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The American Hearing Society announces that applications are being received for the Kenfield Memorial Scholarship for 1950, which amounts to $100.00 Applications for the scholarship will be considered from any resident of the United States who desires to teach lip reading (speech reading) to the hard-of-hearing with or without other types of hearing and speech therapy. Those persons already teaching lip reading cannot be considered.
The applicant should be a college graduate with a major in education, psychology, and/or speech, together with professional training in lip reading: 30 clock hours of private instruction under an approved teacher of lip reading or 60 clock hours of instruction in public school classes under an approved teacher of lip reading.
The winner of the scholarship may take the training course from any normal training teacher, school or university in the United States offering a course acceptable to the teachers' committee of the American
SCHOLARSHIP FOR STUDENTS OF LIP READING. Arch Otolaryngol. 1950;51(3):438. doi:10.1001/archotol.1950.00700020460014
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