Two CSDS Students Awarded Scholarships
Two graduate students enrolled in Georgia Southern University’s Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSDS) program have been awarded the inaugural Savannah Scottish Rite Scholarship. Alyssa Corn and Caroline Davis were awarded $1,000 each to be used at their own discretion.
The scholarship opportunity was developed by Savannah Scottish Rite RiteCare Center Chairman David Armstrong, who plans to continue to award the scholarship annually to students enrolled in Georgia Southern’s graduate CSDS program. Applicants had to submit an essay reflecting on what the RiteCare Center means to them.
The Savannah Scottish Rite has provided continuous support over the years to Georgia Southern’s RiteCare Center for Communication Disorders. This support has allowed for the RiteCare Center to obtain resources necessary to provide affordable speech and language therapy services to members of the community, while also providing graduate students in the CSDS program with hands-on learning and training.
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