Scholarships

Undergraduate Scholarships

Mary Pallay Covell Scholarship

The Mary Pallay Covell Scholarship is a result of a contribution to Miami University by Mrs. Covell, an MU graduate. Mary wanted her gift to be used to further undergraduate training in Speech Pathology and Audiology. The annual award is provided to a student who demonstrates financial need as well as academic merit.

Mary Thew Fowler Scholarship

The Mary Fowler Scholarship is established to recognize academic excellence and research potential of undergraduate majors in the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology. This scholarship is made possible by a donation from Mary T. Fowler, a graduate of Miami University.

CSX Railroad Scholarship

CSX Railroad set up a safety awareness scholarship in the name of Beth Speidel. Ms. Speidel was killed in 2007 when walking near railroad tracks. The scholarship is awarded each year to a student majoring in Speech Pathology and Audiology.

Graduate Student Scholarships

Jennifer Leigh Kynkor Scholarship

JenniferLeighKynkorThe Jennifer Leigh Kynkor Scholarship was established as the result of a gift from The Jennifer Leigh Kynkor Foundation in 2008. The Foundation was created in honor of Jennifer Leigh Kynkor, the daughter of Rebecca J. Young and Gary E. Kynkor. Learn more about "Jenny's Dream" and why she chose Speech Pathology and Audiology as her major at Miami University. The scholarship is given to a first-year Miami graduate student pursuing an education in speech pathology with a concentration in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The recipient shall be nominated by the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology. Submit application to the Chair of the department.

Kristin Gatchel Replogle

Kristin Gatchel Replogle, Appointee for Member, President's Advisory Committee on the Arts for the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Kristin Gatchel Replogle is President of the Replogle Family Foundation. Ms. Replogle currently serves on the board of directors for WakeMed Hospital, North Carolina State University's Institute for Nonprofits, SAFEchild, and the Girl Scouts. From 1990 to 1995, she was a speech pathologist at Massachusetts General Hospital, where she specialized in tramatic brain injury and was responsible for training graduate students. Ms. Replogle received her B.S. and M.A. in speech language-pathology from Miami University of Ohio.

Graduate Grants-in-Aid

Support for full-time graduate students as a waiver of the Instructional Fee and out-of-state tuition surcharge (if applicable). There are no stipend payments and no required duties for the recipient of a graduate grant-in-aid. Grants-in-Aid are available for either one or both semesters of a regular academic year and/or the summer session. First-time degree students are given preference for these grants, due to the high demand. Students can obtain an application for a grant-in-aid from The Graduate School, 102 Roudebush Hall, or from the Office of International Education Services, 216 MacMillan Hall. The deadline for application is March 1.

Graduate Students' Achievement Fund Competition

Graduate students making satisfactory progress in a degree program and enrolled on a full- or part-time basis at the time of application are eligible to apply. The purpose of the fund is to recognize significant completed achievement in external (to the home department) research or creative activity. The awards will normally not exceed $300. Application forms are available in The Graduate School. Contact: Lou Ann Haines, The Graduate School, 102 Roudebush Hall, 529-3734. The deadline for applications are November 2 and April 2.

The Marjorie Post Farrington Scholarship

This $1,000 scholarship is for full-time graduate students in any area of study. The award is made primarily on merit and secondarily on financial need. The student selected may also be appointed to a graduate assistantship or teaching associateship. No service responsibilities are required of the recipient. Selection of the recipient is made by the Graduate School Student Financial Assistance Committee. For further information, please contact Lou Ann Haines, The Graduate School, 102 Roudebush Hall, 529-3734. The deadline for application is April 1.

Graduate Assistantships

Please see the Graduate Studies page information about Graduate Assistantships.