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Grant Program for Projects on Multicultural Activities

ASHA has had a long-standing commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and recognizes the importance of acknowledging and appropriately responding to cultural and linguistic influences across the discipline. This grant program provides support for the infusion of multiculturalism into our clinical, educational, and professional programs; and the activities of allied/related associations and organizations. 

See previously funded projects by topic area.

2021 Funded Projects on Multicultural Activities

Students Learning About Speech and Hearing (SLASH)

Shyla Miller & Erin Redle Sizemore, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

The Dynamics of Assessment: Rethinking Current Practice

Giselle Nunez, Saint Xavier University

The Culturally S.M.A.R.T. (Student Multicultural Awareness & Research Training) Project

Jennifer Rae Myers & Sulare Telford Rose, University of the District of Columbia

Voice Affirming Communication Therapy for Transgender Clients: Interprofessional Collaboration between Speech-Language Pathology and Counseling Graduate Students

Kristen Victorino, Eileen Fasanella & Michelle Hinkle, William Paterson University of New Jersey

2020 Funded Projects on Multicultural Activities

Adding Confidence to our CCCs: Identifying Barriers and Providing Solutions to Strengthen SLPs’ Service of Bilingual Children

Xigrid Soto, University of Kansas

An nou pale: Helping Haitian Families and Professionals Understand Communication Sciences and Disorders

Martine Elie, Haitian Caucus

Innovative Mentoring and Professional Advancement Through Cultural Training

Lauren Calandruccio, Case Western Reserve University
Jessica Sullivan, Hampton University

Percent Grammatical Utterances in Mandarin-English Bilingual Children: Initial Reference Data and Psychometric Properties

Ling-Yu Guo, SUNY Buffalo
Szu-Han Kay Chen, SUNY Fredonia

ASHA Corporate Partners