Event Archive

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February 2016
Mon
1

ASL Gatherings begins for 2016: Lexicalized and Locative Fingerspelling

12:00 PM

Lexicalized and locative fingerspelling are ASL features which allow faculty to communicate even more clearly. Perfect for the novice signer or those who'd love a refresher. For the week of February 1-5, the gatherings will take place on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from noon to 1 p.m., in LLRH6, MPR 101.

Mon
1

ODES Black History Open House

11:00 AM

ODES celebrates Black History Month with an Open House Reception!

Mon
1

Bureau of Reclamation Information Session

12:00 PM

Join the Career Center and learn about career opportunities within America's premier water management agency.

Mon
1

Men's Basketball vs. Morrisville St.

4:00 PM

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team will host Morrisville St. College in the Field House Gym. Come out and support your Bison!

Mon
1

Women's Basketball vs. Morrisville St.

6:00 PM

The women's basketball team will host Morrisville St. Come out and support your Bison!

Tue
2

Blackboard Workshop: Engaging Students with Video (Online)

6:00 PM

Would you like to make your video lectures more exciting and keep your audience actively engaged? Would you like to use discussion in ASL? Attend this workshop to learn how to use video resources. The workshop will take place on February 2, 2016, online, from 6 to 7 p.m.

Tue
2

eLearning Workshop: Managing Google Sites

1:30 PM

Learn how to use Google Sites to create and manage websites.

Tue
2

President's State of the University Address (rescheduled)

12:30 PM

President Cordano will give the State of the University address to the campus community on this date. The campus community is invited, and boxed lunches will be provided. The address will be livestreamed at http://webcast.gallaudet.edu/?id=261.

Wed
3

ASL Gatherings begins for 2016: Lexicalized and Locative Fingerspelling

12:00 PM

Lexicalized and locative fingerspelling are ASL features which allow faculty to communicate even more clearly. Perfect for the novice signer or those who'd love a refresher. For the week of February 1-5, the gatherings will take place on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from noon to 1 p.m., in LLRH6, MPR 101.

Wed
3

Blackboard Workshop: Engaging Students with Video

2:00 PM

Would you like to make your video lectures more exciting and keep your audience actively engaged? Would you like to use discussion in ASL? Attend this workshop to learn how to use video resources. This workshop will take place on February 3, 2016, from 2 to 3 p.m., at MLC B220 (eLearning Lab).

Wed
3

Blackboard Workshop: Assignments and Tests (Online)

6:00 PM

Blackboard offers a variety of ways to assess your students. This 60 minute workshop will primarily cover how to create assignments and develop tests that make the best of both your time and your students' efforts. Participants will also discuss test settings and how they impact the student experience of taking a test online. This workshop will be provided online, on February 3 from 6 to 7 p.m.

Wed
3

Blackboard Workshop: Assignments and Tests

10:00 AM

Blackboard offers a variety of ways to assess your students. This 50-minute workshop will primarily cover how to create assignments and develop tests that make the best of both your time and your students' efforts. Participants will also discuss test settings and how they impact the student experience of taking a test online. The workshop will take place on Wednesday, February 3, 2016, from 10 to 11 a.m., at MLC B220 (eLearning Lab).

Wed
3

Seminar: First-time homebuyers

12:00 PM

Are you thinking of buying a home, but are not sure where to start? Come to a seminar for first-time home buyers!

Thu
4

February FAFSA Frenzy

12:00 PM

It's time to file your 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid!

Thu
4

Black Student Union Open House

12:30 PM

The Black Student Union will host Open House on Thursday, Ferbuary 4, 2016 from 12:30 to 2 p.m. at JSAC MPR.

Thu
4

eLearning Workshop: Managing Google Emails, Calendar, and Drive

11:00 AM

Learn how to use Google E-mail, Calendar, and Drive to manage emails, rooms, events, and groups. This workshop will cover the features of these Google applications, plus an overview of Google+ and Google Hangouts. The workshop will take place at the MLS B220 (eLearning Lab), on February 4, 2016, from 11 a.m. to noon.

Fri
5

Free Game Night | Bison Games Club

5:00 PM

Free Game night, bring your video games, board games, and socialize with other people.

Fri
5

ASL Gatherings begins for 2016: Lexicalized and Locative Fingerspelling

12:00 PM

Lexicalized and locative fingerspelling are ASL features which allow faculty to communicate even more clearly. Perfect for the novice signer or those who'd love a refresher. For the week of February 1-5, the gatherings will take place on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from noon to 1 p.m., in LLRH6, MPR 101.

Fri
5

Blackboard Workshop: Using Lynda.com in your Bb Courses

11:00 AM

There will be a hands-on workshop to teach participants how to add resources gleaned from Lynda.com directly to their Blackboard courses. The workshop will take place at MLC B220 (eLearning Lab) on February 5, 2016, from 11 a.m. to noon.

Fri
5

MSSD’s 34th Winter Dance Concert, February 5-6

8:00 PM

Explore the ethereal world of dance and experience imaginative visions on stage as seen through movement, light, music, and video at MSSD's 34th Winter Dance Concert, "Mirage." Come and see the talented work of the MSSD dancers and guest companies from Gallaudet and other places.

Sat
6

No Barriers Zen Club: Meditation

10:00 AM

Join us for Zen Meditation, hosted by a deaf Buddhist monk, Rev. Oshin Jennings. The gatherings are every 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month, February through April.

Sat
6

Black History Month 2016

7:00 PM

Phenomenal Black Deaf Men Night, presented by Leyland Lyken, a.k.a. D.J. Supalee and Geoffrey Moore will be held Saturday, February 6, 2016, from 7 to 11 p.m., in JSAC Multipurpose Room.

Sat
6

Swimming lessons for children ages 1-17

9:00 AM

Gallaudet University Physical Education & Recreation Department will provide swimming lessons at all levels that help children develop confidence and competency in the water.

Sat
6

Swim lessons for adults, ages 17 and up

11:50 AM

Gallaudet University Physical Education & Recreation Department will provide swimming lessons at all levels that will help adults develop confidence and competency in the water.

Sun
7

Rathskeller Super Bowl viewing party

6:00 PM

Watch the big game and enjoy a special menu for purchase.

Mon
8

ASL Gatherings: Adverbial NMS

12:00 PM

How do I use adverbs and adjectives in ASL? These are important questions for a faculty member in a bilingual University when we need to engage our audiences! In this video Debi Duren invites you to join us for a week of discussion of adverbial NMS from February 8-12, Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12-1 p.m. in LLRH6.

Tue
9

February FAFSA Frenzy

12:00 PM

It's time to file your 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid!

Wed
10

Pro-Tactile Lunch

11:00 AM

Pro-Tactile (PT) orginated in Seattle, Washington. PT is a philosophy, attitude, language, and methods, encompassing tactile as the DB's way of living. PT is for all DeafBlind, Usher, Sighted, any many others! Come and join us weekly on Wednesdays for lunch to discuss PT and other DeafBlind-related topics.

Wed
10

Deaf WorldTeach: Presentation & Information February 10-12

Looking for an international experience teaching deaf children? Two former Deaf WorldTeach volunteers in the Marshall Islands will share highlights of the Deaf WorldTeach program.

Wed
10

ASL Gatherings: Adverbial NMS

12:00 PM

How do I use adverbs and adjectives in ASL? These are important questions for a faculty member in a bilingual University when we need to engage our audiences! In this video Debi Duren invites you to join us for a week of discussion of adverbial NMS from February 8-12, Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12-1 p.m. in LLRH6.

Wed
10

Turn A Page Together

12:00 PM

Turn A Page Together (TAPT) is a multicultural book club for students, faculty and staff on campus that meets once a week on Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m.

Wed
10

Deaf History Lecture Series - "Your History, My History, Our History: The Importance of Collaboration in Researching, Presenting, and Documenting Historial Events."

12:00 PM

The Deaf History Lecture Series is pleased to announce the first lecture for the Spring Semester, 2016 will be given by Dr. Sandra Jowers-Barber from the University of the District of Columbia, on Wednesday, February 10th in the SLCC Atrium from 12:00 - 1:00. Dr. Sandra Jowers-Barber's lecture is entitled, "Your History, My History, Our History: The Importance of Collaboration in Researching, Presenting, and Documenting Historial Events." The deadline for special accommodations is February 3rd

Thu
11

Transgender Support Group

12:30 PM

Looking for support? To find people like yourself? For a safe place to talk about your journey? Need more information? Join us.

Thu
11

Tell Us What You Think: Focus Group Discussions

5:30 PM

We need students to participate in a focus group discussion that will help us evaluate results from a student engagement survey. You get to discuss about your college experiences with your fellow students and a research professional, and enjoy a delicious meal on us!

Thu
11

Food Safety Workshop

7:00 PM

Need a food safety certification to prepare, cook and serve meals at your upcoming organization/club event? Come to the food workshop hosted on this date.

Thu
11

February FAFSA Frenzy

12:00 PM

It's time to file your 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid!

Thu
11

GSC Meeting

12:30 PM

The next GSC meeting will be on Thursday, February 11, 2016, from 12:30 to 1:50 p.m. in JSAC 1010.

Thu
11

Shakespeare and Race Lecture

12:30 PM

Dr. Ayanna Thompson, Department of English at George Washington University, will present on Shakesepare and Race as part of the Shakespeare and Diversity event series. This presentation will take place on February 11, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., in JSAC 1011. ASL interpreters will be provided.

Thu
11

Women's Basketball vs. Randolph-Macon

7:00 PM

The women's basketball team will host Randolph-Macon College. Come out and support your Bison!

Fri
12

Rainbow Society Open House and LGBTQA Valentine's Day Celebration

12:00 PM

Rainbow Society and LGBTQA Resource Center are merging their events together. Rainbow Society will have an open house for those who are interested in being members or joining a committee team this semester. The LGBTQA Resource Center will host a booth related to their services and the celebration of Valentine's Day.

Fri
12

ASL Gatherings: Adverbial NMS

12:00 PM

How do I use adverbs and adjectives in ASL? These are important questions for a faculty member in a bilingual University when we need to engage our audiences! In this video Debi Duren invites you to join us for a week of discussion of adverbial NMS from February 8-12, Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12-1 p.m. in LLRH6.

Fri
12

Free Game Night | Bison Games Club

5:00 PM

Free Game night, bring your video games, board games, and socialize with other people.

Sat
13

Men's Basketball vs. Wilson

12:00 PM

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team will host Wilson College in the Field House Gym. Come out and support your Bison!

Sat
13

Women's Basketball vs. Wilson

1:00 PM

The women's basketball team will host Wilson College on WBCA Pink Game. Come out and support your Bison by wearing PINK!

Sat
13

Swimming lessons for children ages 1-17

9:40 AM

Gallaudet University Physical Education & Recreation Department will provide swimming lessons at all levels that help children develop confidence and competency in the water.

Sat
13

Swim lessons for adults, ages 17 and up

11:50 AM

Gallaudet University Physical Education & Recreation Department will provide swimming lessons at all levels that will help adults develop confidence and competency in the water.

Sat
14

Valentine's Day

Don't forget to get flowers and candy for your sweetheart!

Mon
15

ASL Gatherings: Depicting and Indicating Verbs

12:00 PM

Are you describing action in the right way? Have you ever thought how ASL incorporates verbs? In this video, Debi Duren invites faculty and staff to come see Dr. Mary Thumann present during week's ASL Gatherings as our professional development program explores depicting and indicating verbs.

Mon
15

LGBTQA Brown Bag Lunch

12:00 PM

A LGBTQA Brown Bag Lunch will be provided on this date. All community members are welcome.

Mon
15

February FAFSA Frenzy

12:00 PM

It's time to file your 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid!

Tue
16

Panel Discussion: "Keepin it Real: Black and Deaf at Gallaudet?”

12:30 PM

A panel discussion called "Keepin it Real: Black and Deaf at Gallaudet?" will take place on this date and at this location, with four African-American student panelists.

Tue
16

Tell Us What You Think: Focus Group Discussions

12:30 PM

We need students to participate in a focus group discussion that will help us evaluate results from a student engagement survey. You get to discuss about your college experiences with your fellow students and a research professional, and enjoy a delicious meal on us!

Tue
16

Food Safety Workshop

12:30 PM

Need a food safety certification to prepare, cook and serve meals at your upcoming organization/club event? Come to the food workshop hosted on this date.

Tue
16

Paraprofessional and Student Employment Fair

11:00 AM

The Office of Student Affairs and Academic Support (SAAS) will sponsor its Annual Paraprofessional and Student Employment Fair on this date.

Tue
16

Men's Basketball vs. Bryn Athyn

5:00 PM

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team will host Bryn Athyn College in the Field House Gym. Come out and support your Bison!

Wed
17

ASL Gatherings: Depicting and Indicating Verbs

12:00 PM

Are you describing action in the right way? Have you ever thought how ASL incorporates verbs? In this video, Debi Duren invites faculty and staff to come see Dr. Mary Thumann present during week's ASL Gatherings as our professional development program explores depicting and indicating verbs.

Wed
17

Pro-Tactile Lunch

11:00 AM

Pro-Tactile (PT) orginated in Seattle, Washington. PT is a philosophy, attitude, language, and methods, encompassing tactile as the DB's way of living. PT is for all DeafBlind, Usher, Sighted, any many others! Come and join us weekly on Wednesdays for lunch to discuss PT and other DeafBlind-related topics.

Wed
17

Workshop: Investing in Real Estate

12:00 PM

Have you ever thought about becoming a real estate investor or considered diversifying your investment portfolio through real estate? Come to a workshop and learn more!

Wed
17

Turn A Page Together

12:00 PM

Turn A Page Together (TAPT) is a multicultural book club for students, faculty and staff on campus that meets once a week on Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m.

Thu
18

Art Exhibition Reception: “Visual Music from My Soundless Mind” by Dr. Paul Johnston

4:00 PM

A visual explosion of color, shape and texture will be on display during a free reception on this date and time, to celebrate Dr. Paul Johnston's art exhibition: "Visual Music from My Soundless Mind."

Thu
18

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

12:30 PM

Mervin Primeaux-Obryant will give a presentation on this date and time about HIV/AIDs Awareness. The purpose of this presentation will be to gain knowledge about HIV/AIDs, safe sex, percentages of HIV/AIDs in the black community, and showing a short video about HIV/AIDs.

Thu
18

Transgender Support Group

12:30 PM

Looking for support? To find people like yourself? For a safe place to talk about your journey? Need more information? Join us.

Thu
18

Tell Us What You Think: Focus Group Discussions

12:30 PM

We need students to participate in a focus group discussion that will help us evaluate results from a student engagement survey. You get to discuss about your college experiences with your fellow students and a research professional, and enjoy a delicious meal on us!

Thu
18

February FAFSA Frenzy

12:00 PM

It's time to file your 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid!

Thu
18

Women's Basketball vs. Lancaster Bible

7:00 PM

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team will host Lancaster Bible College in the Field House Gym. Come out and support your Bison!

Thu
18

Baseball vs. Christopher Newport

2:00 PM

The Gallaudet University baseball team will host Christopher Newport University in the home opener at Hoy Field. Come out and support your Bison!

Thu
18

Men's Basketball vs. Lancaster Bible

5:00 PM

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team will host Lancaster Bible College in the Field House Gym. Come out and support your Bison!

Thu
18

2015-2016 Educational Neuroscience (PEN) Distinguished Lecture Series

4:00 PM

We are delighted to announce our 2015-2016 Educational Neuroscience (PEN) Distinguished Lecture Series. This year's theme is "Educational Neuroscience Pioneers: Revolutionizing the Study and Science of Learning in the Young Child."

Fri
19

ASL Gatherings: Depicting and Indicating Verbs

12:00 PM

Are you describing action in the right way? Have you ever thought how ASL incorporates verbs? In this video, Debi Duren invites faculty and staff to come see Dr. Mary Thumann present during week's ASL Gatherings as our professional development program explores depicting and indicating verbs.

Fri
19

Free Game Night | Bison Games Club

5:00 PM

Free Game night, bring your video games, board games, and socialize with other people.

Sat
20

No Barriers Zen Club: Meditation

10:00 AM

Join us for Zen Meditation, hosted by a deaf Buddhist monk, Rev. Oshin Jennings. The gatherings are every 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month, February through April.

Sat
20

Men's Basketball vs. Penn St.-Berks

1:00 PM

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team will host Penn St.-Berks in the Field House Gym for Senior Day. Come out and support your Bison Seniors!

Sat
20

20th annual Basketball Madness

12:00 PM

The 20th annual Alumni Basketball Madness will take place on February 20, 2016. Gallaudet will be playing NEAC foe Cazenovia. The men's game begins at noon, while the women's game begins at 2 p.m. In honor of the 20th anniversary, admission to the games for GUAA members is $1! Non-GUAA members will have to pay $5 at the door, while admission is free for children under 12 and students with a student ID.

Sat
20

Swimming lessons for children ages 1-17

10:20 AM

Gallaudet University Physical Education & Recreation Department will provide swimming lessons at all levels that help children develop confidence and competency in the water.

Sat
20

Swim lessons for adults, ages 17 and up

11:50 AM

Gallaudet University Physical Education & Recreation Department will provide swimming lessons at all levels that will help adults develop confidence and competency in the water.

Sun
21

Men's Basketball vs. Cazenovia

12:00 PM

The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team will host Cazenovia College in the Field House Gym. Come out and support your Bison!

Sun
21

Women's Basketball vs. Cazenovia

2:00 PM

The women's basketball team will host Cazenovia College. Come out and support your Bison!

Mon
22

February FAFSA Frenzy

4:30 PM

It's time to file your 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid!

Tue
23

Amnesty International: Human Rights

12:30 PM

Amnesty International comes to Gallaudet to discuss Human Rights and how you can get involved.

Tue
23

Language and human rights in Ireland

12:30 PM

This presentation provides insight into the current situation regarding Irish Sign Language and human rights advocacy.

Tue
23

February FAFSA Frenzy

4:30 PM

It's time to file your 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid!

Tue
23

Amnesty International visits Gallaudet

12:30 PM

Savannah Fox, Feild Organizer for Amnesty International, comes to our campus to discuss human rights, Amnesty's work, and how we can get involved in advancing human rights worldwide. The presentation will be located in the G-Area, in JSAC from 12:30-2 p.m. on Thursday, February 23, 2016.

Wed
24

Pro-Tactile Lunch

11:00 AM

Pro-Tactile (PT) orginated in Seattle, Washington. PT is a philosophy, attitude, language, and methods, encompassing tactile as the DB's way of living. PT is for all DeafBlind, Usher, Sighted, any many others! Come and join us weekly on Wednesdays for lunch to discuss PT and other DeafBlind-related topics.

Wed
24

February FAFSA Frenzy

4:30 PM

It's time to file your 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid!

Wed
24

Baseball vs. Marymount (Va.)

2:00 PM

The Gallaudet University baseball team will host Marymount (Va.) at Hoy Field. Come out and support your Bison!

Wed
24

Turn A Page Together

12:00 PM

Turn A Page Together (TAPT) is a multicultural book club for students, faculty and staff on campus that meets once a week on Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m.

Thu
25

Transgender Support Group

12:30 PM

Looking for support? To find people like yourself? For a safe place to talk about your journey? Need more information? Join us.

Thu
25

February FAFSA Frenzy

4:30 PM

It's time to file your 2016-2017 Free Application for Federal Student Aid!

Fri
26

Free Game Night | Bison Games Club

5:00 PM

Free Game night, bring your video games, board games, and socialize with other people.

Sat
27

Free Basic Japanese Sign Language Workshop on Saturday, February 27

2:00 PM

Want to learn Japanese Sign Language? Come to our free 3-hour basic Japanese Sign Language workshop, sponsored by the Linguistics Department, on Saturday, February 27, which will be taught by three graduate students from Japan. Reservation by email is required as seats are limited.

Sat
27

Softball vs. Valley Forge

12:00 PM

The Gallaudet University softball team will host the University of Valley Forge in the home opener at the GU Softball Complex. Come out and support your Bison!

Sat
27

Baseball vs. Valley Forge

12:00 PM

The Gallaudet University baseball team will host the University of Valley Forge at Hoy Field. Come out and support your Bison!

Sat
27

Swimming lessons for children ages 1-17

11:00 AM

Gallaudet University Physical Education & Recreation Department will provide swimming lessons at all levels that help children develop confidence and competency in the water.

Sat
27

Swim lessons for adults, ages 17 and up

11:50 AM

Gallaudet University Physical Education & Recreation Department will provide swimming lessons at all levels that will help adults develop confidence and competency in the water.

Sun
28

Baseball vs. Muhlenberg

12:00 PM

The Gallaudet University baseball team will host Muhlenberg College at Hoy Field. Come out and support your Bison!

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