Scholar-Mentor Award

The Scholar-Mentor Award is given to an outstanding professional who has mentored Black students in speech-language pathology, audiology and/or speech/language-hearing sciences. The Scholar-Mentor Award was established to recognize those distinguished professionals who have demonstrated outstanding mentoring skills with students through research, clinical, administrative and/or academic activities.

The recipient of this award of distinction will be recognized during NBASLH's Annual Convention.

Criteria for Selection

The nominee for the Scholar-Mentor Award should:

  • Be in good financial standing as a member of NBALSH for a minimum of three consecutive years at the time of nomination.
  • Possess an outstanding record of mentoring Black students in communication sciences and disorders research, clinical, administrative and/or academic activities.

Note: If no applications are received for this award, the NBASLH Board of Directors may appoint an awardee.

Award applications will be accepted starting August 2022. Check back here for the online submission form.