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Announcement Archive

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

January 2015
Mon
26

Huge Poster Sale

Huge Poster Sale on January 26 and 27 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room.

Sat
3

Kellogg Conference Hotel closed to overnight guests

During renovation, the Kellogg Conference Hotel will be closed to overnight guests from November 24 through Jan 6. The breaklounge and Bistro will be closed during this time as well. The hotel IS OPEN for day events and the executive and sales offices will remain open during regular hours.

Tue
6

Teaching and Learning Development Day

In this interactive session, faculty will learn about Collaborative Academic Advising and its impact on retention and student satisfaction. Join us on January 12 from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.

Tue
6

New Volume of Gallaudet Chronicles of Psychology is published online

The Department of Psychology is happy to announce that the new issue of Chronicles of Psychology, a peer-reviewed journal of psychology, is published online at http://www.gallaudet.edu/psychology/chronicles_of_psychology.

Wed
7

Archives Policy Change for Deaf Biographica and Deaf Subject files

The Gallaudet University Archives is changing its policy for access to the Deaf Biographical and Deaf Subject files.

Wed
7

Provost's Office will be Closed January 8-9

The Provost's Office will be closed January 8-9, 2015 during our move to College Hall. In the event that it is completely necessary for you to contact us, you may contact the President's Office at ext. 5005. The office will reopen on Monday, January 12, 2015 at 8:30 a.m.

Wed
7

Families with Young Children Needed to Participate in Study of Family Therapy Services

We are currently conducting research on Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) with families where there are one or more deaf members. If you are a parent and/or caregiver of a child between the ages of 3 and 6, and are interested in family therapy services and have one or more family members who are deaf, you may be eligible to participate in this study.

Wed
7

Lunch will be Served in the Breaklounge on January 7.

Lunch will be served in the breaklounge on January 7.

Thu
8

Gallaudet Honors Advantage

Video of the GU Honors Advantage is now available

Fri
9

Spring 2015 Online Business Registration for Students

Online business registration for students is now available through Bison Student Self-Service until January 23, 2015.

Fri
9

Call for Articles and Reviewers for the 4th Volume of Chronicles of Psychology

The Department of Psychology is happy to announce that the 4th volume of the Chronicles of Psychology, a peer-reviewed journal of psychology is underway and offers graduate students the opportunity to submit articles or become reviewers.

Fri
9

Spring 2015 - Text Book Order

Place your spring 2015 - Text Book Order by January 9, 2015.

Mon
12

New Features Available in Early Availability Starfish® 5.3 and General Availability Starfish® 5.2

Easier data-driven decision making for everyone at the institution! That is the theme of this release. Read on to learn more about the new features and updates.

Mon
12

Water Main Repair Near KDES Parking Lot

Water main repair near KDES parking lot will start on January 14, weather permitting.

Mon
12

Electrical Outages Planned Campus-wide

Electrical outages planned campus-wide on January 13-14, between 3:00-6:00 a.m.

Mon
12

Cable TV System Upgrade

On January 13-14, the Gallaudet cable TV system will be upgraded to digital distribution. Most stations will end up with new channel numbers. You will need to perform a scan for channels on your television to properly view all stations when the work is complete.

Mon
12

Blackboard Data Center Maintenance Scheduled

On Friday, January 16 between 2:00–6:00 a.m., Blackboard will be performing infrastructure maintenance at the Blackboard VA3 data center.

Mon
12

Deaf Children (4 and 7 years old) Needed for Brain Imaging Study

Seeking 4-year-old and 7-year-old deaf children to come and participate in a brain imaging and eye tracking study at the Brain & Language Laboratory (BL2) at Gallaudet University.

Tue
13

Space Still Available in New Hybrid Basic Spanish Course

Space is still available in Spanish basic courses, Spanish 111.HY.01 (new hybrid basic Spanish course) and Spanish 111.02. No permission from the teacher is needed.

Tue
13

Fitness Complex Hours - Spring 2015

The Gallaudet Fitness Complex will begin new spring semester hours on Tuesday, January 20. The complex will be open from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. on Monday through Friday. It will be closed on Saturday and open 1-5 p.m. on Sunday.

Wed
14

Principles of Insurance and Risk Management Course (Open for registration)

Department of Business is offering a course in Principles of Insurance and Risk Management this spring 2015.

Wed
14

Spanish Waiver Test

If you have some knowledge of Spanish and would like to freshen up on your skills or continue on at a higher level, please email Pilar Pinar about the Spanish placement test.

Wed
14

Unveiling of President Hurwitz Portrait

The ceremony of the unveiling of Gallaudet's 10th President T. Alan Hurwitz will be held on Friday, April 10, 2015 at 3 p.m. in the Gallaudet Museum.

Wed
14

Shuttle Schedule

Weekend/Holiday Schedule

Wed
14

MSSD Open House

Spread the word to families and students interested in MSSD! We have open house events scheduled for February 6 and registration is open!

Thu
15

January NSO is here!

January 2015 NSO

Thu
15

International Signs

This Spring semester, the Department of Interpretation is offering A SPECIAL TOPIC COURSE OF International Signs (IS) on Wednesday's from 1:00 TO 3:50 p.m. SOME SEATING spaces are still available. The course is designed to introduce the students to International Signs (IS). The course will discuss the systematic investigation with the use of language, the use of hands, and parts of the body in communication and cognition.

Thu
15
Thu
15

GSR 210 Class Available: Women's Sexual Health in the Deaf Community

Students will focus on current literature pertaining to D/deaf and hard of hearing women’s sexuality (e.g. sexual education, sexual satisfaction, sexual abuse, access to sexual health care, etc.).

Fri
16

HMB Construction Open House

HMB Construction Open House

Fri
16

Spring 2015 Deadline for Faculty/Staff Tuition Waivers

Spring 2015 Deadline for Faculty/Staff Tuition Waivers

Mon
19

Electrical Outage

Electrical Outage

Mon
19

Cable TV System Upgrade Completed

The Gallaudet cable TV system was upgraded to digital distribution last week (January 13–14). As a result, most stations have ended up with new channel numbers and you will need to scan for channels on your television in order to properly view all stations.

Mon
19

JumpStart 2015 Summer Job Positions Available

JumpStart 2015 Peer Counselors and Interns

Mon
19

Call for Talent (ASL Video Work)

Seeking ASL-fluent talent from the Gallaudet community! (Faculty, Staff, Students, Alumni, Friends) We need your talent for our online ASL videos!

Tue
20

10th Anniversary Deaf Women of Color Conference

Join us for the 10th Anniversary Deaf Women of Color Conference on March 5-7 from 3 pm. to 1 a.m. in the MPR at Gallaudet University.

Tue
20

ASLPI Scheduling

ASLPI Scheduling for Spring 2015

Tue
20

Huge Poster Sale

Huge Poster Sale on January 26 and 27 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room.

Wed
21

Green Dot

The next Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training for Gallaudet University students will be this Saturday, January 24. This will be an opportunity to learn more about bystander intervention, explore obstacles, develop strategies for intervening and to work together to make this community a safer place.

Wed
21

Do you need a GSR 210 course? Sign-up for GSR 210.11 on Saturdays.

GSR 210.11 Course: Women's Sexual Health in the Deaf Community

Wed
21

Changes in Microsoft Licensing for Gallaudet University

Microsoft has updated their product offerings and licensing options for academic institutions. Please take a moment to learn more about these updates and take advantage of the offerings now available for personal and institutional use.

Wed
21

Space Still Available in New Hybrid Basic Spanish Course

Space is still available in Spanish basic courses, Spanish 111.HY.01 (new hybrid basic Spanish course) and Spanish 111.02. No permission from the teacher is needed.

Wed
21

Spanish Waiver Test

If you have some knowledge of Spanish and would like to freshen up on your skills or continue on at a higher level, please email Pilar Pinar about the Spanish placement test.

Wed
21

Men's Soccer Team Meeting

The Gallaudet University men's soccer program will hold a team meeting on Wednesday, January 28 at 5 p.m. in the Field House, G-41 team meeting room. The meeting is required for all interested GU students who would like to participate in the 2015 season. There will be non-traditional practices in the spring of 2015 before the program returns to varsity status in the fall of 2015.

Thu
22

Deaf Adult ASL signers needed for study of signed languages in the brain

We invite you to participate in a research project (1.5 hours, paid $20 per hour) studying signed languages in the brain.

Thu
22

The First-Ever Online International DeafBlind Conference

The DeafBlind Community, Communication, Trends & Techniques

Thu
22

Diversity Dialogue: "Black Lives Matter"

In the wake of the events in Ferguson, Missouri; New York City; Ohio; and elsewhere, the Office of Diversity and Equity for Students is planning a series of presentations and dialogues on the theme of "Black Lives Matter". We will invite local and national leaders in law enforcement, civil rights, community organization, and higher education to present on the impact of these recent events at the individual, family, community, national, and global levels.

Fri
23

Gallaudet Staff Council to host first Staff Professional Development Workshop: Leadership for Change with Dr. Francis Duffy

The Gallaudet Staff Council Staff Development and Welfare Committee will host a professional development workshop for staff entitled "Leadership for Change" with Dr. Francis M. Duffy, professor and program director of the Master of Public Administration program in the Department of Government and Public Affairs on Tuesday, Feb. 3 from 9 a.m. to noon.

Fri
23

LGBTQ Scholarship Fund Luncheon

The Rainbow Society will be hosting their first ever luncheon event for Faculty and staff members who are interested in supporting the new LGBTQ scholarship fund.

Fri
23

BL2's CI Study!

Dr. Petitto's Brain and Language Laboratory for Neuroimaging (BL2) is inviting participants for our CI study. Participants will be paid $20 an hour.

Fri
23

Special ASL Gatherings Week!

Announcement for a special ASL Gathering in the E-Learning Center

Fri
23

Synetic Theater Workshop: 'The Rest is Silence'

Students interested in participating in a silent Shakespeare theater workshop sponsored by the CAS Dean's Office on February 27 should contact Professor Jill Bradbury by February 2.

Sat
24

State of the University Address by President Hurwitz

The campus community is invited to the annual State of the University Address by President Hurwitz on Tuesday, January 27, at Elstad Auditorium from 12:30 to 1 p.m.

Sat
24

Vlog from the Presidential Search Advisory Committee

PSAC 2014 member and SBG President Andrew Morrill shares updates on the presidential search process. Captions, visual descriptions, and transcripts are provided in the video summary.

Mon
26

Kendall Student Introduces the First Lady at the White House

Ten KDES students went to the White House on January 21, with second grade teacher Akilah English and KDES principal Debbie Trapani for a "Let's Read, Let's Move!" event hosted by the U.S. Department of Education. Second grader Tristan Macfadden even got to introduce First Lady Michelle Obama!

Mon
26

MSSD Invites You to Winter Dance Concert: On the Beat

Audiences will experience a myriad of dance styles, including jazz, modern, ballet, funk, African, hip-hop, emotional, and contact improvisation, as expressed by talented MSSD dancers and a variety of professional guest companies.

Mon
26

"I Have a Dream" Shabbat Dinner

What would you sacrifice to repair the world? What did Martin Luther King, Jr. have in common with the Jewish leaders who fought for civil rights with him? Come enjoy a delicious Shabbat dinner and stay to ask big questions, understand others, and understand yourself. Come out and join us on Friday, January 30 at SAC Flex AB -- (next to the Marketplace).

Mon
26

National Academic Bowl Competition Committee/Volunteer

Youth Programs and Outreach Department proudly presents the 19th Annual National Academic Bowl Competition. This event will be happening through the weekend of April 25-28!

Mon
26

Psychology Research Conference: Call for Abstracts

The Gallaudet University Psi Chi chapter is hosting a Psychology Research Conference called “Exploring Psychology Tracks”. The purpose of this conference is to support the development of ethically and socially responsible members and leaders in the psychology field, and to educate one another about specific underserved populations.

Mon
26

Institutional Review Board (IRB)

Who loves research? We do! If you would like to discuss your class assignments and/or your individual research, an IRB member will be happy to meet with you to discuss the IRB process.

Mon
26

The J.M.K. Innovation Prize

Apply for the J.M.K Innovation Prize!

Mon
26

Recruiting 4 and 7-Year Old Children!

This experiment measures visual attention and brain activity in children. While your child sees words and sign language videos, an eye tracking machine will measure your child’s eye gaze, and a functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy machine (fNIRS) will measure your child’s brain activity.

Mon
26

Are Some ASL Lexical Signs Thousands of Years Old? - DOI Colloquium Series Lecture

You are invited to a Department of Interpretation Colloquium Series lecture entitled "Are Some ASL Lexical Signs Thousands of Years Old?, by Dr. Keith Cagle on Friday, February 6 from 12-1:30 p.m. in MLC-B111.

Tue
27

TAPT

Turn a Page Together

Tue
27

Learn About Our International Development MA Program

International Development MA Program

Wed
28

Participants Needed for Research in Perceived Offensiveness of ASL Swear Signs

Participants needed for filling out a survey for perceived offensiveness of ASL swear signs

Wed
28

151st Charter Day Brunch and Awards Ceremony

Come and celebrate Gallaudet's 151st Charter Day on Saturday, April 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Ole Jim.

Wed
28

Graduation Festival 2015

The President's Office is hosting the annual Graduation Festival (GradFest) event from 11 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 25. This event is for all graduating seniors, grad and PhD students who will graduate in May 2015.

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