MSHA - Mississippi Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Mississippi Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Honors

2015 Mississippi Speech-Language-Hearing Association

HONORS OF THE ASSOCIATION

Hello MSHA Members,

It is time to submit nominations for the 2015 MSHA Honors of the Association. It is important that we continue to recognize the outstanding achievements or contributions made by our peers. Your nominee might be someone who has made a significant contribution in clinical service programming, program development, state or local organizations or government agency activity, clinical teaching, research or administration.

Please submit a nomination for the following esteemed awards:

Honors of the Mississippi Speech-Language-Hearing Association - The Honors of the Association recognizes members for their distinguished contributions to the discipline of communication sciences and disorders and is the highest honor the Mississippi Speech- Language-Hearing Association bestows. Members are encouraged to nominate individuals who are well-known throughout the state for a lifetime of innovative clinical practice, insightful and rigorous research, creative administration, effective legislative activity, outstanding teaching, or other distinguished professional contributions.

Outstanding School Clinician - This nominee should be a school-based speech-language pathologist or audiologist that you consider particularly outstanding.  Nominees MUST be current members of MSHA and MUST be nominated by a supervisor.

Louis M. DiCarlo Clinical Achievement Award - The Louis M. DiCarlo Award for Recent Clinical Achievement recognizes an individual's significant accomplishments in the advancement of clinical service in speech-language pathology and/or audiology.  Dr. Louis M. DiCarlo was an audiologist and speech-language pathologist who spent his career helping children and war veterans. He held faculty and academic leadership roles in educational institutions from Hawaii to New York.  Dr. DiCarlo founded the first public school class for deaf children in the United States and led important work at the United States Veterans Administration.  Dr. DiCarlo passed away on October 29, 1996, at the age of 93. (www.asha.org)

Frank R. Kleffner Clinical Career Award Nominee - The Frank R. Kleffner Lifetime Clinical Career Award honors an individual's exemplary contributions to clinical science and practice over a period of no less than 20 years. Frank R. Kleffner is a professor at Washington University in St. Louis.  Frank R. Kleffner is well known for treatment for Landau-Kleffner syndrome affecting children under the age of five and causing acquired aphasia. (www.asha.org)

Outstanding Graduate Clinician - The Mississippi Speech-Language-Hearing Association is seeking recipients for its 2015 Outstanding Graduate Clinician Award.  It is important that we recognize our outstanding student clinicians at each university.  Students may be nominated by academic faculty, clinical faculity or cinical supervisors.

Nomination forms may be downloaded HERE. For further information please contact Dana Mitchell at danamitchell@cableone.net or 239-216-7727

 

DEADLINE for all submissions is DECEMBER 5, 2014





 

 

HONORS OF THE ASSOCIATION

Honors of the Association is awarded to recognize distinguished contributions to speech-language pathology and audiology in Mississippi.

2014 – Lennette Ivy

2013 - Carolyn Wiles Higdon

2012 - Julie Carr Chadwick
2011 - Nola T. Radford
2010 - Suzie Rosser
2009 - Georgene Falcone Johnson
2008 - Ricky W. Burk
2007 - Zenobia Bagli
2006 - Frances Ladell Kraft
2005 - Virginia Berry
2003 - Beverly Ray
2002 - Mary Hall
2000 - Mary Ann Mach
1999 - Ruth E. Ayers
1998 - Lynn Bishop
1997 - Ojus Malphurs
1996 - Richard Saniga
1995 - Hope Bacon
1994 - Margaret Carlin
1993 - Juanita Sims-Doty
1992 - Judson Farmer
1991 - James E. Peck
1990 - Barbara Hanners
1989 - Rita Grice
1988 - Margaret Wylde
1985 - Lions Club of Mississippi
1984 - Etoile DuBard
1991 - Jerry Griffith & Gloria Kellum
1977 - Mary Allen

 


CLINICAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

The Clinical Achievement Award recognizes demonstrated contributions to the advancement of knowledge in clinical practice in speech-language pathology and audiology.

2014 – Linda Piazza

2013 - William Mustain

2012 - Ricky W. Burk (Louis M. DiCarlo Award)
2012 - Mary Ann Legett Mach (Frank R. Kleffner Lifetime Clinical Career Award)
2011 - Charles G. Marx
2010 - Alexandra O'Neal
2009 - Maureen Martin
2008 - Judy Hearne
2007 - Julie Chadwick
2006 - Beverly Ray
2005 - Rebecca Laskin
2004 - Rebecca Owens Lowe
2003 - Annette Wimberly
2002 - Robert Guy Millis
1999 - Georgene Johnson
1994 - Eloise Harris
1992 - Richard Saniga
1991 - Margaret Carlin
1990 - Harriet Turner
1989 - Doris Bradley
1988 - Gloria Kellum
1987 - Etoile DuBard
1985 - James R. Peck
1977 - Mary Schaub

 


OUTSTANDING SCHOOL CLINICIAN AWARD

The Outstanding School Clinician Award acknowledges speech-language pathologists and audiologists employed in a Mississippi school-based practice.  Honorees must be nominated by a school superintendent, a special education coordinator, or a speech-language pathology/audiology supervisor.

2014 – Henrietta Dagher

2013 - Jayna Locke McBride

2012 - Sonya Cowart
2011 - Claudette Edwards
2010 - Constance Eaves
2009 - Judy Newton
2008 - Trenia Reynolds
2007 - Shellie Matthews
2006 - Lisa Mooney
2005 - Janet Wagner
2004 - Jacquelyn S. Longmeier
2003 - Lynn Mowery
2002 - Georgene Johnson
2001 - Brenda Koenig
2000 - Debbie Holifield
1998 - Georgia O'Leary
1997 - Joyce Keller
1996 - Barbara Fox
1995 - Carol Thigpen
1994 - Angie Helldorfer
1993 - Kay Roseberry
1992 - Mary Heffington
1991 - Betty N. Blackbourn
1990 - Cecelia Floyd
1989 - Mary Johnson