September 3, 2013

Congratulations Kate #2

Kate Crowe has just learned that she has been awarded an American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Student Travel Award to attend the 2013 convention in Chicago in November. The award letter stated: 
This award is given to the highest-rated ASHA Convention papers—with a student as first author— in each of the 26 topic categories. The purpose of the SRTA is to highlight the research activities of students and encourage careers in science and research.
The award includes free conference registration and a small stipend to cover some of the travel costs. Congratulations Kate! This conference attracts over 12,000 delegates and there were 2900+ abstracts submitted in 2013.