Announcement Archive

Announcement Archive

This is the Announcement Archive. Here you can browse through past Announcements.

May 2016
Sun
1

Washington Association of Professional Anthropologists presents "Establishing Boundaries: Claims to Authority and Knowledge"

For its final event of the year, WAPA hosts five social science researchers to discuss their research work with deaf communities in Cambodia, Haiti, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, Viet Nam, and the United States.

Mon
2

FOLDA to be present at the "Deaf Grassroots Rally" on Wednesday, May 4, 2016

FOLDA (Library Friends for Deaf Action) is coming to Annapolis for Deaf Grassroots Rally on Wednesday, May 4, 2016.

Mon
2

Deaf and hearing babies needed: how do babies learn language?

How do babies learn language? Gallaudet University's Brain and Language Laboratory (BL2) for Neuroimaging (Dr. Laura-Ann Petitto, Director) need your help to tackle groundbreaking research!

Mon
2

MWADB to need volunteers on Saturday, May 7, 2016

Metro Washington Association of the Deaf-Blind (MWADB) needs volunteers at the annual picnic.

Mon
2

Participants in online research surveys about accents in ASL needed

Various accents used in ASL are being researched in this study, with a focus on proficient ASL users (either deaf or hearing). Your responses are completely anonymous and no identifying information will be collected.

Mon
2

GUHSC summer 2016 schedule now available

The Gallaudet University Hearing and Speech Center (GUHSC) is now holding audiology walk-in services twice a day during the summer.

Mon
2

"Parent Child Interaction Therapy" study to be offered

"Parent Child Interaction Therapy" (PCIT) is an empirically-supported treatment for young children with emotional and behavioral disorders that focus on improving the quality of the parent-child relationship. Treatment lasts a minimum of 12 weeks.

Mon
2

SPSS software annual license fee to change this fall

Effective October 1, 2016, the new annual rate will be $170 per university-owned computer.

Mon
2

Department of Psychology Colloquium: "Understanding Trauma and the Brain: Minimizing Harm and Promoting Health"

Dr. Lisa Marshall will present "Understanding Trauma and the Brain: Minimizing Harm and Promoting Health" on Friday, May 6, 2016, 12-2 p.m. at MLC B112.

Mon
2

GTS utilizing new processes for maintaining instructor computers in classrooms

As a best practice, Gallaudet Technology Services (GTS) deletes user profiles on all classroom student computers on a weekly basis. Instructor computers in the classroom will now be included in this process.

Wed
4

More volunteers needed to teach ASL at the D.C. Library

More volunteers are needed to teach American Sign Language, and help our ASL program grow to include outreach to Neighborhood Libraries, classes for both library staff and the public, as well as our ongoing classes here in the MLK Library, which are becoming more and more popular.

Wed
4

VL2 hosts Knowledge Festival

The NSF Science of Learning Center, Visual Language and Visual Learning, is hosting a Knowledge Festival on Monday, May 9, in the SLCC Atrium.

Wed
4

More student workers needed for Summer 2016 events

The Gallaudet Athletics Department needs more student workers for Summer 2016 events

Wed
4

Notice to students: parking fines/fees deadline

Friendly reminder to students that all fees are due by close of business on Sunday, May 8, 2016. If you have parking tickets that have not yet been paid, please pay them now. Any outstanding fees due will be placed on your student account.

Wed
4

Mental health clinicians needed for a research study

Clinicians will be asked about their experience with deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) patients or clients with immigrant roots. Clinicians will receieve $20 in gratitude of their contribution.

Wed
4

Deaf and hard of hearing immigrants needed for a research study

Consider participating in this one-hour study if you are a deaf or hard of hearing immigrant.

Wed
4

"Spring Awakening," featuring Gallaudet alumni, earns three Tony Award nominations

"Spring Awakening," the Broadway revival musical produced by Deaf West Theatre and involving Gallaudet University alumni and current student Joshua Castille, earned three Tony Award nominations on May 3, 2016.

Wed
4

News story features Nyle DiMarco, ’13; includes interview with Susan Gill-Doleac, '82 & G-'84

Lilit Marcus, daughter of Joel Marcus '76, and Harriet (Dowdy) Marcus, E-'79, wrote a story for the "Pacific Standard," featuring Nyle DiMarco, '13, and the successes of deaf dancing. The story, published April, 25, 2016, includes an interview with Gallaudet Dance Company director Susan Gill-Doleac, '82 & G-'84.

Thu
5

ASL at the National Gallery of Art hosts event

The monthly ASL at the NGA tour is coming up on Sunday, May 8 at 1:00 p.m. The tour meets in the Rotunda of the West Building of the National Gallery of Art.

Thu
5

Lavender Graduation 2016 is open to the campus community

The LGBTQA Resource Center invites the campus community to attend Lavender Graduation, an annual graduation celebration for undergraduate and graduate Gallaudet students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, or asexual/ally to the LGBTQA community.

Fri
6

Curious about the Clerc Center?

Curious about the Clerc Center? Want to know more about what we offer?

Sat
7

OC screenings offered for May 2016

Need a break from studying? Here's a list of open captioned (OC) screenings off-campus.

Mon
9

PeopleSoft database upgrade scheduled for Friday, May 13, 2016

The upgrade will begin Friday, May 13 at 5 p.m. and last through Saturday. This will have no effect on PeopleSoft functionality and data.

Wed
11

Summer Shuttle Schedule

Shuttle Schedule Changes

Sat
14

First annual "Bison Stampede 5K Run/1 Mile Fun Run" taking place on April 17, 2016

The Gallaudet Student Athlete Advisory Committee is proud to announce the first annual "Bison Stampede 5K Run/1 Mile Fun Run", taking place on Sunday, April 17, 2016. The goal is to raise money for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, in addition to donating a portion of the proceeds to benefit youth sports and children who are deaf/hard of hearing.

Fri
20

HLAA-DC program on "Hearing Needs Assessment" to be offered Sunday, May 22, 2016

Hearing Loss Association of America, D.C. (HLAA-DC) will offer a program covering "Hearing Needs Assessment" on Sunday, May 22, 2016, 2 p.m., at the D.C. Public Library at Tenleytown (metro).

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