GSHFoundation Scholars 2022

Announcing Four Second Annual GSHFoundation Scholarship Winners

We are delighted to announce the 2022 GSHFoundation Scholars. These scholarships were awarded to deserving students in the field of speech-language pathology and audiology from under-represented groups and those with financial needs.

Check back in Winter 2022 for the next GSHFoundation Scholarship opportunity!

CONGRATS TO THE 2022 GSHFOUNDATION SCHOLARS!

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Brianna Childs

"This gift has alleviated a lot of stress towards finding the financial resources to cover fees and allows me to dedicate time to my studies, clinical internship, and preparing for the Praxis exam."

School: Georgia State University

Anticipated Degree: M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Anticipated Graduation Date: July 2022

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Farren Smith

"I want to help change this field so that the clinicians that are serving the community match what the community look like."

School: Valdosta State University

Anticipated Degree: M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Anticipated Graduation Date: May 2023

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Jaycie Rollins

"One of my goals as a future speech-language pathologist is to educate minority communities on the speech-language pathology career path to promote more diversity in the field. Thanks to the GSHFoundation, I am one step closer to that goal." 

School: The University of Georgia

Anticipated Degree: M.Ed. in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Anticipated Graduation Date: May 2023

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Nicole Cruz

"I am delighted to have my efforts recognized in being a master's international student in our field. I will do my best to achieve great heights and improve the bilingualism field in Georgia."

School: The University of Georgia

Anticipated Degree: M.A. in Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Anticipated Graduation Date: May 2023