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Supporting the Language Research Center

Providing life-long support and stewardship for a resident colony of apes and monkeys is a serious commitment. Georgia State University and its Research Foundation continue to provide unwavering support for these animals and the LRC. Similarly, the faculty, staff and students at the LRC have dedicated their time, effort, and creativity to caring for these animals, ensuring that the quality and quantity of science produced justifies maintaining the animals, and writing grant proposals that compel funding agencies to invest in the research.

This work also benefits from the generosity of people like you who contribute to the lifetime care of these unique nonhuman primates, and who support the student and faculty research team, and who help to make this an exciting time of growth and progress at the center. The generosity of alumni and friends make it possible for us to address present needs and to plan for the future. Please read below to learn how you can help us build the future of the Language Research Center, the Psychology Department, the College of Arts and Sciences, and Georgia State University.

Ways to Make a Gift

Undergraduate and Graduate Student Support

Faculty Support

Programatic Support

Some LRC-relevant Donation-Fund Accounts available for Gifts
(see http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwgiv/cc/ to give online or visit http://www.cas.gsu.edu/giving.aspx for information about giving to the College of Arts and Sciences)

  • Language Research Center Endowment (02968S) - to support a wide range of LRC activities
  • Duane M. Rumbaugh Fellowship (02D45) - to support graduate student training and research: Originally established through a generous gift from Steve Woodruff in honor of the LRC's founding director, this fellowship supports an outstanding graduate student or first-year postdoctoral fellow with research focus on the emergents. Rumbaugh Fellows may continue on a year-to-year basis, pending satisfactory progress. Nominations are solicited from faculty each spring in which the fellowship is vacant. For more information, contact Dr. David Washburn.
  • Psychology Department Fund (02153)
  • Faculty Support for the Dept. of Psychology Endowment (02F19)
  • Student award funds Psychology Dept.
    • Graduate Award Endowment (02E87S)
    • Elizabeth A. Kenny Scholarship in Psychology (020004S)
    • Bailey M. Wade Memorial Scholarship (02291)
    • Theresa Nash Bernstein Scholarship in International Travel (02G12S)
    • Doctoral Fellowship in Trauma Intervention (02908)
    • Language & Literacy Doctoral Fund (020001)
  • Areas of Focus and Centers: Center for Research in Atypical Development and Language (02C02)
    • Language & Literacy (020041)
    • Center for Behavioral Neuroscience (02D99)