Access the online application system beginning March 15, 2021. Complete the online application form, upload all of the following materials as PDF documents and submit the entire application package. The application deadline had been extended to 11:59 p.m. EDT, June 1, 2021.
Your recommendation should come from a faculty member and/or mentor who is knowledgeable about your interest in research as a component of your career, and who can address how learning about research through ASHA's ARTA program would benefit your future professional goals. The faculty member should provide the letter to you on letterhead and PDF format for submission.
When speaking with the faculty member who will be writing the letter of recommendation, be sure to:
The person submitting a letter of recommendation on your behalf must hold a research doctoral degree (e.g., PhD) in audiology, hearing science, or a related discipline. They do not need to be employed at the same institution where you are enrolled or hold a faculty appointment within a communication sciences and disorders (CSD) program.
The review panel will use the following selection criteria to rate each application:
Note: Applicants will be reviewed within their degree category (e.g., AuD applicants will be reviewed alongside other AuD applicants).
Applicants will be notified of the outcome of the application review process by August of the year in which they applied.
To receive the complimentary Convention registration, follow the detailed instructions that will be included in the award notification letter. Registration must be completed by the Early Bird deadline.
For specific information about Convention, please refer to the ASHA Convention website for more details.
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