Need a break from studying? Here's a list of open captioned (OC) screenings off-campus.
A panel of alumni spanning 1955 to 2014 discusses their involvement in Shakespeare productions at Gallaudet and professionally.
The lecture series is aimed at a general audience and examines various themes. Gallaudet's Shakespeare in American Deaf History exhibits will be open to the public prior to each lecture.
Brendan Stern will host "Beyond 'Not Deaf Enough': A Strategic Interactionist Perspective on the 2006 Unity for Gallaudet Protests" as part of the Deaf History Lecture Series (DHLS).
A book signing and panel discussion on the book: "In Our Own Hands" as part of the Deaf History Lecture Series (DHLS) will be held on November 2, 2016.
Come and meet the candidates for GSC Chairs and GSC Secretary.
The community is invited to a celebration of life for Dr. Yerker Johan Olof Andersson on Saturday, November 5 at 1 p.m. at Peikoff Alumni House.
Earn $25 per hour assisting deaf and hard of hearing riders during Metro's Safetrack Surge 10.
See what it means to experience Shakespeare visually!
Come join us at our next ASL Story Time on Sunday, September 25 at 2 p.m, at Mount Pleasant Neighborhood Library. Stories, games, and fun activities will be provided.
You are welcome to join the cultural field trip to El Museo del Barrio Hispanic and Society of America in New York City on Saturday, October 22.
The Technology Access Program is conducting an online survey to learn about alerting devices deaf and hard of hearing people might prefer to notify them to sounds at home and for emergency alerts.
Join a community of suicide loss survivors among the Gallaudet community to find comfort and gain understanding.
District of Columbia Area Black Deaf Advocates (DCABDA) will host its 35th annual gala on October 29, 2016, at the Hyatt Regency near Union Station.
You don't need to love reading to enjoy a great story. This unique reading and discussion group explores short stories, which covers a broad range of topics.
Do you want to be the next Graduate Student Association (GSA) president or vice president, or want to nominate a student?
This talk, held on Friday, October 21, will review basic definitions in Canine Assisted Group Psychotherapy, focusing on ethics specific to this modality.
"Memories of the Warsaw Ghetto", an independent film telling the story of former professor of English, Dr Eugene Bergman, and his family's struggle to survive in the Warsaw Ghetto, will be shown.
See detailed schedule. ASL Gatherings is limited to faculty and staff only.
On October 22, 2016, the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention (AFSP) will host the tenth annual Washington DC Walk to raise awareness about suicide and to reduce the suicide count.
The Facilities Department is performing all necessary safety checks and maintenance activities required to change from cooling to heating, with an expected transition date frame of November 1-14.
The Peer Health Advocates, under the Health and Wellness Programs, announces its hosting of a blood drive, in partnership with the American Red Cross.
The "Deaf Women of Color" organization is seeking fall 2016 female interns. The deadline to apply is November 1, 2016.
Shakespeare’s most notorious comic romp gets dreamt up as a Gallaudet staging, coinciding with the First Folio’s stay at Kendall Green.
The Department of English is pleased to announce the annual Rakow Creative Writing Contest, open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors. The deadline is November 1.
The deadline for turning in Spring 2017 textbook requisition forms to the Bison Shop is November 11.
As a reminder, here is a list of Gallaudet-related hashtags provided for your use on social media.
The grand opening event will be three days filled with music, food, performances, rock climbing, and more! ASL interpreters will be provided at all classes and stages.
The book fair runs between October 24 and 28, 2016. Come and see the fantastic selection of books on a wide range of topics for children of all levels. Volunteers are needed to help run this event.
The Ombuds Office will be closed between October 17 and 21, 2016, due to mediation training.
This free event is hosted by the Center for Deaf Documentary Studies (CDDS) in collaboration with the Gallaudet University Archives and the Office of Alumni Relations.