MSHA members in action.

Awards

2017 Winners of MSHA Awards

Meritorious Award is presented for outstanding professional achievement in the area of communication disorders of a non-technical nature or exemplary service to our organization, profession, and the communicatively impaired.  Julia Borgreen

Achievement Award is presented for technical and/or professional achievement in the fields of speech-language pathology, audiology or any other related area concerned with the treatment of communication disorders. This award is presented to a person who has made a major contribution to the knowledge base within our professional fields, and/or to the methods or materials for the treatment and/or prevention of communication disorders. Their devotion and effort far exceed standard performance. Lucy Hart Paulson

Service Award is presented for outstanding dedication and excellence in service to the MSHA organization. Shar Schmidt

Organizational Award is presented to an organization that has made a major contribution to increasing our knowledge of the disorders of communication, developed a new clinical tool or techniques for the treatment of communicative disorders or had exhibited virtuous attitudes and behaviors in the delivery of services to the communicatively impaired. The Licensure Board

Laura Jo McKamey Award (aka “Big Purse Award”) is presented to someone who has provided exemplary service to MSHA. This is someone that exemplifies a spirit of volunteerism. Kitty Griffin

Undergraduate Student Clinical Achievement is presented for outstanding work in the area of undergraduate level clinical practice.  Beth Sutter

Graduate Student Clinical Achievement is presented for outstanding work in the area of graduate level clinical practice. MacKenna Kuehl

Undergraduate Research Award is presented for outstanding work in the area of undergraduate level research. Sarah Popp

Graduate Research Award is presented for outstanding work in the area of graduate level research. Morgan Williams

Off Site Supervisory Award is presented for exemplary mentorship and supervision for the professional development of communication disorders students.   Kelly Weingardt