Susan and Thomas Cordell have a desire to support the education of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences graduate students who are interested in providing counseling and (re)habilitative services to individuals with hearing loss. Through these scholarships for Audiology graduate students, the Cordells hope to help the university be at the forefront of training future audiologists.
The Cordells have a passion for education and a willingness to give back. Susan believes, “If everyone were to do a little it would make a huge impact.” The scholarships are available to graduate (including doctoral) students who have completed at least one semester of graduate training at the University and will be taking classes at the University of Arizona in the upcoming year. Candidates must hold a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better, demonstrate scholastic excellence, and have a desire to counsel and care for individuals with hearing loss.
2012-2013: Mary Rose Durkin, Luna Iris, Nydia Quintero
2010-2011: Analydia Gonzales, Jessie Liu, Amy M. Marin
2009-2010: Kimberly M. Dale, Darlyne S. Kim, and Aileen Wong
2008-2009: Amanda Beneke, Emily Foreman, Ryan Whitaker, and Aileen Wong
2007-2008: Christina Piña, Elizabeth Searing, Sylvia Stevens, Amanda Beneke, Ryan Whitaker, and Emily Foreman
2006-2007: Christina Piña, Elizabeth Searing, and Sylvia Stevens
2005-2006: Gretchen Harvey, Amber Lim, and Sarah Varricchio
2004-2005: Leah Surpless
Direct questions to:
University of Arizona
Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences, Room 220
P.O. Box 210071
Tucson, AZ 85721-0071