Interested in research and participating in the ASHA Convention? Apply for the ARTA, which opens March 15!
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ASHA sponsors the Audiology/Hearing Science Research Travel Award (ARTA) for audiology students and postdoctoral fellows interested in expanding their knowledge of research in audiology and/or hearing by attending the ASHA Convention in November. Experience the excitement of learning and sharing with others in attendance!
ARTA is part of ASHA's Academic and Research Mentoring (ARM) Network. The ARM Network offers programs for those who are considering, launching, and advancing academic-research careers in communication sciences and disorders (CSD). ASHA measures the impact of these programs by collecting participant outcomes data.
An individual is eligible to apply if they are enrolled in one of the following by the date of the annual Convention:
If you have previously been awarded the ARTA, you must be in a different education stage than you were during your past participation (e.g., you were originally in an AuD program and are now in a PhD program). When selecting participants, ASHA will give preference to those who have not previously participated.
Additionally, individuals may only apply to one of the following programs per year:
Awardees must attend the in-person ASHA Convention in Boston, Massachusetts. Each awardee will receive complimentary registration for the ASHA Convention and a stipend of $750 to offset the cost of travel.
The award program will be robust, and responsibilities include attendance at several key, pre-selected events and sessions, which will occur before and during Convention. Awardees should plan to attend the entirety of the ASHA Convention. Awardee required events might include the following:
Other Convention opportunities of interest might include the following:
Applicants must complete an online application form, upload several PDF documents, and submit the entire application package by the established deadline. See the application instructions for details on required documents and the application deadline.
Questions? E-mail email@example.com.
Interested in serving as a reviewer? At a minimum, reviewers must hold a PhD in audiology, hearing science, or a related discipline and have a faculty appointment. Additional requirements may apply. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.