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The Marilyn Miller Quintana Moline Fellowship is a permanent endowment for the Department of Speech and Hearing Science. Funding for this scholarship is made possible by annual earnings of the Arizona State University Foundation account and by memorial gifts.
Marilyn Miller Quintana Moline served as the director of Speech Pathology Services at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center and on the Arizona Speech and Hearing Association executive board. Her desire to help others was evident in her love for treating neurologically-impaired patients as well as her abilities to mentor new clinicians and students.
As a tribute to her memory, her husband, John R. Moline, established the Marilyn Miller Quintana Moline Fellowship Endowment to provide financial aid to those seeking a profession in the art and science of speech-language pathology.
The award provides financial assistance to help defray educational expenses. Award winners must meet all departmental admission eligibility requirements and continue academic progress, as verified by the chair of the Department of Speech and Hearing Science, to receive the award. At present, this award is intended for master's or PhD students.
The Marilyn Miller Quintana Moline Fellowship is available to new and continuing full-time, regularly admitted students in either the Master of Science program in communication disorders or the PhD program in speech and hearing science with a specialization in speech-language pathology. Selection will be decided upon by the academic faculty with the intent to recruit strong students into the field of communication disorders. Qualified applicants who have a disability are encouraged to apply.
Please submit your electronic application as a single attachment to email@example.com. The applicant needs to submit:
Save the application in a single document with the file name LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME_Miller Quintana Moline 2015 (i.e. SMITH_JANE_Miller Quintana Moline 2015).
Applications are due no later than Feb. 1. The department may encourage strong admission candidates to apply after this deadline. All application materials should be submitted electronically. Paper submission are not acceptable.
Finalists will be chosen by the department's awards committee no later than 30 days prior to the award announcement. The committee will then give recommendations to the department chair who will make the final selection. The award will be announced as part of an annual awards ceremony in April. Recipients and donors will be encouraged to attend this event.