The Arthur M. Blank Center for Education and Research is changing the world for people who stutter by: providing access to quality care at no cost worldwide, fostering a global pipeline of speech-language pathologists, and researchers who specialize in stuttering, and generating new knowledge about the underlying nature and best practices.
Join us this week for 40 Hours for the Forty Acres, the annual, university-wide giving event beginning Wednesday, April 12th at 6 a.m. CT and ending Thursday, April 13th at 10 p.m. CT.
With your support, we will continue to make field-changing discoveries, train students and professionals, and provide quality care at no cost to individuals who stutter and their families.
Ways to Show Your Support
Your support will help us educate more students, generate new knowledge about stuttering, and provide life-changing therapy at no cost to more children, teens, and adults who stutter across every state, country, and continent.
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