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If you are Deaf, a native ASL user, and at least 18 years old, we need you for an ASL research study. Participants will get $15/hour!
The Mental Health Center will be closed on Monday, April 21 due to an electrical inspection in the Kellogg Conference Hotel. In case of emergency, please contact the Department of Public Safety.
The NDGB camp will be held at the Maryland School for the Deaf in Frederick, Md., June 24-29. The camp is open to deaf and coda (hearing children with deaf parents) girls. The camp offers an overnight camp for girls in 6th to 12th grades and a day camp for girls ages 9 to 5th grade.
Gallaudet is saddened to announce the passing of Ruth Taubert Seeger, '49, athlete, teacher, and advocate.
ASL VII will be offered from May 19 through May 30 for faculty, staff, and graduate students. This is an advanced study of ASL grammar and will further development and refinement of skills and ASL fluency.
Travel down the Yellow Brick Road to Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD) spring production directed by Tami Santimyer. Come and see how MSSD's talented cast brings to life the mysterious Land of Oz, April 24 through 26 at Theatre Malz.
Come join us on Hotchkiss Field, Thursday, April 24 from 12:30 to 1:45 p.m. (If it rains, we'll be in the gym). Come dressed ready to excercise and move! High and low impact exercise activities. All students, faculty and staff invited--come one come all!
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Deaf Abused Women's Network (DAWN) invites you to join in their second annual Clothesline Project. Break the silence and express your feelings and/or experiences of power based personal violence through your own art on t-shirts. The Clothesline Project will take place on Thursday, April 24 from 4 to 6 p.m. in SLCC 2300 A&B.
In honor of Earth Day, help a GSR 150 class plant seeds in egg cartons to give to Kendall School children. Join us Monday, April 21 from 1:30 to 2:50 p.m. in the JSAC Java Corner.
The Office of Communications and Public Relations would like to update our Expertise Guide. The goal is to gather as many responses as possible and post the Expertise Guide on our website for the media and general public to learn which of our faculty and staff can comment on news, current events, and research in a variety of areas.
ColorFEST is a Deaf and Hard of Hearing LGBTQIA Youth-targeted non-profit event that strives to create a haven where youths can discover leadership, networking and valuable tools to help further enrich their lives as young deaf and hard of hearing queer adults. This year, ColorFEST is being hosted at the Rochester Institute of Technology from April 18 trhrough 20.
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