Projects on Multicultural Activities

ASHA recognizes the importance of acknowledging and appropriately responding to cultural and linguistic influences across the discipline. In response to this importance, ASHA has allocated funds for projects on multicultural activities. Multicultural is defined to include issues dealing with race, ethnicity, language, gender or gender identity, age, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and ability. 

See previously funded projects by topic area.

2017 Funded Projects on Multicultural Activities

Addressing Health and Educational Inequities in Tribal Communities Through Targeted Recruitment of American Indian and Alaska Native Early College Students: A Pilot Project 
Joshua Allison-Burbank, University of Kansas Medical Center

BiTech: A Bilingual Academic Vocabulary Approach for Latino Preschoolers
Lucia Méndez, East Carolina University

Háblame Bebé (Talk to me Baby): Reducing the Word Gap and Promoting Bilingualism in Low-Income Hispanic Children
Anne Larson, Utah State University  

Professional Diversity starts with a Diverse Student Body: Social and Institutional Barriers to Recruitment 
Erin Lundblom, University of Pittsburgh

2017 Review Panel

Mark Guiberson
Alicia Hamilton
Soren Lowell
Diane Scott
Debra Vigil

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