Elizabeth Neidecker Communication Disorders Undergraduate Scholarship

Elizabeth Neidecker Communication Disorders Undergraduate Scholarship

The Elizabeth Neidecker Communication Disorders Undergraduate Scholarship was established by the late Elizabeth Neidecker, Professor Emerita of Bowling Green State University. Professor Neidecker taught in the areas of speech pathology and audiology, and supervised student teachers. She was the author of School Programs in Speech-Language: Organization and Management. Prof. Neidecker established this award in order to provide support to an undergraduate student in communication disorders with an aspiration to one day have a career in the schools.


Award Eligibility and Selection Criteria:

The recipient shall be an undergraduate student accepted into the Communication Disorders major at BGSU, who has an interest in the future of working in the school setting as a speech-language pathologist. Pre-majors are not eligible for this award.



Application Deadline:            

February 1st at 5:00 p.m.


Please complete the following application by the February 1st at 5:00 pm:


Identifying Information

I plan a career as a speech-language pathologist working in the schools::*


Please complete an essay of no more than 1000 words explaining why you have pursued a career in speech-language pathology and why you wish to pursue a career in the schools. You may also include other details that support your interest in, and financial need for, this award.

It is recommended that you type your essay in a word document first and paste your essay into the essay box below.


Please copy your resume, including both work and volunteer experience as well as educational history and awards below. Please be sure that the formatting is removed from your resume before you paste it in the box below.

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General Application