ASHA Convention Student Research Travel Award (SRTA)

Purpose

To highlight the research activities of student scientists and encourage careers in science and research, ASHA awards students who are first authors of papers that are top-rated across the Convention topic areas by the Convention Program Committee.

Award recipients are recognized at the Researcher-Academic Town Meeting and receive a $500 stipend and complimentary ASHA Convention registration. Stipends are disbursed post-Convention.

Eligibility & How to Qualify

Submit a proposal through the online Call for Papers for the ASHA Convention. No additional application is required. To be eligible for consideration, the Call for Papers proposal must specify the following:

  • First Author Information:
          • is a Presenting Author
          • is a student and indicates the degree program in which the first-author student is enrolled (e.g., undergraduate student [current], PhD student [current], etc.).
        • The Abstract Type is research.

        Submissions that meet the above criteria and receive the highest rating from the Convention Program Committee in their Convention topic areas will be considered. ASHA will present up to 25 Student Research Travel Awards to the student first-authors.

        Awardees are selected solely on the basis of their Convention submission and will be notified in August.

        View previous SRTA recipients.

        Requirements

        • Attend the 2019 ASHA Convention, November 21–23, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
        • Present your paper at the assigned time (as noted on the Convention website).
        • Attend at least one of these research-related sessions during the Convention.

        For additional information, please contact ASHA's Academic Affairs and Research Education Team at research@asha.org.

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