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Communication Sciences and Disorders Hooding Ceremony and Commencement Awards

 

Students

Julie Atwood Award for Excellence

(l-r) Julie Atwood, Andrew Mancini, and Chair Marjorie Nicholas

(l-r) Julie Atwood, Andrew Mancini, and Chair Marjorie Nicholas​

Andrew Mancini '18 is the 2018 recipient of Julie Atwood Award for Excellence from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

The award was established in 1997 in honor of Julie Atwood, MEd, CCC-SLP, former Director of the Massachusetts General Hospital Speech-Language Pathology Department, and Professor at the Institute since the inception of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. The award is given to a graduating student who possesses a strong base of academic knowledge, applies theory to delivering clinical service in an exemplary manner, and demonstrates the highest values and ethics, the ability to apply research findings to clinical practice, and the potential for professional excellence and leadership.

Previous Winners:
2017 – Juliet A. Ochura
2016 – Ashley Flora Kippins
2015 – Zachary Morris Smith
2014 – Emilie J. Irving
2013 – Kathleen Carroll O'Halloran
2012 – Amy Joy Maguire
2011 – Katharine L. Gilroy
2010 – Anna Hutt Fredman
2009 – Alina Michelle Carter
2008 – Stacie Erin Robarts
2007 – Bonnie Gail Halvorson
2006 – Meghan Elizabeth O’Brien
2005 – Celeste Maria Montgomery
2004 – Elizabeth Speyer
2003 – Melissa Anne Vecchio
2002 – Alyssa Renee Hotte
2001 – Jill Ann Colleran
2000 – Patti Renee Ducoff
1999 – Jason Loris Smith
1998 – Karen Lynn Tavilla
1997 – Sharyn Lori Goralnick

Kenneth N. Stevens Student Research Award

(l-r) Shalom Kim and Chair Marjorie Nicholas

(l-r) Shalom Kim and Chair Marjorie Nicholas

Shalom Kim '18 is the 2018 recipient of the Kenneth N. Stevens Student Research Award from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

First awarded in 2004, this award, named after the long-time MGH Institute of Health Professions faculty member and internationally known researcher Kenneth N. Stevens, honors a graduating student who has demonstrated superior performance in conducting research that produces new knowledge about typical or disordered human communication.

Previous Winners:
2017 – Annette Sophie Mitko
2016 – James C. Borders
2015 – Katherine Lindsey Marks
2014 – Micah E. Smith
2013 – Elizabeth S. Heller
2012 – Jessica Chiew Jia Chiann
2011 – Amanda Mae Worek
2010 – Carla M. Tierney
2009 – Asako Masaki Wehner
2008 – Katharine Mary Radville
2007 – Lauryn Zipse
2006 – Heather Lynn Kubert
2005 – Annike Imbrie
2005 – Sharon Kuo
2004 – Melissa DiPerri

Awards of Special Recognition:

Leadership

(l-r) Robert Ruggles, Chair Marjorie Nicholas, and Kristen Soranno

(l-r) Robert Ruggles, Chair Marjorie Nicholas, and Kristen Soranno

Leadership in Research and Collaboration

(l-r) Brendan Czupryna and Chair Marjorie Nicholas

(l-r) Brendan Czupryna and Chair Marjorie Nicholas

Professionalism in Clinical Practice

(l-r) Molly Allen and Chair Marjorie Nicholas

(l-r) Molly Allen and Chair Marjorie Nicholas

Robert Ruggles, Kristen Soranno, Brendan Czupryna, and Molly Allen are the 2017 recipients of the Award of Special Recognition from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

First awarded in 2017, this award honors graduating students who have excelled in a particular area to the extent that CSD faculty members want to acknowledge this meritorious accomplishment.

Previous Winners:
2017 – Anne Wellington Dixon
2017 – Madeline Eileen Grimm
2017 – Reem Khodr Mohamad

Faculty and Clinical Educators

 

Award for Excellence in Clinical Supervision

(l-r) Robert Melchionna and Chair Marjorie Nicholas

(l-r) Robert Melchionna and Chair Marjorie Nicholas​

Robert Melchionna is the 2018 recipient of the Award for Excellence in Clinical Supervision from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

First awarded in 2000, this award honors an external clinical supervisor who has contributed significantly to the graduate student clinical experience by serving as an excellent role model, collaborating with other professionals at the external practicum site, providing opportunities to students that help to shape their ability to become critical thinkers and lifelong learners, and demonstrating evidenced-based practice principles in his/her practice.

Previous Winners:
2017 – Antigone G. McHugh
2016 – Jessica Garrity
2015 – Patrick Alexis
2014 – Stephen A. MacCormack
2013 – Lynette Holmes
2012 – Charlotte Lunde
2011 – Jessica L. Gosnell
2010 – Melissa Ghiringhelli
2009 – Barbara Worth
2008 – Joyce Goldweitz
2007 – Christine R. Doyle
2006 – Ann M. Waters
2005 – Terie Geary
2004 – Belinda Campbell
2003 – Paige M. Nalipinksi
2002 – Jennifer E. Mackey
2001 – Sharon Weiss-Kapp
2000 – Kathleen C. Carlin

Faculty Award for Excellence

(l-r) Jenna Muri-Rosenthal and Chair Marjorie Nicholas

(l-r) Jenna Muri-Rosenthal and Chair Marjorie Nicholas​

Jenna Muri-Rosenthal is the 2018 recipient of the Faculty Award for Excellence by the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

First awarded in 2000, this award honors a distinguished faculty member who presents material in a highly effective manner, fosters an atmosphere of individual inquiry, uses class time efficiently, welcomes discussion and expression of diverse points of view, and excels in teaching his or her course. 

Previous Winners:
2017 – Sofia Vallila Rohter
2016 – Rebecca Santos Inzana
2015 – Lauryn Zipse           
2014 – Sofia Vallila Rohter
2013 – Meredith Bosley O'Dea
2012 – Lauryn Zipse
2011 – Sarah Ward
2010 – Marjorie L. Nicholas
2009 – John Costello
2008 – Lesley A. Maxwell
2007 – Gregory L. Lof
2006 – John Costello
2005 – Denise Ambrosi
2004 – James Heaton
2003 – Marjorie L. Nicholas
2002 – Sarah J. Ward
2001 – Howard C. Shane
2000 – Glenn W. Bunting