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Jazmine Winters, a UD cognitive science major and McNair Scholar (Class of 2024), has won a place in the American Speech-Language Hearing Association's (ASHA) Minority Student Leadership Program (MSLP). MSLP is a leadership development program and aims to recruit and retain racial/ethnic minorities and enhance leadership skills.
Competing in a national pool of undergraduate and graduate applicants, Jazmine distinguished herself and so was selected to bring her voice and her talents to professional discussions at the national level at the 2023 ASHA Convention in Boston, MA. As a participant, Jazmine has been awarded a scholarship to attend this national convention and a stipend to support her work. At ASHA, Jazmine will network with ASHA leaders, University faculty, and clinicians.
Her skills as a communicator, both in oral presentations to under-represented groups of high school students where she raised awareness of the profession of speech-language pathology as well as in writing, mark her as a leader.
We are immensely proud of her accomplishments and look forward to the opportunity to continue our relationship through her senior year at UD and beyond!
September 7, 2023
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