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The SAA, AAA Foundation, and its generous sponsors offer numerous educational opportunities for audiology graduate students. Currently, there are five (5) scholarship programs open for applications and one (1) research grant opportunity. Please see below for more information and due dates.

Individual Scholarships

Continued Achievement Scholarship This $2,000 scholarship is awarded to two (2) students who show exceptional promise in providing outstanding patient care as a clinical audiologist. The Continued Achievement Scholarship Program is generously sponsored by AudiologyOnline. Applications are due on April 30.

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Empowering Students Scholarship This $5,000 scholarship is awarded to six (6) students who show exceptional promise as a clinical audiologist. $30,000 in scholarship funds are available; up to $20,000 are designated for Black students. This scholarship program is generously funded by Oticon Hearing Foundation. Applications are due on May 31. 

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Jerry Northern Scholarship in Pediatric Audiology This $10,000 scholarship is awarded to three (3) students who show exceptional promise as a clinical audiologist with a focus on the specialty of pediatric audiology. Funding generously provided by Jerry Northern, PhD. Applications are due on May 31.

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Judith Blumsack Scholarship This $500 scholarship is awarded to a student who demonstrates outstanding clinical skills and who shows promise in terms of clinical research and service to the hearing health community. Applications are due on April 30. 

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Sadanand Singh Memorial Scholarship This $500 scholarship is awarded to one minority or international student who shows exceptional promise in audiology research. Applications are due on April 30. 

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[CLOSED] Student Travel Award Reimbursement (STAR) Program The STAR program offers outstanding audiology graduate students funding of up to $500 to attend meetings in the hearing sciences (as well as other sciences relating to student coursework). 

[CLOSED] Student Travel Award Reimbursement (STAR) Program – Washington State The STAR program Washington State offers outstanding audiology graduate students from a Washington state-based university funding of up to $1000 to attend meetings in the hearing sciences (as well as other sciences relating to student coursework). 

Research Grants and Awards

James Jerger Awards for Excellence in Student Research Each year, six students who display their research posters at the AAA Annual Conference receive a $500 or $300 award from the AAA Foundation for outstanding research.

Student Investigator Research Grant Through the Research Grants in Hearing and Balance program, the AAA Foundation awards grants of up to $5,000 per year to student investigator researchers. Applications are due on February 27.

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Student Research Forum Awards Each year, five recipients present their research findings at the AAA Annual Conference and receive a $500 award from the AAA Foundation. Underwritten by Plural Publishing.

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