Did you know that employees can receive up to a ten percent group discount on their car and home insurance through Liberty Mutual?
Four members of the GTS team were recognized for their years of service.
Dear Campus Community, T-minus 6 hours to WEB LAUNCH and counting.... The wait is almost over. At around noon on Thursday, February 23, Gallaudet will launch its newly designed website. This site, d...
Dr. Linda Lytle from the Department of Counseling at Gallaudet, along with Dr. Joan Ostrove of Macalester College, are conducting a study on the friendships between deaf and hearing people.
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.
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.
Riccardo Ferracuti, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Interpretation and Translation, will defend his dissertation on Wednesday, March 1, at 1 p.m. in Hall Memorial Building (HMB), Room 1004.
Come meet a few members involved with the Faculty of Color Coalition and learn more about the purpose of our coalition.
Sean Kingsley, a graduate student in the MPA program is conducting a capstone research project for Spring 2017 on visual barriers and lighting adjustment experiences of members of the DeafBlind/Usher...
Deadlines are approaching for Congressional Black Caucus internships and scholarships.
Cash prizes will be offered for creative writing and journalism entries!
A research study invites deaf women survivors of sexual assault to participate in sharing their stories with others, led by a female researcher.
Have you always wanted to visit Israel, experiencing a whole new culture in ASL? Perhaps even learn Israel Sign Language?
Volunteers are needed for an IRB-approved research study on personality, exercise and stress. Every completed survey will result in a donation to charity.
The National South Asian Summit 2017 will convene hundreds of South Asian organizations, advocates, and allies from across the United States on April 21 through 24, 2017 in Washington, D.C.
Flu season information and details of recent cases in D.C. are now available.
Melissa Yingst Huber will speak about her experiences and identity as a deaf Latina woman, and how you can embrace and honor yourself.
The photograph exhibit, located at the Washburn Arts Center, is open to the public until Tuesday, February 28.
Full payment for the Spring 2017 semester is due February 28, 2017. Students can make all payments through the Gally Pay system.
Students are invited to an event on Thursday, March 2, 2017, where presenters from Harvard and Howard University will share internship opportunities.
MSSD will bring to stage one of the most popular Disney musicals of all time, The Lion King, Jr., April 27 between April 29, 2017, at Theatre Malz.
Dr. Agboola, Dean of the School of Education, Business, and Human Services, passed away on Wednesday, February 22, at the age of 60.
Global Deaf Muslim presents “Islamophobia within the Deaf Community", March 2, 2017, at 6 p.m., in the JSAC MPR. Everyone is welcome.
The Career Center will host its annual Spring Internship and Job Fair on Friday, March 3, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Field House.
The Department of Business is proud to host the annual Sutcliffe Business Bowl, open to undergraduate students.