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Call for Submissions: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Student Ethics Essay Award
Deadline for submissions: Friday, April 11, 2014
Submissions are now being accepted for the 2014 Student Ethics Essay Award (SEEA). The SEEA program is conducted as part of ASHA's efforts to enhance ethics education activities. The goal of the program is to encourage students to think about ethical decision making and create greater awareness of situations that could pose ethical dilemmas as they prepare to start careers in audiology, speech-language pathology, or speech, language, and hearing sciences.
Expanded program eligibility! The essay competition is now open to students who are enrolled in any undergraduate, post baccalaureate, or entry-level graduate program in communication sciences and disorders (CSD). Participating students write an essay on the selected ethics topic and submit it to their CSD program director or his/her designee for initial review; each program director/designee may select up to five student essays for submission to ASHA for the final review and selection process. Members of ASHA's Board of Ethics review the essays and select three winning authors, who receive
one student registration to ASHA Convention (first place winner only);
monetary prizes ($750, $500, and $250 for first, second, and third place, respectively);
certificates of achievement;
a 1-year national NSSLHA membership;
invitations to the NSSLHA Luncheon and Awards Ceremony during the ASHA Convention in November
Winners and their essays are recognized
on the ASHA website,
at the NSSLHA Luncheon and Awards Ceremony,
in The ASHA Leader.
Authors of winning essays will be notified in June 2014. See Student Ethics Essay Award recipients to view previous winners and read their winning essays.
The individual must be a student enrolled in any undergraduate, post baccalaureate, or entry-level graduate program in communication sciences and disorders (CSD).
The individual must be enrolled part time or full time during the 2013–2014 academic year.
2014 Student Ethics Essay
Topic: Supervisory Relationships
Despite what appears to be a successful graduate training experience in audiology or speech-language pathology, issues with ethical implications may arise during the supervisory relationship in your clinical education.
For questions on the SEEA or the submission process:
Lorraine Lennon, ethics program manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
International Foundation for Ethical Research Graduate Fellowship Program for Alternatives to the Use of Animals in Science
Pre-Proposal Application Deadline is March 30th
The purpose of IFER’s Fellowship Program is to provide financial incentives to graduate students in science that encourage them at the earliest stages of their career to integrate innovation and discovery with ethics and respect for animals. Fellowships are awarded to those candidates whose program of study shows the greatest potential to replace the use of animals in science. Graduate Fellowships to develop alternatives to the use of animals in research, testing and education are open to students enrolled in Master’s and Ph.D. programs in the sciences, and human or veterinary medicine. Fellowships will also be considered for graduate students in other fields, such as education, psychology, humanities, journalism, and the law, for projects that show promise to increase public awareness or to promote changes in the legal system or public policy regarding the use of animals in research, testing, and education.