The American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation invites applications for Student Research Grant in Audiology, supported by the Ira M. Ventry and Brad Friedrich Memorial Funds.
These grants are open to the Students who must be doctoral (research or clinical) degree students enrolled in or accepted for, a study in audiology or hearing science at an academic program in the United States.
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Who May Eligible:
Students must meet the following requirements to be eligible for the Student Research Grant in Audiology:
- Students must be doctoral (research or clinical) degree students enrolled in, or accepted for, a study in audiology or hearing science at an academic program in the United States.
- Students must be enrolled for full-time study for the full academic year.
- Candidates pursuing an entry-level clinical doctorate in audiology must be in a program accredited by, or in candidacy status from, the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
- Proposals must be for research to be initiated in the area of clinical and/or rehabilitative audiology.
How to Apply & Competitions Rules
To win the competition you need to do register through the given link: https://ashfoundation.secure-platform.com/a/solicitations/login/32
- Proposal text should be single-spaced and placed in one PDF document containing all required sections in the order indicated.
- Use the stated titles (below) as section headers and include page numbers.
- Any page(s) exceeding the length limitation will not be considered by the review panel.
- The selected font should be 12 point and uncondensed, and margins should be at least
Sketch (limit 1 page)
Abstract (limit 1 page)
Research Plan (limit 10 pages)
- Specific Aims: Present the problem or issue to be addressed and the specific research question you will investigate.
- The significance of Research: Outline the significance of the existing need and the importance of the proposed study in understanding, remediating, or compensating for the problem.
- Design Methods, Procedures, and Evaluation: Provide both a description and a justification for the study designs, including participants, measurement techniques, instrumentation, data analysis, and evaluation procedures. Address ecological validity, if the type of research warrants this. Address potential challenges that could impact the completion of the study. This section should provide enough detail for reviewers to make informed judgments about the soundness of the proposed research procedures.
- Facilities and Resources: Describe the facilities, resources, and participants available to you for carrying out the proposed study.
- Management Plan and Budget (limit 2 pages)
- Human Subjects (limit 3 pages)
- Bibliography (limit 2 pages)
- Letter of Support
- Biographical Sketch (limit 1 page)
In 2019, up to two grants of $2,000 each will be awarded.
The application will close on May 15, 2019.