Join the Portrait Signs gallery talks in ASL on Thursday February 23 and Saturday, February 25, both at noon. Talks are led in ASL and will be voice interpreted into English so that all may attend.
Amber E. Marchut, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Education, will defend her dissertation on Wednesday, March 8, 2017, at 2 p.m. in the Jordan Student Academic Center (SAC), Room 1011.
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.
The History Program announces the Spring 2017 Writing Competition for the best Undergraduate Research Paper in American History.
Please join the Department of Public Safety (DPS) in congratulating two promotions within the department.
Have you always wanted to visit Israel, experiencing a whole new culture in ASL? Perhaps even learn Israel Sign Language?
Gallaudet University will host this weekend's 2016-17 North Eastern Athletic Conference men's basketball tournament in the Field House. Two games on Saturday and championship on Sunday.
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.
Come check out our new Gallaudet Technology Services Facebook site. Like it, share it!
Three Gallaudet employees, who completed their online profile pages, were randomly selected as winners of new iPad 2 Minis!
Gabriel Saucedo-Romero, a Master of Public Administration graduate student, is conducting research to explore factors on educational experiences and language acquisition of Latinx deaf people.
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 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 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 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.
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...