Come check out our new Gallaudet Technology Services Facebook site. Like it, share it!
A new series of ASL classes has been added: Mondays, 7–8:30 p.m., starting February 27 at the Mount Pleasant Neighborhood Library, 3160 – 16th Street, NW.
The Paraprofessional and On-Campus Student Employment Fair is held annually to give students the opportunity to apply for on-campus employment.
Deadlines are approaching for Congressional Black Caucus internships and scholarships.
Deaf participants are needed for a study by Dr. Erin Wilkinson, February 19 through 24, 2017.
February is known as "Heart Health Month." Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States.
Gallaudet University and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) will host the third annual Out of the Darkness (OOTD) campus walk on Thursday, April 13.
Cochlear implant users are invited to participate in continuous, ongoing research studies relating to self-programming and music & speech perception.
Gallaudet University students are encouraged to apply for internship positions at Tufts University.
Gallaudet University and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will hold the third annual "Out of the Darkness" Campus Walk on Thursday, April 13, 2017. If you are interested in sharing your...
The "Still I Rise! The Enduring Legacy of Black Deaf Arkansans Before and After Integration" video is a compilation of memories and stories shared by Black Deaf Arkansans.
Dr. Leslie Rach, candidate for the position of Associate Provost for Student Success and Academic Quality, will be presenting to the campus community on Tuesday, February 21, 2017. The presentation w...
Starting on Tuesday February 14, eligible first year Students and seniors will receive an email invitation from President Roberta J. Cordano inviting you to participate in the NSSE.
Come meet a few members involved with the Faculty of Color Coalition and learn more about the purpose of our coalition.
Dr. Laurene Simms will present a workshop addressing the fact that more African American deaf men leave Gallaudet University every year.
This award is designed to encourage and celebrate the production of noteworthy work in the field of international Deaf Cultural Studies. Please submit your nominations by March 1, 2017.
Dr. Caroline Kobek Pezzarossi, candidate for the position of Associate Provost for Student Success and Academic Quality, will present to the campus community.
We want to learn how deaf children and adults understand ASL and English, so we can understand more how “signing bilingual brains” works compared to “non-signing bilingual brains.”
This exhibits ten D.C. immigrant day laborers who photographed their own everyday lives as "jornaleros." Through their eyes, these day laborers open an invisible yet all too present world to us.
ASL Gatherings information can be found inside.
Curt Menefee is participating in a broadcast event sponsored by the chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success.
Come listen to Brad Hermes relate his experiences as CFO at Communication Service for the Deaf, Inc., the world's largest deaf-run non-profit organization in the world.
All returning students for fall 2017 are encouraged to complete their FAFSA at various "FAFSA Frenzy" events taking place.
This event is a great opportunity for students, staff, and faculty in this identity group to meet, seek, and give and receive support from each other in an informal, social context.
This workshop will promote healthy relationships in the LGBTQA community. Bring your lunch, sweeties, and your friends!
Come to our Expo to learn about CSD’s programs and how we achieve our global reach.
The PhD in Educational Neuroscience (PEN) Program Distinguished Lecture Series welcomes Dr. Hirsch from Yale University for a special lecture on multi-brain imaging. Renowned neuroscientist, Dr. Hirs...