2011 Roger Ruth Memorial Student Research Awards
James Madison University has awarded the 2011 Roger Ruth Memorial Fund Student Research Awards to three JMU graduate students. Doctor of Audiology students Verleyne Andrews and Kristie Meehan (class of 2013) and PhD Candidate Annie Hogan (all pictured below) were honored at a special ceremony at the Ruth Symposium in October.
The Roger Ruth Memorial Student Research Awards were created in memory of Dr. Roger Ruth (1950 – 2009) for his tireless efforts to promote student research as an integral part graduate education in Audiology. The awards are designated for use in support of multiple annual audiology student research projects conducted at JMU. James Madison University established the Roger Ruth Memorial Fund in 2009. The fund is supported by individual donors as well as an on-going financial commitment from Oticon, Inc.
Source: Oticon, Inc. News