The George Osborne Award is presented to an audiologist in the state of Pennsylvania who has shown excellence in his or her career. The award recipient is nominated by his or her peers because they have proven to be an advocate for the profession of Audiology. The George Osborne Award nominations will be published by June 30. Awards deadline will be August 15 with award winners being announced during the Annual Meeting in the fall of each year.
To nominate an audiologist for this award, please contact the Board Past President.
The Daniel F. Konkle Award was established in 1994 to recognize an audiologist in Pennsylvania for outstanding achievement and contributions to the advancement of the profession in the Commonwealth.
1994 Dan Konkle
1999 Leo Doerfler
2000 Kathy Landau-Goodman, Au.D.
2003 Thomas Frank, Ph.D.
The award name was changed to "Honors of the Academy" in 2005.
2005 Herbert McCollum
The award name was changed to the George Osborne Award in 2009.
2009 Susan Parr, Au.D.
2010 Jeanne Singer, Ph.D.
2016 Sherman Lord, Au.D.
2018 Kamal Elliot, Au.D.
2019 James Shafer, Au.D.
The award was not granted to any recipients in 2020 - 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
2022 Maryann McCullough Nikander
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