James Case Speech and Hearing Scholarship
The James Case Speech and Hearing Scholarship is an operating account within the speech and hearing science program area at the College of Health Solutions. Funding for this scholarship is made possible by contributions to the scholarship fund by alumni, faculty, staff and other donators.
Dr. James Case was an integral faculty member in speech and hearing science at ASU for 31 years. He taught classes, conducted research and provided clinical services and training in the areas of voice and cranio-facial disorders. As a tribute to Dr. Case's contribution to our students and the field of speech-language pathology, the college established the James Case Speech and Hearing Scholarship to provide financial aid to those seeking a profession in the art and science of speech-language pathology.
About the award
The award provides financial assistance to help defray tuition expenses. Award winners must meet all admission eligibility requirements and continue academic progress, as verified by the speech and hearing science program, to receive the award. At present, this award is intended for incoming master's candidates from the ASU undergraduate program.
The James Case Speech and Hearing Scholarship is available to full-time, regularly admitted students entering the Master of Science in communication disorders program. Selection will be decided upon by the awards committee with the intent to recruit strong students into the field of communication disorders. Qualified applicants who have completed their undergraduate work or deficiency course work at ASU are encouraged to apply.
Please submit your electronic application as a single attachment to email@example.com. The applicant needs to submit:
- The SHS award application form
- Resume (1-2 pages)
- Unofficial transcripts
- A brief biography (1-2 pages) addressing the following questions:
- Why do you want to be a speech-language pathologist or audiologist?
- What are your goals?
- Please include information about special financial needs or disabilities in your biography.
- Three letters of recommendation. At least one letter should be from a university faculty member. It is recommended that you also have a letter from a certified speech-language pathologist or audiologist. The referee will send their letter directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. The referee only needs to write one letter even if you are applying to several scholarships.
Save the application (excluding letters of recommendation) in a single document with the file name LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME_NameOfScholarship (i.e. SMITH_JANE_Miller Quintana Moline 2015).
Applications are due no later than Feb. 1. We may encourage strong admission candidates to apply after this deadline. All application materials should be submitted electronically. Paper submissions are not acceptable.
Finalists will be chosen by the awards committee no later than 30 days prior to the award announcement. The committee will then give recommendations for 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.