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School of Health and Human Sciences Scholarships/Fellowships/Program Awards


Awards and Scholarships for the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

The Cheshire Center Award Fund for Communication Sciences and Disorders

Margie Motsinger is a 1980 graduate of UNCG with a M.Ed. in speech pathology. She started The Cheshire Center Speech and Voice Center that year as a one-person practice; by 2006 it had grown to include some 90 employees working in a nine-county area. Master's degree students in CSD are eligible for this award.

The Jacqueline M. Cimorelli Scholarship in CSD

Dr. Cimorelli joined the faculty of Communication Sciences and Disorders in 1977. She served as Department Head from 1992 to 2002 before her retirement in 2005. She established this award to leave a living legacy of her professional commitment to the discipline to support students who demonstrate a similar dedication.

The CSD Susan Stout Undergraduate Scholarship

Susan C. Stout graduated from the Woman's College (now UNCG) with a B.S. in Physical Education in 1958. The Susan Stout Scholarship Fund was established in 1985 to assist students majoring in Physical Education. With its growth, the fund now supports six undergraduate and five graduate students in 4 departments in the School of Health and Human Sciences.

The University Speech and Hearing Scholarship

The University Speech and Hearing Scholarship was established in 1972 by the University Speech and Hearing Association. This annual scholarship was to support a rising junior or senior student majoring in speech pathology and audiology.

The Quota Club

The Quota Club Scholarship was established in 2007 with a gift from members of The Quota Club for the purpose of rewarding character, service and academic excellence in two students majoring in Communication Science and Disorders. Quota Club members are known especially for their service to deaf, hard-of-hearing, and speech-impaired individuals and disadvantaged women and children.