The Scholarship Foundation of the National Hearing Conservation Association (NHCA) is pleased to announce the availability of a limited number of student conference awards for the 38th Annual NHCA Conference, to be held March, 13-15, 2014, in Las Vegas, NV. In addition to outstanding technical presentations on hearing loss prevention, there will be numerous opportunities to attend in-depth workshops, poster sessions, and discussion groups. We have a great program in store, as well as a fantastic Friday night get-together.
The Student Conference Award (SCA) includes paid registration to two workshops (March 13), the annual conference (March 14 & 15), lunches, social activities, and a stipend for travel expenses. 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. Previous recipients of the NHCA Student Conference Award include masters and doctoral-level students in audiology, human factors engineering, industrial hygiene, and public health, from a variety of universities across the country. Interested students may contact the NHCA office (303.224.9022) or visit the NHCA website for more information about the award and to download the 1-page application. Completed application must be received in the NHCA office no later than November 4, 2013. Students will be notified of the results by January 3, 2014. Students who have previously received an SCA are not eligible.
- Student Conference Award Application 2014 – Printable PDF (http://www.hearingconservation.org/associations/10915/files/NHCA%20-%20Student%20Conference%20Award%20Application%202014.pdf)
- Student Conference Award Application 2014 – Electronic Application (http://www.hearingconservation.org/displayemailforms.cfm?emailformnbr=196147)
Deadline to submit applications: November 4, 2013.
About the National Hearing Conservation Association (NHCA)
The mission of the NHCA is to prevent hearing loss due to noise and other environmental factors in all sectors of society. NHCA provides networking, resources and professional development opportunities to improve skills, practices, and services in hearing loss prevention. NHCA’s membership includes audiologists, researchers, industrial hygienists, educators, professional service organizations, safety professionals, medical professionals, engineers, audio professionals, students, and others who have dedicated their work to the advancement of hearing loss prevention.
For more information about the National Hearing Conservation Association, visit the NHCA online at http://www.hearingconservation.org or call 1-303-224-9022. Follow the NHCA on Twitter at www.twitter.com/nhcaorg, on Facebook at http://bit.ly/vLRg5, and on LinkedIn at http://bit.ly/3X2DfT.