Say What You Mean!
Speech is a vital part of our everyday lives. Barnard Speaking Fellows are trained peer-to-peer educators who collaborate with students on any form of speech communication. Students can seek out support in areas such as classroom presentations and participation, interviews, negotiation, advocacy and activism. Through one-on-one appointments, group workshops, and attached class partnerships, students can trust Speaking Fellows to meet them where they’re at.
The Barnard Speaking Center aims to foster connection through dialogue, listening, and active engagement. Speaking Fellows tackle challenges such as speaking anxiety and clarity with the belief that there is not one type of “good speech.” By developing skills such as active listening, we are empowered to create environments where all voices are valued.
For administrative or scheduling questions, please contact the Program Coordinator, DaMonique Ballou. Other inquires may be directed to any of the following people listed below:
Director, Writing and Speaking Programs
216 Barnard Hall
Associate Director, Speaking Program
213 Barnard Hall
Coordinator, Writing and Speaking Programs
222 Barnard Hall