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COE Scholarships

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Communication Disorders and Sciences Program (CDS)
CDS undergraduate, master's and doctoral students have the opportunity to apply for a number of CDS scholarships, as well as College of Education scholarships.


Evelyn H. Bullock Fund for Communication Disorders & Science Research 

DEADLINE: 5 PM, February 20, 2016

Graduate students who are making satisfactory progress toward completion of their graduate program are eligible to apply for this award. For 2013 academic year a total of $1,000 to $5,000 is available for support.  Funds must be used for the purpose for which they are awarded. Please email for more information and the application. 

To apply, click here.

Ned J. Christensen Scholarship
Ned J. Christensen served as head of the Communication Disorders and Sciences program until his retirement in 1997. Dr. Christensen and his wife June, along with a number of his former students, support the Christensen Scholarships for academic excellence and clinical excellence in speech-language-hearing sciences.

  •  Student applicants must be enrolled in the COE Communication Disorders and Sciences program.
  •  Student applicants must show outstanding promise in the field.

To apply, click here. Follow the process to apply for a College of Education scholarship.

Kasey Elizabeth Lindeleaf Memorial Scholarship
Donald J. and Diane Lindeleaf of Bend, Oregon, established this endowed scholarship in 1994 in loving memory of their daughter Kasey. She was a high school student who had a special interest in helping young people with communication disorders. The scholarship provides for students who have exhibited potential for making significant contributions to the field of speech-language pathology, focusing on programs for young children. Mr. and Mrs. Lindeleaf, their daughter Shannon, and their entire extended family continue to contribute to this fund.

  • The scholarship will be awarded to a qualified graduate student meeting the parameters established by the Communication Disorders and Sciences program.
  • Applicants for the scholarship will be United States citizens and be selected on the basis of academic achievement and professional promise.
  • Recipients may re-apply for the award in subsequent years.

To apply, click here.  Follow the process to apply for a College of Education scholarship.

Michellesara Levitan-Keith Memorial Scholarship
Ms. Levitan-Keith received her master's of science in Communication Disorders and Sciences from the UO in 1985 and her bachelor's of science in Psychology from the UO in 1983.

  • Recipients will have proven academic success.
  • Recipients will be enrolled and in good standing in the College of Education.
  • Recipients will demonstrate the abilty to promote equity and diversity in the field.
  • Recipients will demonsrate leadership skills
  • Students majoring in speech language pathology with an undergraduate second degree or minor in psychology will be given preference. 

This scholarship is awarded based on an internal nomination from the applicant pool.