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Communication Disorders Student Wins Award

Kevin Pasternak

Kevin Pasternak has won the Graduate Student Scholarship from the American Speech-Language-Hearing (ASHA) Foundation.

Second-year graduate student in Communication Sciences and Disorders Kevin Pasternak was awarded the Graduate Student Scholarship from the American Speech-Language-Hearing (ASHA) Foundation.

The prestigious recognition is based on academic and personal merit and is given to 20 students enrolled in graduate programs across the country. 

Communication Sciences and Disorders Professor Daniel Kempler said, “This award is a tremendous honor. The award recognizes Kevin’s outstanding academic record, his accomplishments as a graduate student, and his tremendous potential to contribute to the field in the years ahead. It’s an extremely competitive award process and places Kevin in a league with the best master’s and doctoral students across the country.”

Pasternak will receive his award in November at he annual Founders Breakfast at the ASHA convention.