Student Conference Award Applications Due October 15 – Submit Today!

The National Hearing Conservation Association Scholarship Foundation (NHCASF) is pleased to announce the availability of a Student Conference Award (SCA) for the next annual NHCA conference to be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, February 8-10, 2024. The SCA includes paid registration to the annual conference, reimbursement of approved travel expense up to $1,000, and one year paid student membership in NHCA.

This one-time award is available to students who are actively pursuing a graduate degree in a discipline related to hearing conservation and who are enrolled at least half-time in an accredited university program. For more information and to apply, click here.

To be eligible for consideration, interested students must complete the online application and all requirements by October 15.

The Student Research Award (SRA) provides $1,000 to support graduate-student research in hearing conservation/hearing loss prevention, and up to $1,000 for travel expenses plus complimentary registration to present the funded research at a future annual NHCA conference. The award is intended to support research studies such as dissertations, theses, or other special projects that are in the planning stages or currently underway. Completed projects are not eligible. (Students who have completed research in hearing conservation/hearing loss prevention are encouraged to apply for a Student Conference Award.)

NHCA will select up to two graduate students to receive the SRA. Awardees will be notified by email early in the spring semester. Students must be currently enrolled at an accredited educational institution and studying in a field related to hearing loss prevention/hearing conservation.

Interested students must submit the online application by the deadline, December 1, 2023.

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