respiration & Vocalization During the Second Year of Life

Jamesa Ewing
East Tennessee State University
A Proposed Holistic Model of Assessment for Children With Cleft Palate Within the ICF-CY Framework

Megan Foster
Marshall University
Having a Disability in Appalachia: Acceptance as a Function of Social & Cultural Influences

Allison Gladfelter
Purdue University
Children's Production of Words & Nonwords Offers Insights Into the Procedural Deficit Hypothesis in SLI

Olivia Gutierrez
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Reading Profiles & Fatigue Ratings in Children With Hearing Loss

Daphne Hartzheim
Utah State University
Narrative Intervention for Children With Autism: Targeting Core Symptoms

Naomi Hertsberg
University of Iowa
How Teenagers & Fluency Specialists Define Stuttering management: A preliminary Phenomenological Analysis

Caitlin Imgrund
University of Kansas
When Comprehension Is Weaker Than Production: Evidence From Toddlers Born Preterm With Chronic Lung Disease

Sarah Labaz
University of Iowa
Enhancing Communicative Interaction by Training Peers of Children With Autism

Karece Lopez
Graduate Center, City University of New York
Scalar Implicature in High-Functioning Autism: A Case Study

Wendy Mitchell
University of Alberta
The Communication Profile & Quality of Communication in Young Adults With Autism

Thomas Page
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Factors Affecting Early Services for Children With Hearing Loss

Karen Pittenger
Arizona State University
Memory Performance in Military Veteran & Non-Veteran College Students: Preliminary Results

Petros Pravasilis and Lúcia Fisher
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Adapting the CHMIT Into Greek & Spanish

Melissa Randazzo
Teachers College, Columbia University
Absence of Audiovisual Lexical Processing for Phonological Awareness in Children With Reading Difficulty: fMRI Evidence

Isaac Sia
University of Florida
"CYOVP: Create Your Own Virtual Patient (VP)!" VP Creation & Interviewing in Clinical Dysphagia Education

Kimberly Smith
University of South Carolina
Integration of Interrupted Speech & Text: Performance in Single & Dual Modality Conditions

Stephanie Stamps
East Tennessee State University
Survey of Audiologists' Opinions & Practice Regarding Vestibular Assessment & Rehab

Jennifer Thistle
Pennsylvania State University
Preferential Attention Patterns to Humans vs. Animals: Implications for Photograph-Based AAC Displays

Catherine Torrington Eaton
University of Maryland
Speech Sound Disorder & Expressive Vocabulary: Is There a Relationship?

Tessa Wheatley
Nazareth College of Rochester
A Comprehensive Review: Trends, Themes, and Best Practice Guidelines in Social Communication Assessment

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