Announcement Archive

Announcement Archive

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March 2015
Sat
28

Introduction to Urban Gardening Workshop

Join Green Grow for a hands-on workshop on how to create an urban garden with nutrient dense plants and soil. This workshop will be held on Saturday, March 28 from 9 a.m.-noon at the Gallaudet Garden. Spaces are limited.

Sun
1

iDeafNews episode featuring MSSD students

The iDeafNews crew visited MSSD to produce a special episode with MSSD students as guest anchors and field interviewers. Watch it online!

Mon
2

Campus Climate Survey

Please complete the campus climate survey! The collection for the survey begins March 2. An email will be sent to all university staff, faculty, and administrators with a link to the survey. The purpose of the survey is to gauge the university's community climate.

Mon
2

Action Station in the Bistro - Jambalaya

Jambalaya Action Station for Lunch in the Bistro Wednesday, March 4 from 11:30 am-2 pm

Mon
2

Mark Your Calendars: Free Small Business Legal Clinic on April 1

Volunteers from the DC Bar Pro Bono Program are coming to Gallaudet University to provide advice on legal business issues to business owners or aspiring entrepreneurs.

Mon
2

Road Closures on Saturday, March 14

The Rock & Roll Marathon course will block roads nearby Gallaudet, including H, K, and 4th Streets, NE.

Tue
3

Field House Parking Closures Scheduled for Thursday, March 5

Field House parking closures Thursday, March 5th

Tue
3

Learn to Meditate with Gallaudet Zen Meditation Club

Ōshin Jennings, a visiting deaf, Zen Buddhist monk, will offer teaching, meditation instructions, and answer questions.

Tue
3

"Building a Better Future Begins With You" by Linsay Darnall, Jr.

A workshop presentation on Tuesday, March 3 at 8 pm in JSAC MPR.

Tue
3

AD Self Service (Password Reset) System Maintenance

Users will not be able to reset their password (new or forgotten) or unlock their user accounts on March 4 between 7–8 am.

Tue
3

Last Call: Take a Look at the Exhibition for the Last Time

Last Call: Take a Look at the Exhibition for the Last Time. Grab an opportunity now to take a look at the "Making a Difference: Deaf Peace Corps Volunteers" exhibition by the Gallaudet University Museum.

Tue
3

The Nathie Marbury ASL Soul Poetry Showcase

Nathie Marbury Soul Poetry Showcase will take place on Friday, March 6 from 8-10 pm hosted at Gallaudet University in the Andrew Foster Auditorium.

Tue
3

Summer Programs for Signers in Siena, Italy

Summer Programs for Signers in Siena, Italy - Application Deadline April 1, 2015.

Tue
3

Deadline Extended -- Hlibok Playwriting Competition

The Bruce Hlibok Playwriting Competition has been extended to March 9, 2015.

Wed
4

Hearing and Speech Center Walk-In Cancelled

The Hearing and Speech Center walk-in scheduled for Friday, March 6 is cancelled.

Wed
4

2015 Summer Book Order

Plan to teach summer courses? If so, remember to submit your forms to the Bison Shop.

Wed
4

Siena Study Italy Summer 2015 Consortia Program

Gallaudet University has an affiliation Consortium program with the Siena School in Italy for course cross-registration and study abroad experience for deaf students. Interested eligible students can earn Gallaudet 'resident credit' when cross registered through the Registrar's Office.

Wed
4

Internship Opportunities in Chemistry and Science

A number of internship opportunities for the summer including Harvard University and Rochester Institute of Technology.

Wed
4

Faculty and Students Invited to Join Scientific and Educational Competition

Gallaudet faculty and students are invited to participate in an annual scientific and educational competition that has the goal of improving quality of life for people with disabilities. Hosted by one of Russia’s most prestigious universities, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, on Wednesday, March 18.

Wed
4

The Arts & Sciences of Funeral and Mortuary Services, a presentation by Lori Voelker Kober, '90

Lori Voelker Kober, a '90 Gallaudet graduate, is currently the only deaf licensed funeral home director and embalmer. She will give a presentation on funeral planning services, licensing, and embalming art on Friday, April 10 from 9:30 to 11:30 am in the SLCC-Atrium.

Thu
5

"Diverse Deaf Women Who Changed HERstory" by First Lady Vicki T. Hurwitz

To celebrate Women's HERstory Month, First Lady Vicki T. Hurwitz will host a workshop entitled: "Diverse Deaf Women who Changed HERstory."

Thu
5

Internship and Job Fair 2015

Gallaudet University's Spring 2015 Internship and Job Fair is being postponed until March 27 from 11 am to 3 pm in the Field House due to the potential weather.

Thu
5

Chief Diversity Officer Position - Community Feedback Session

The Gallaudet community is invited to provide feedback on the Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) job description and oversight of responsibilities

Thu
5

Women's HERstory Month Opening Ceremony "Empowering Deaf Women"

In celebration of Women's HERstory Month, the Multicultural Student Programs and Campus Activities will have an open ceremony on Thursday, March 5, 2015 from 12:30 to 2 pm at JSAC Multipurpose Room. Dr.Garcia-Fernandez will present "Empowering Deaf Women." Co-sponsored by Multicultural Student Programs and Campus Activities.

Fri
6

Dr. Christian Vogler appointed to the Federal Communication Commission’s Disability Advisory Committee

Vogler was appointed to serve as a Representative Member on the Federal Communication Commission's Disability Advisory Committee (DAC). The DAC is the Commission's inaugural advisory committee established to advise the agency on communications access issues for individuals with disabilities.

Fri
6

First Folio of Shakespeare National Exhibition is Coming to Gallaudet and We Need You

We are seeking faculty, staff, students, and alumni to help plan Gallaudet's month of hosting the First Folio, "The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare" national exhibition.

Fri
6

Important Financial Aid Information for Graduating Students

The Financial Aid Office wants to work with you to make sure your financial obligations are met so you can receive your diploma!

Fri
6

Black Lives Matter: Addressing Inequity and Injustice On and Off Campus. Do Black Lives Matter at Gallaudet?: Student Voices and Experiences.

On March 12, we will continue to examine privilege and racism at Gallaudet. A panel of African American/Black students will discuss their experiences with access to the full range of opportunities at Gallaudet and inequities which they feel are related to privilege and race. The panel will be followed by a dialogue aimed at helping us gain understanding and address concerns.

Fri
6

Liberty Mutual Quote Day

A Liberty Mutual representative will have a booth at JSAC, Alcove #1 on Thursday, March 12, from 11 am-2 pm.

Mon
9

Siena Study Italy Summer 2015 Consortia Program

Gallaudet University has an affiliation Consortium program with the Siena School in Italy for course cross-registration and study abroad experience for deaf students. Interested eligible students can earn Gallaudet 'resident credit' when cross registered through the Registrar's Office.

Mon
9

Submit Your Manuscript to JADARA

JADARA is a widely read publication which deals with research findings (pragmatic applications), program descriptions, articles on deafness, the disciplines of rehabilitation, social services, mental health, and other related areas.

Mon
9

Yoga in ASL

Darcy White will lead an ASL Yoga class starting March 21.

Tue
10

HMB STM Weekly Renovation Update

Weekly renovation update for the HMB STM project.

Tue
10

ASL Gatherings Review Challenge

ASL Gatherings will be having its midterm challenge! Join us as we review topics covered throughout the semester.

Tue
10

How Much Is Too Much?

How much alcohol is too much? It could mean drinking too much at one time, drinking too often, or both. It’s important to be aware of how much you are drinking, whether your drinking pattern is risky, the harm that some drinking patterns can cause, and ways to reduce your risks. A workshop about alcohol will take place on Tuesday, March 10 from 12-2 pm in the cafeteria.

Tue
10

Special Presentation: Washington Post Columnist Clinton Yates

Clinton Yates, a Washington Post columnist and local journalist, will speak at Gallaudet on Tuesday, March 10, 9:30-10:50 a.m. in JSAC 1010. He will discuss student journalism and the making of a column.

Tue
10

Delay in Mail Delivery

Due to the closing of the Post Office last week, a large shipment of mail and packages is expected this week.

Tue
10

Spring Yoga in ASL Classes

Spring Yoga in ASL classes at NoMa and Eastern Market.

Tue
10

Tamale Action Station at the Bistro

Chef Decko continues with an action station of tamale, serving chicken or crabmeat tamales, chayote salad, black bean corn salad, and a green papaya salad.

Tue
10

Dr. Carol Padden next up in the VL2 Distinguished Lecture Series

Are you curious about how sign language develops? Come watch Dr. Carol Padden's talk!

Tue
10

Kennedy Center Performance Discussion - Silent NO MORE

Join us for a One-Night-Only Kennedy Center Performance and Discussion on Saturday, March 28 at 7:30 pm. Complimentary tickets available for Gallaudet students, faculty, and staff.

Wed
11

Out of the Darkness Campus Walk

Suicide Awareness / Suicide Education / Suicide Prevention - Campus Walk on April 25 from 8:30 a.m.-noon at the Peikoff Alumni House (PAH), Olmstead Green.

Wed
11

Women Leadership Panel

Women leadership panel discussion will be held on Thursday, March 12 from 12:30-2 pm in JSAC Java Corner.

Wed
11

New Campus Furniture Standards

Furniture mockup will be on the fourth floor of HMB, March 10-13 from 9 am to 4 pm, to view and collect feedback for the new campus furniture standards.

Wed
11

Income Tax Day

Free tax service day from March 26 to March 28

Wed
11

Save the Date: 2015 Grants Recognition Reception

Please save the date for the 2015 Grants Recognition Reception scheduled for April 8, 2015, from 4:30-6 pm.

Wed
11

Modified Shuttle Schedule

Closures relating to the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon

Wed
11

World Federation of the Deaf (WFD) Internship

WFD is sending out a Call for Applications on Internship to take place in the WFD Secretariat from May 4-August 2.

Thu
12

ASL Swearing Survey

Survey for males who have learned conversational ASL before age of 13, about their perceived offensiveness of specific ASL Swear Signs.

Thu
12

Maryland School for the Deaf and Faupel Performing Arts Club

Spring Production: Beverly Hillbillies to be hosted at the Maryland School for the Deaf in Frederick, Md.

Thu
12

Volunteers needed: 2015 National Battle of the Books Competition

Volunteers needed for 2015 National Battle of the Books competition on March 30.

Fri
13

This Day in History

Today marks the 27th anniversary of Gallaudet's historic Deaf President Now movement, which ended on March 13, 1988 with the appointment of I. King Jordan, the university's first deaf president.

Fri
13

Electrical Outages Planned

Facilities will be performing electrical maintenance March 16-18.

Fri
13

Department of Interpretation MAI Research Presentations

Department of Interpretation MAI research presentations on March 27 at 8:30 in JSAC, Room 1011.

Fri
13

HMB STM Weekly Renovation Update

Weekly renovation update for the HMB STM project

Fri
13

March ASL Gatherings Calendar

What's happening with ASL Gatherings for Faculty in March?

Fri
13

Rock Gym Closed for Spring Break

The Rock Gym will be closed for spring break from Sunday, March 15-Sunday, March 22. It will reopen on Monday, March 24.

Fri
13

Pool Closed for Spring Break

The pool will be closed for spring break from Saturday, March 14-Sunday, March 22. It will re-open on Monday, March 23 at 6:30 am.

Fri
13
Fri
13

Make a Difference at Gallaudet University

Make a difference at Gallaudet University by completing the Student Climate Survey and help us learn more about your experience with Gallaudet!

Fri
13

Workshop Series: What The Best Teachers Do

Dr. Dennis Galvan will lead the final installment of the "What the Best Teachers Do" workshop series. His presentation, "What Excellent Teachers at Gallaudet Do" will take place on Tuesday, March 24 from 12:30 to 1:50 p.m. in SLCC, Room 1302.

Fri
13

Spring Internship and Job Fair

The Career Center will host a semi-annual fair for students, alumni, faculty, staff, and their immediate family members on March 27 from 11 am to 3 pm in the Field House gymnasium.

Sat
14

March 2015 LGBTQA Resource Center E-News is Now Available

The LGBTQA Resource Center produces a monthly eNewsletter with information on events for that month as well as upcoming events and local and national LGBTQA information. The March 2015 E-News is now available!

Sat
14

Students Wanted for Research Study

Seeking undergraduate or graduate signers who self-identify as DeafBlind to participate in a research study.

Mon
16

Siena Study Italy Summer 2015 Consortia Program

Gallaudet University has an affiliation Consortium program with the Siena School in Italy for course cross-registration and study abroad experience for deaf students. Interested eligible students can earn Gallaudet 'resident credit' when cross registered through the Registrar's Office.

Mon
16

Have you ever wondered....?

How many students are enrolled at Gallaudet?

Mon
16

Think Spring Happy Hour

Join us for a Think Spring Happy Hour on March 19 from 4-7 p.m. at the Bidwell Restaurant in Union Market.

Mon
16

Introduction to Urban Gardening Workshop

Join Green Grow for a hands-on workshop on how to create an urban garden with nutrient dense plants and soil. This workshop will be held on Saturday, March 28 from 9 a.m.-noon at the Gallaudet Garden. Spaces are limited.

Mon
16

University Communications Editorial Calendar Now Available

To support the university's content marketing strategy, the Office of University Communications has created an editorial calendar to guide content creation and submissions for some of our printed communications.

Mon
16

Philly Cheese Steak Action Station

Philly Cheese Steak Action Station in the Bistro on Wednesday March 18 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Mon
16
Mon
16

Franklin & Marshall College Common Hour First Deaf Presenter

Franklin & Marshall College is hosting its first deaf presenter, Dr. Patrick Boudreault, who will be presenting thought provoking ideas highly relevant to the deaf community. See enclosed link for additional information.

Tue
17

Have you ever wondered….?

What is the percentage of international students at Gallaudet?

Tue
17

Weight Room Hours during Spring Break

The Gallaudet University weight room and fitness complex will only be open between 11 am and 1 pm during spring break (Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 20). It will resume regular hours on Sunday, March 22, from 1-5 pm.

Tue
17

Register for Gallaudet athletic summer camps (basketball and volleyball)

Gallaudet University athletics will offer four different summer camps that will give campers direct American Sign Language (ASL) instruction as they work to improve their skills in basketball and volleyball. Register today!

Tue
17

Microsoft Office 2013 Upgrade Scheduled

Microsoft Office will be deployed to all GTS-managed (Windows) computers starting March 18.

Tue
17

Online Survey: Deaf and hard of hearing adults needed

The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Telecommunications Access at Gallaudet University is conducting an online survey to learn about the experiences of adults who are hard of hearing, deaf, or have hearing loss in their use of voice telecommunications technology in the U.S. (regular telephones, cell phones, captioned phones, Skype, etc.)

Tue
17

Network Maintenance Scheduled for March 18

GTS will be performing maintenance on the Internet circuits on Wednesday, March 18, from 3 to 9 p.m. During this window, Internet traffic will be disrupted.

Tue
17

ASL Gatherings Special: Dr. Carolyn McCaskill

Enjoy your spring break! Then come back and enjoy a special ASL Gatherings week with Dr. Carolyn McCaskill as she presents information from her seminal book, "The Hidden Treasure of Black ASL."

Wed
18

Gallaudet Staff Council to Host Three More “Leadership for Change” Workshops with Dr. Francis Duffy

The Gallaudet Staff Council Staff Development and Welfare Committee is pleased to offer this workshop again – not once, but three times – during March and April.

Wed
18

Deaf Latina Women Leaders - Past and Present Panel

Deaf Latina Women Leaders - Past and Present Panel from all walks of life will discuss their experiences in breaking through the "glass ceilings" in their careers or communities, as they share tips for aspiring female leaders. The panel is scheduled for March 24 from 12:30-1:30 pm in JSAC-Multipurpose Room.

Wed
18

Important Announcement for Graduating Students from the Financial Aid Office

Graduating students with loans must complete exit counseling to receive their diploma

Wed
18

The Rosa Lee Show

The Rosa Lee Show will be held on April 18 at 7:15 pm in the Model Secondary School for the Deaf-Malz Theater.

Wed
18

GSC University Staff Meeting

The Gallaudet Staff Council will hold a communitywide staff meeting on Thursday, March 19, at 12:30 p.m. in the Andrew J. Foster Auditorium.

Wed
18

Have you ever wondered….?

Are there more students pursuing doctoral degrees this spring compared to last spring?

Wed
18

Internet Explorer 11 Upgrade Scheduled

Internet Explorer 11 will be deployed to all GTS-managed (Windows) computers starting March 23.

Thu
19

Chief Diversity Officer Position - Community Feedback Session

The Gallaudet community is invited to provide feedback on the Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) job description and oversight of responsibilities.

Thu
19

Panel Presentation: Telling Stories with Video and Graphics

How can video and graphics deepen stories and enhance journalistic writing? Join ENG 385: Fundamentals of Journalism for four perspectives. Panelists will bring perspectives from work at the Washington Post Express, RedEye video production company, freelance work, and Gallaudet

Thu
19

Journalism -- On Campus and Beyond

How does an idea become a published article? What does it take to write for local and national publications? Where do ethical considerations come in? Join ENG 385: Fundamentals of Journalism for this open panel to find out. Panelists: Kayla Head and Tara Congdon.

Thu
19

MSSD Students Will Make Your Car Spring Ready

Ready to rid your car of all that road salt from this season's winter storms? MSSD is hosting a car wash fundraiser for the softball team Saturday, March 21, and Thursday, March 26, at MSSD.

Thu
19

Happy Nowruz!

Save the date! The first Nowruz (Persian New Year) celebration in Gallaudet University history will take place on March 27, 2015 from 5-9 pm in Ole Jim.

Thu
19

Deaf Women of Color Conference

Deaf Women of Color conference has been rescheduled for April 16-18, from 3 pm to 1 am at the JSAC-MPR, Foster Auditorium and Flex A & B.

Thu
19

Have you ever wondered….?

How many students enrolled last fall that graduated in December?

Fri
20

Gallaudet Baseball Playing Saturday night in Waldorf, Md.

The Gallaudet University campus community is invited to come out Saturday evening to support the Bison baseball team as they take on Rivier University at Regency Stadium, the home of the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs in Waldorf, Md.

Fri
20

New vlog from the Presidential Search Advisory Committee

PSAC2014 member Elvia Guillermo, G'03 shares updates on the presidential search process. Captions, visual description, and transcripts are provided in the video summary.

Fri
20

Modified shuttle service this weekend

The shuttle will operate on a modified schedule on Saturday, March 21 and Sunday, March 22 with no late night service.

Fri
20

Shrimp & Grits Action Station

Shrimp & Grits Action Station at the Bistro Wednesday March 25 from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

Fri
20

Have you ever wondered…?

What is the university’s undergraduate retention rate from fall to spring?

Sat
21

Student Financial Appeals

Financial appeals for students are due to the Student Financial Services (SFS) office no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, March 27 for students who cannot pay off their account by April 10 in time to register for fall classes.

Sun
22

Faculty Needed for Research Study: What The Best Teachers Do training in the workplace

The objective of this study is to examine motivation factors of the learning transfer from training programs to the workplace.

Sun
22

HMB Weekly Renovation Update

During the week of Monday, March 23 through Friday, March 27 the contractor will continue demolition of the north side of the 4th floor of HMB.

Sun
22

Summer Financial Aid

Tips for students planning to take classes during the summer sessions.

Mon
23

Deaf Camps, Inc. to host an Easter party

Deaf Camps, Inc. is hosting an Easter party on Saturday, March 28 from 5:00-7:30 p.m. at the Christ Deaf Church.

Mon
23

Siena Study Italy Summer 2015 Consortia Program

Gallaudet University has an affiliation Consortium program with the Siena School in Italy for course cross-registration and study abroad experience for deaf students. Interested eligible students can earn Gallaudet 'resident credit' when cross registered through the Registrar's Office.

Mon
23

"Eyes on the Prize" documentary film screening

March 2015 marks the 50th anniversary of the civil rights marches from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. To honor this moment in time, Gallaudet will screen the documentary "Eyes on the Prize" on Thursday, March 26 at 6:00 p.m.

Mon
23

Shrimp & Grits Action Station

Shrimp & Grits Action Station at the Bistro Wednesday, March 25 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Mon
23

Bison System Maintenance Scheduled

Bison (bison.gallaudet.edu) will be offline March 27-29 for system maintenance.

Mon
23

Internship and Job Fair 2015

The Spring Internship and Job Fair will be held on Friday, March 27 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Mon
23

Memorial of Christ's Death

A Bible-based sign language presentation will be held in the Andrew Foster Auditorium on Friday, April 3 at 7:30 p.m. commemorating the death of Jesus Christ.

Mon
23

GUKCH collecting donations for local shelters

The Gallaudet University Kellogg Conference Hotel (GUKCH) is collecting children's undergarments throughout the month of March to donate to local shelters.

Mon
23

Deaf bilingual participants needed for an NIH-funded study

Deaf ASL/English bilinguals are invited to participate in a research study on language processing. We are accepting participants during and after spring break.

Mon
23

Starfish® Early Availability Upgrade Scheduled

Starfish® Early Availability will be offline on Saturday, March 28 between midnight and 6 a.m.

Mon
23

Register for the GUPC Research Conference !!

The Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology at Gallaudet University will host our Second Annual Research Conference called "Exploring Psychology Tracks."

Mon
23

Working for a Revolution: Neil Roland’s Fight for American Civil Rights

Neil Roland was an 18-year-old undergrad when he decided to put school on hold and get an education of a lifetime. He traveled to Alabama to help combat the injustice happening to African Americans by way of voter suppression, and violence at the hands of the KKK and White Citizens’ Councils. He will share his stories of civil rights legends and why he joined a revolution that swept through the nation and altered America forever. Join us Thursday, March 26 at 6 p.m. in MLCB 111 (library basement). Refreshments provided.

Mon
23

The Rosa Lee Show

The Rosa Lee Show will be held on April 18 at 7:15 pm in the Model Secondary School for the Deaf-Malz Theater.

Tue
24

Dissertation defense by Daniel Roush

Mr. Daniel Roush, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Interpretation, will defend his dissertation on Friday, April 3 at 2:00 pm in the Hall Memorial Building (HMB), Room 1002. The first forty minutes of the dissertation defense are open to the Gallaudet community.

Tue
24

Gallaudet Dance Company 60th Anniversary Dance Concert

Gallaudet Dance Company announce its 60th anniversary spring dance concert, entitled "Celebrating 60 Years of Dance", which will be performed on Friday, April 3 at 10:30 am and 7:30 pm and Saturday, April 4 at 7:30 pm in the Elstad Auditorium.

Tue
24

Hillel at Gallaudet and WSJD Celebrate Good Deeds Day

Join Hillel and the Washington Society of Jewish Deaf (WSJD) to make cuddly fleece blankets to donate to children at Children's National Medical Center and to domestic violence survivors at DAWN.

Tue
24

MSSD Students Will Make Your Car Spring Ready

Ready to rid your car of all that road salt from this season's winter storms? MSSD is hosting a car wash fundraiser for the softball team Saturday, March 21, and Thursday, March 26, at MSSD.

Tue
24

Deaf Women of Color Conference

Deaf Women of Color conference has been rescheduled for April 16-18, from 3 pm to 1 am at the JSAC-MPR, Foster Auditorium and Flex A & B.

Wed
25

Deaf World, Global Lens Panel Discussion: Deaf People Surviving Violence

The Deaf World, Global Lens series is presenting a panel discussion on March 26 which intends to explore deaf worlds from a global perspective and interrogate the wealth of experiences deaf people from various parts of the globe have accumulated but do not always have a platform where they can share these experiences.

Wed
25

Deaf and hard of hearing adults needed for online survey

The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Telecommunications Access at Gallaudet University is conducting an online survey to learn about the experiences of adults who are hard of hearing, deaf, or have hearing loss in their use of voice telecommunications technology in the U.S. (regular telephones, cell phones, captioned phones, Skype, etc.)

Wed
25

Tenant Rights, Responsibilities, and Rental Lease 101 workshop

Informative workshop on tenants’ rights, and building and maintaining healthy relationships with landlords. Join us on March 26 from 12:30-2 pm in JSAC, Flex A.

Wed
25

Black Lives Matter: Addressing Inequity and Injustice On and Off Campus--Where do we go from here? Leadership Perspectives

On Tuesday, March 31, from 12:30 to 1:50 p.m. in the Andrew J. Foster Auditorium, the Office of Diversity and Equity for Students (ODES) is honored to host an illustrious guest panel of leaders in law enforcement, civil rights, community organization, and higher education.

Wed
25

Happy Nowruz!

The first Nowruz (Persian New Year) celebration in Gallaudet University's history will take place on March 27, from 5-9 p.m. in Ole Jim (Peikoff Alumni House).

Wed
25

Microsoft Office 2013 Upgrade Scheduled

This is a reminder that GTS will deploy Microsoft Office 2013 to all GTS-managed (Windows) computers in Clerc Center on March 31.

Wed
25

3rd Annual National Battle of the Books Competition!

The Third Annual National BOTB Competition is taking place on Kendall Green March 30, 2015!

Wed
25

University Council Meeting on March 25, 2015 (CANCELED)

University Council Meeting (CANCELED)

Thu
26

Student Financial Appeals

Financial appeals for students are due to the Student Financial Services (SFS) office no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, March 27 for students who cannot pay off their account by April 10 in time to register for fall classes.

Thu
26

Scheduled Maintenance in Ballard North

Scheduled maintenance March 30-April 3.

Thu
26

Women's HERstory Month: Love your Body Expo

Body image is a person's feelings of the aesthetics or sexual attractiveness of their own body, which may be forced onto them by others or social media. We are all beautiful. Please join us at the "Love Your Body Expo" on Friday, March 27, 2015 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the JSAC-MPR.

Thu
26

Commencement 2015 Ushers

Recruiting student ushers for Commencement 2015!

Thu
26

National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA) Information Session

Learn about careers in Imagery Science and Geospatial Analysis at the NGA Information Session! Join us on Thursday, March 26 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the JSAC-G Area.

Thu
26

DC Area Black Deaf Advocates General Meeting

DCABDA has the 2nd general meeting on Saturday, March 28, 2015, from noon-2 p.m. at JSAC 1210. This includes social time, special guest speaker, and DCABDA business.

Thu
26

Small Research Grants (SRG) online application now available!

An online version of the Gallaudet University Small Research Grants (SRG) application is available now.

Thu
26

Small Business Legal Clinic

Volunteers from the DC Bar Pro Bono Program are coming to Gallaudet University to provide free advice on legal business issues to business owners or aspiring entrepreneurs. Join us on Wednesday, April 1, from 5-7 p.m. in JSAC-Multipurpose Room.

Thu
26

Women Dialogue

Dialogue meant for women only-to encourage a comfort zone of expressing, as a woman. Join us women on Friday, March 27 from 7-11 p.m. in the JSAC-Multipurpose Room.

Thu
26

Real Gallaudet Photography Exhibition Opening Reception

Students Photography Exhibition Opening Reception

Fri
27

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.

Fri
27

Come out to the Gallaudet University Track and Field Invitational on Saturday

The Gallaudet University men's and women's track and field teams will host its first official home meet since 1992 this Saturday at the Thomas O. Berg track complex. The Gallaudet University Invitational will begin at 10 a.m. and run until late afternoon. Come out and support the Bison student-athletes as they host four other schools in Catholic University of America, Goucher College, Hagerstown Community College and Hood College.

Fri
27

Eating During Stressful Times

Nourish your body and mind with a presentation in Gallaudet's cafeteria on April 2 from 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Fri
27

Celebrate Passover with Hillel at Gallaudet

Celebrate the Jews' exodus from slavery to freedom at Gallaudet's annual Passover Seder. Enjoy a delicious Kosher meal!

Fri
27

HMB STM weekly renovation update

Weekly update for the HMB STM renovation

Fri
27

Maintenance scheduled for Home (Z:\) drive & Department (R:\, S:\, V:\) drives

Home (Z:\) drive and Department (S:\) drives will be taken offline at 5:00 p.m. on March 27.

Fri
27

Fresh Tortilla Fajita Station at the Bistro

Make you own Fajita on Wednesday April 1

Fri
27

Dept. of Business Day presenting Seth Goldman, CEO of Honest Tea

Seth Goldman, co-founder and CEO of Honest Tea, will speak about entrepreneurship and his experiences with starting and building Honest Tea, which Coca Cola later purchased. Q/A session will follow the presentation on Thursday, April 2, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., in the SLCC Atrium.

Sat
28

Gallaudet's Dr. Steven Collins to appear on "The Kojo Nnamdi Show" Monday, March 30

Dr. Collins, assistant professor in the Department of Interpretation and Coordinator of ASL Support and Deaf Interpretation, will be a guest on WAMU's "The Kojo Nnamdi Show" on Monday, March 30 from 12 noon to 1 p.m.

Sat
28

The Rosa Lee Show

The Rosa Lee Show will be held on April 18 at 7:15 pm in the Model Secondary School for the Deaf-Malz Theater.

Sun
29

Deaf Women of Color Conference

Deaf Women of Color conference has been rescheduled for April 16-18, from 3 pm to 1 am at the JSAC-MPR, Foster Auditorium and Flex A & B.

Sun
29

ASL Gatherings March Madness! Week of March 30, 2015.

ASL Gatherings leads a March Madness series with David Martin and Stacy Nowak.

Sun
29

Next Presentation for PEN’s Lecture Series-April 2nd

Dr. David Klahr discusses teaching children to reason with evidence on Thursday, April 2 from 4-5:30 p.m. in the MLC-B111.

Mon
30

Siena Study Italy Summer 2015 Consortia Program

Gallaudet University has an affiliation Consortium program with the Siena School in Italy for course cross-registration and study abroad experience for deaf students. Interested eligible students can earn Gallaudet 'resident credit' when cross registered through the Registrar's Office.

Mon
30

Income Tax Workshop

Income Tax Workshop at Gallaudet University

Mon
30

Participants needed for a study on ASL

We are looking to see how certain aspects of ASL are represented in the brain!

Mon
30

DOCTOR FAUSTUS by Christopher Marlowe

A scholar sells his soul to the devil in exchange for limitless knowledge and powerful black magic, yet he remains unfulfilled, serving as a warning to those who would sacrifice everything sacred for mere earthly gain.

Mon
30

3rd Annual National Battle of the Books Competition TODAY!!!!!

The Third Annual National BOTB Competition is taking place on Kendall Green March 30, 2015!

Mon
30

Lunch and Learn For Health with BLUE

Please join us for a Lunch and Learn for health seminar.

Tue
31

April ASL Gatherings Calendar!

ASL Gatherings for the month of April.

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