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ATSU-ASHS presents 2019 Audiology Academic Achievement Scholarship to Megan Bach

October 16, 2019
Posted In: Arizona Campus, ASHS, ATSU News, Student Headlines

A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences (ATSU-ASHS) audiology student Megan Bach, ’23, received the 2019 Audiology Academic Achievement Scholarship.

ATSU’s Audiology Academic Achievement Scholarship is presented each year to an incoming first-year student in the entry-level Doctor of Audiology program. The recipient will receive $2,500 per year during the program, and selection criteria is based on the student’s academic performance, extracurricular activities, volunteerism, community service, honors, and leadership activities.

Bach was presented the award by Tabitha Parent-Buck, AuD, audiology chair; Les Schmeltz, AuD, associate professor and clinical coordinator; Tricia Dabrowski, AuD, associate professor and clinical coordinator; Elton Bordenave, PhD, MEd, associate professor; Zarin Mehta, PhD, associate professor and Kimberly Skinner, AuD, assistant professor.

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