Dept. of Speech & Hearing Sciences
2115 G Street NW
Hall of Government 201
Washington, DC 20052
Phone: 202-994-7362
Fax: 202-994-2589
gwusphr@gwu.edu


Speech and Hearing Center
2115 G Street NW
Hall of Government B01
Washington, DC 20052
Phone: 202-994-7360
Fax: 202-994-0747

Support

CommencementGifts to the Speech and Hearing Department  enable us to provide support for faculty and student research and travel, graduate student fellowships, and academic enrichment activities including guest speakers, visiting faculty, and symposia. Each gift, no matter how large or small, makes a positive impact on our educational mission and furthers our standing as one of the nation's preeminent liberal arts colleges at one of the world's preeminent universities.  There are several funds you can contribute to that provide support for the Speech and Hearing Science Department:

  • The Speech and Hearing Education and Research Fund (to promote the clinical training of SPHR students)
  • The Speech Language Pathology Graduate Scholarship Fund (to provide scholarship money to SPHR graduate students)
  • The Joan Roddy Regnell fund of the GWU Speech and Hearing Center (in memory of Prof. Joan Regnell)

How to give

You can make your gift to the department in a number of ways:

  • Give securely online
  • By mailing your check, made out to The George Washington University and with Speech and Hearing Department in the memo line, to:

The George Washington University
2033 K Street NW
Suite 300
Washington, DC 20052

  • By phone by calling the GW Annual Fund at 1-800-789-2611

 

Gift Creates Fellowship in Speech & Hearing Sciences

arriet Green Kopp Graduate Fellowship

Harriet Green Kopp (1917-2007) was a pioneer in the development of visible speech technology to assist deaf individuals with their communications skills. In honor of Kopp’s work, her niece, Kathryn Green, BA ’77 — a member of Columbian College's National Council for Media and Public Affairs — established the Harriet Green Kopp Graduate Fellowship in Speech and Hearing Sciences through a generous gift. The fellowship will fund an annual award for graduate students planning to work with deaf and hard-of-hearing clients.