Do you plan to teach summer courses? Book order forms for summer 2017 are now available.
This course is designed for interpreters working in scientific and technical settings that often require expression in advanced ASL discourse.
Steve & Kate's Camp is currently interviewing individuals who enjoy working with young people to join the team this summer. There are two locations in the D.C. area, in Capitol Hill and Alexandria.
Ms. Tawny Holmes, Esq., Deaf Studies Faculty Candidate, will present "A Juxtaposition of Sign Language Policy: Culture and Power".
All performances will be performed in American Sign Language with spoken English accompaniment. This play is appropriate for patrons six years old and up.
We provide day and overnight camp experiences for deaf and hard of hearing children, as well as children of deaf adults.
Deaf and Hearing Signers of Women will perform Vagina Monologues in ASL at two separate locations. This event will take place on Friday, March 31, 2017, at Busboys & Poets from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.,...
"America's Founders: Friends of the Deaf" produced by Gallaudet University Video Services Department, written and directed by Gary Brooks, has been nominated for a Telly award.
To all undergraduate students who are interested in prelaw: the Department of Government and Public Affairs invites you to attend an open house on April 18, 2017.
In a world where the qualities of leadership are still most often associated with men, women are scrutinized and ridiculed for speaking out. Come learn how to empower women leaders.
"FEEL Magazine" strives to bring attention to talented deaf and hard of hearing artists by publishing a new, intriguing perspective in art, and is now accepting submissions from artists.
The second Gallaudet University Research Expo takes place Thursday, March 30 at Elstad Auditorium and the Field House, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
STM Open House on April 1, 2017
In a one-hour session, you'll learn the entire homebuying process from start to finish, from getting a loan to looking at properties, making offers, and moving forward through the day of closing!
Limited interpreting services available March 30–April 3, and April 5th (Research Expo, DOI Symposium, Academic Bowl) During the above dates GIS will have limited interpreting resources. This is in a...
The 2017 National Academic Bowl (NAB) competition will take place at our beautiful campus, April 1–4. We completed four regional competitions and announced the top 20 teams who qualified to come to G...
Come find out more about the Mexican American labor activist who helped organize migrant farm workers and established an union to fight for their rights.
Parents who have children between the ages of 2 and 6 years old, who have normal hearing levels or hearing loss, are needed to complete a brief, five to ten minutes survey.
Do you plan to teach fall courses? Book order forms for fall 2017 are now available.
The researcher is conducting research to explore cultural and educational experiences of Saudi Arabian deaf and hard of hearing students.
The Art and Media Design Program presents "Jose Saldana's Adventures Around the World" photography exhibition at Washburn Arts Center Gallery.
Have you used interpreting services in your classes in the past in Gallaudet? Participants are needed to take part in a research study.
The Office of Campus Activities' printer machine is out of order. A new printer was ordered, with an anticipated arrival on or before April 3.
The deadline to make nominations for the 2017 Gallaudet University Athletics Hall of Fame Class is quickly approaching. All nominations need to be submitted by Friday, March 31, 2017.
Dr. Carla Garcia Fernandez, Deaf Studies Faculty Candidate, will present "From One Tear to Multiple Tears: Embracing Multiple Intersectional Identities".
The Hearing Loss Association of America- D.C. chapter's program on Sunday, April 23 will feature Dr. Neil Bauman talking and answering your questions about how to take control of your tinnitus. For t...
The next ASL Book Club will meet Saturday, May 13, 2017, at 2 p.m. at Tenley Neighborhood Library, 4450 Wisconsin Avenue, NW. Attached ia a long list of suggested books and annotations. Please look o...
Trevor Noah is participating in a broadcast event sponsored by the Gallaudet University chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success. The event will be held on Tuesday, March 28, 7–8:30 ...
David Michalowski will give a presentation based on historical documents, archaeological finds, and eyewitness testimonies to help any advocate of Israel better respond to the myths that have been pr...
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