Announcement Archive

Announcement Archive

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

December 2014
Mon
20

"Intent to Submit" form for grant proposals

The Office of Sponsored Programs introduces the new "Intent to Submit" form for grant proposals to help facilitate internal processes of approval and for addressing resource and cost sharing options.

Mon
20

Department of Interpretation lecture

The Department of Interpretation invites the campus to a lecture from Dr. Jeffrey E. Davis, interpreter/translator practitioner, educator, and researcher in the fields of sign language, linguistics, and interpretation/translation, on Friday, January 24 from 3 to 4 p.m. in HMB, Room 1002 A/B.

Tue
21

Undergraduates wanted for memory research study

Seeking deaf undergraduate signers to participate in a memory research study for one hour. Participants will be compensated $15. Participants must be between ages 18-25 and deaf before 3 years old.

Tue
21

New features in Fuze Meeting now available!

The newest release of Fuze Meeting was deployed to all managed computers over the weekend.

Tue
21

Graduation Festival

Graduating seniors and graduate and PhD students should attend this all-day event on Wednesday, February 26 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in JSAC Multipurpose Room for information and assistance with preparing for May 2014 graduation.

Thu
23

Online business registration for students

Spring 2014 online business registration for all U.S. and international graduate, undergraduate and ELI students is now available through Bison Student Self-Service until January 24.

Thu
23

Washington Society of Jewish Deaf hosts various events

The Washington Society of Jewish Deaf invites you to several events they are hosting in January and February.

Thu
23

Save the Date for MSSD's 32nd Winter Dance Concert: Serendipity

Is it magic or cosmic coincidence? The MSSD dance concert explores themes related to serendipity through a myriad of dance styles: Jazz, Modern, Ballet, Funk, African, Hip-Hop, Emotional, and Contact Improvisation as expressed by the MSSD dancers and an array of talented guest artists and companies. Performance dates are Thursday, February 6 at 10 a.m., Friday, February 7 at 8 p.m., and Saturday, February 8 at 8 p.m.

Thu
23

Dr. Beth Benedict presents Clerc Center webinar on early intervention

On February 12, Gallaudet Professor Dr. Beth Benedict will present the Clerc Center webinar: How Early Intervention Can Make a Difference: Research and Trends. Registration is now open.

Thu
23

New time for Spanish 212: Spanish through film

Spanish 212: Spanish through Film is being moved to Wednesdays: 4:00-6:50 p.m. Space is still available. Pre-requirements: Spanish 112 or testing out of Spanish 112 on the Spanish Placement test.

Thu
23

Space still available in SPA 195 (LSE I)

Space is still available in special topics course SPA 195 (LSE I). This course is an introduction to the Sign Language of Spain. Further training in LSE will be available this summer at the Universidad Complutense of Madrid in Spain.

Fri
24

ID stickers for spring 2014 available

ID stickers for all students registered for the spring 2014 semester are available in the Residence Life Office in Ely 132 until January 31.

Fri
24

Registration deadline for Gallaudet Reunion extended

The deadline to register for the Gallaudet Reunion has been extended from February 28 to April 8, 2014, the day President Lincoln signed the university's charter.

Sun
26

State of the University Address

President Hurwitz will deliver his annual State of the University Address on Tuesday, January 28 from 12:30 to 1 p.m. in Elstad Auditorium. The campus community is invited. Boxed lunches provided after the address.

Sun
26

Blood Drive

Join us to donate blood on Wednesday, January 29. Sign up at our booth in the JSAC Marketplace from noon to 1 p.m. on Monday or Tuesday, January 27-28.

Mon
27

Deaf-REACH hosts wine tasting and silent auction

Enjoy an evening infused with international wines, contemporary art, gourmet hors d’oeuvres, and a silent auction to support Deaf-REACH on Saturday, April 12 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Hillyer Art Space.

Mon
27

Deaf yoga class

Join Darcy White for a yoga workshop, taught in ASL, focusing on the basic safety and alignment principles for common yoga poses.

Mon
27

New Google Apps sign-in page

ver the next four weeks, Google will begin replacing its various Google Apps sign-in pages with a single, new Google Apps sign-in page. Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive, and all other Google Apps services will now have an identical sign-in experience. When users attempt to sign in to a Google Apps service, Google will redirect them to the new sign-in page, regardless of which Google Apps service sign-in page URL they enter.

Mon
27

Zumba fitness

Zumba fitness sessions will be offered on Fridays from 12:05 to 12:55 p.m. starting February 7 through May 2 in the Delta Zeta Dance Studio in the Field House.

Mon
27

State of the University Address

President Hurwitz will deliver his annual State of the University Address on Tuesday, January 28 from 12:30 to 1 p.m. in Elstad Auditorium. The campus community is invited. Boxed lunches provided after the address.

Mon
27

The Persuasive Proposal Writing Workshop is back, save the date!

On Friday, February 21 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Office of Sponsored Programs is hosting a grants workshop titled "Persuasive Proposal Writing."

Mon
27

Alertus Upgrade

On Thursday, January 30 between 9 and 11 a.m., the Alertus system will be offline for a system upgrade.

Mon
27

Presentation: Korean Sign Language and interpreting services in South Korea

Laura Frank, professor from Korea Nazarene University (KNU), along with and her thirteen interpreting and deaf students, will share experiences with Korean Sign Language and the deaf community and interpreting services in South Korea. Wednesday, January 29, noon-1 p.m., TBA

Mon
27

Martin Luther King, Jr Legacy Series

Mr. Morris Dees will present “With Justice for All in a Changing America” as part of the University's Martin Luther king Legacy Celebration on Thursday, January 30 from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in Foster Auditorium.

Tue
28

Nerds in NoMa

Don your snazziest pocket protector, this Tuesday, January 28 from 6-8 PM for Nerds in NoMa, when the city's top tech experts explore the Growing DC Tech Scene. Nerds in NoMa is a free speaker series this winter exploring everything from local brewing to urban beekeeping.

Tue
28

TEDxBaltimore 2014

TEDxBaltimore 2014 will be held Friday, January 31 at Morgan State University. It will be one of the most accessible TEDx conferences yet, with real-time ASL interpretation live-streamed to attendee smartphones and tablets during all the talks, via Project CASL. Bring yours along or one will be provided for you.

Tue
28

Area sign interpreted and captioned events announced

A list is provided of sign interpreted and captioned events at the Kennedy Center and other venues throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area in the upcoming month.

Tue
28

STOMP workshop

Learn how to perform rhythms through a mixture of footsteps, hand claps and percussion instruments from the professional STOMPers on Wednesday, February 5 from 4 to 5 p.m. in Elstad Auditorium, main stage. FREE to the Gallaudet community.

Tue
28

ASL research study looking for participants

A researcher from the University of Texas at Austin (David Quinto-Pozos, Department of Linguistics) is interested in the visual spatial skills of signers and non-signers.

Tue
28

Black History Month community forum

As part of Black History Month, the community is invited to a forum to share insights and challenges that deaf people experience throughout their lives on Saturday, February 1 at 1:15 p.m. in the JSAC Multipurpose Room. You are also invited to a Soul Food lunch beforehand from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lunch is $5.

Tue
28

Sesquicentennial Lecture Series

The Gallaudet Sesquicentennial Lecture Series is pleased to offer a presentation from Andrew Manning, internationally-recognized environmental scientist, on Tuesday, February 4 from 12:30 to 1:50 p.m. in Elstad Auditorium. This accessible lecture is free and open to the campus community.

Tue
28

Gallaudet Strategic Plan update

The Gallaudet Strategic Plan 2010-2015 has been updated to reflect current objectives and strategies.

Wed
29

New Mexico School for the Deaf Needs Your Help to Win Video Contest

NMSD 3rd-5th graders entered Scotties Trees Rock Video contest and their video has been selected as one of the top 12 finalists in the nation.

Wed
29

Gallaudet students from Connecticut are invited to attend the 4th Annual Connecticut Congressional Reception

Event scheduled for Wednesday February 5 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. in Rayburn House Office Building room B339.

Wed
29

Institutional Review Board (IRB) campus chat

Join the IRB for an information session about their approval process for class projects and research on Thursday, January 30 from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in JSAC 1010 or Tuesday, February 4 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in JSAC 1011. Your ideas and questions are welcome!

Wed
29

Beginning rock climbing class offered

On Saturday, February 22 the Alexandria Sportrock Climbing Center will host a beginner rock climbing course specifically for the deaf community. The program is $30, including all equipment, and space is limited.

Wed
29

Free HIV testing offered by DeafREACH

Free and confidential HIV testing offered on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. in Ely 100. First timers get a $10 gift card.

Thu
20

Rock Gym closed during Thanksgiving break

The Rock Gym will be closed from Sunday, November 23 through Sunday, November 30. The gym will resume regular hours starting Monday, December 1.

Thu
20

Call for nominations for The Rachel Hartig Award for Research Excellence

A prize of $750 will be awarded annually to a researcher in the field of International Deaf Cultural Studies with preference given toward work related to Francophone areas and Hispanic Deaf Studies. This award is designed to encourage and celebrate the production of a noteworthy work in the disciplines indicated, created by a member of the Gallaudet University undergraduate faculty or by a graduate student.

Thu
20

Save the date: Sixth Street Open House Workshop

The Gallaudet campus community is invited to an open house workshop on the Sixth Street Development on December 2 from12:30 to 2 p.m. and 3 to 5 p.m. (attendees can arrive at any point during either session) in JSAC MPR.

Thu
20

Food Services Holiday Hours of Operations

The Plaza Dining Hall will be open for brunch and dinner service (9 a.m.-7 p.m.) starting November 24; normal hours will resume on November 30. The Rathskellar will be closed November 24-29. The Marketplace and Starbucks Java Corner will be closed November 27-29. All three operations will resume regular hours on December 1.

Thu
20

Flu shots available at Student Health Service

Don't let the flu change your holiday or travel plans. Get your immunization now!

Thu
20

LIBRAS (Brazilian Sign Language) seminar

Come join us and learn some more about Brazilian Deaf culture and LIBRAS with our exchange students from Brazil. Two sessions: Friday, December 5 and Friday December 12, 2 to 5 p.m. in HMB, Room 1001 A/B.

Fri
21

ASL Movie showing at the AMC Loews Georgetown 14

Maryland Deaf Seniors (MDSC) is hosting a movie night fundraiser at the AMC Loews Georgetown 14 IMAX on December 4 featuring the Peter Wolf production, "I Love You But...", a movie produced by and starring deaf actors. Don't miss this opportunity!

Fri
21

DC Public Library presents 'Celebrating the Diversity of the Deaf Community with the Arts"

In celebration of Clerc-Gallaudet Week, the DC Public Library presents "Celebrating the Diversity of the Deaf Community with the Arts", showcasing the work of Gallaudet professors Tracey Salaway, Pia Borsheim, and Tonya Stremlau. December 3, 6-8 p.m., Martin Luther King Jr. Library.

Sat
22

Fitness complex hours during Thanksgiving Break and announcing advanced conditioning class

The fitness complex will be closed several days during the Thanksgiving break and will work under a modified schedule the other days it is open. In addition, new advanced conditioning classes have begun and will run through December 12.

Sat
22

Do you want to perform in the upcoming Winter Signing Gospel?

If you are interested in performing in the Winter Signing Gospel on December 4, contact Elvia Guillermo.

Sat
22

Passing of Grace Peebles

Grace Peebles, mother of Department of Science, Technology, and Mathematics retiree Simone Peebles, passed away on November 14 at the age of 80.

Sat
22

Seeking child participants for a reading and ASL study

Children who are between ages 5 and 10 years old and who are deaf ASL users are invited to try out a fun engaging computer program for teaching basic reading skills in ASL.

Sat
22

Mrs. Rubye Frye Hughes passed away

Mrs. Rubye Frye Hughes, the first black teacher hired at Kendall School in 1952 after the Supreme Court decision requiring the school to admit black deaf students, passed away on November 12, 2014.

Mon
24

Participants needed for a study

Deaf and hard of hearing participants of all ages are welcome to participate in a short study related to deaf identity. Participants will be given a short survey to fill out and pretty stickers when completing the survey.

Mon
24

Priority Research Grants Program: Expression of Interest to Apply.

Gallaudet faculty and staff members who are interested in applying for a grant from the Priority Research Fund should initially send an Expression of Interest to Apply.

Mon
24

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 (except for December 1 through 13). 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.

Mon
24

Sixth Street Development Open House Workshop

You are invited to an open house workshop on the Sixth Street Development on December 2, from12:30 to 2 p.m. and 3 to 5 p.m. (attendees can arrive at any point during either session) in JSAC MPR.

Tue
25

"Visible Language" campus discussion

Did "Visible Language" leave you with mixed feelings or unsettled? This is your opportunity to take a break and share your perspective on the play. Join those who were involved in the play as we discuss the issues raised. Light refreshments will be provided. December 4, 12:30-2 p.m., JSAC, Room 1010.

Tue
25

Holiday shuttle schedule

The last shuttle leaves campus on Wednesday at 4:23 p.m. There is no shuttle service on Thursday and Friday. Saturday and Sunday will be on a modified schedule. There will be no late night service. Regular service resumes on Monday, December 1.

Tue
25

Spring course offered on Psychosocial Aspects of Disability

The Department of Psychology will be offering a special topics class, PSY 495.02: Psychosocial Aspects of Disability in spring 2015.

Tue
25

2014-2015 Priority Research Fund Grant Awardees

The Priority Research Fund program is a $35,000 award paid by The Research Support & International Affairs to assist faculty and staff with expenses associated with research necessary to prepare for external funding when the Priority Research Fund expired.

Tue
25

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. Refreshments will be available after the address.

Wed
26

Construction for HMB Temporary Lab

Starting Wednesday, December 3 and weekdays through December 24, a temporary lab space will be constructed in HMB, Room 311. Work within the room will be done between 6 a.m. and 2 p.m.; work will be done in the corridor areas from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Wed
26

Deaf Latino Stories at the Smithsonian

Join the National Portrait Gallery and the Smithsonian Latino Center for an onstage conversation in American Sign Language (ASL) between former Gallaudet University president Dr. Robert Davila and master storyteller Manny Hernandez. Gabriel Arellano, the incoming president of the Latino Deaf and Hard of Hearing Association of the Metropolitan DC Area, will moderate. Sharing Stories will address the participants’ own experiences as deaf Latinos and explore the unique culture and challenges shared by their community.

Mon
1

Call for Talent (ASL Video Work)

Seeking ASL-fluent talent for online videos! (paid work)

Mon
1

ASL Gatherings Showcase Week

Join us on December 1, 3, and 5 from noon to 1 p.m. in the LLRH6 Multipurpose Room for a showcase of faculty learning and games. Everyone is welcome to see our work and enjoy snacks and fun!

Mon
1

Network device registration renewal notifications

On Monday, December 1, GTS will introduce a new process to remind you when a device that you've set up through the Network Device Registration process is about to expire.

Mon
1

Holiday Market

Annual Holiday Market with 40+ Vendors.

Mon
1

The Buff and Blue's Manus!

The Buff and Blue is pleased to announce MANUS! -- a literary magazine published by The Buff and Blue as part of a student competition. Submissions will be accepted from now until March 1, 2015.

Mon
1

Winter Signing Gospel Concert

Multicultural Student Programs hosts the Winter Signing Gospel Concert on December 4, 2014 at 7 p.m. at Andrew Foster Auditorium.

Mon
1

Gallaudet receives grant award funding from the University of California, Davis through the National Institutes for Health (NIH).

The Office of Sponsored Programs wishes to congratulate Dr. Pilar Pinar, principal investigator, on her award from the National Institute of Health (NIH) in the amount of $ 70,035 for her project titled Literacy Skills in Deaf Readers.

Mon
1

Kellogg Conference Hotel open to overnight guests

The Kellogg Conference Hotel has suspended renovation work and is open for overnight guests from December 1 through 13. The Bistro is also open.

Mon
1

Support deaf people in Uganda

Stop by the Deaf Link Uganda/US booth on Wednesday, December 3 from 11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the JSAC Java Corner. Learn about deaf people in Uganda. Make a contribution. Enjoy a homemade treat.

Mon
1

ODES Multicultural Holiday Celebration

Multicultural Holiday observance of various faith celebrationS from Christmas to Diwali on December 4, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the JSAC Multipurpose Room.

Mon
1

Spring 2015 - Text Book Order

Spring textbooks orders overdue!

Mon
1

Holiday Open House for Faculty, Staff, and Teachers

President and Mrs. Hurwitz are pleased to invite all faculty, staff and teachers (Gallaudet and Clerc Center) to the annual Holiday Open House at House One to celebrate the several holidays observed during this time of year. Wednesday, December 10 from noon until 4:30 p.m. Come enjoy the holiday decorations and some holiday refreshments!

Mon
1

Holiday Open House for Students

All students are invited to the annual Holiday Open House hosted by President and Mrs. Hurwitz at House One on Wednesday, December 10, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Come and enjoy the holiday decorations and some refreshments!

Mon
1

Dr. Christine Katsapis stepping down after 16 years of service

As of Friday, October 31, 2014, Dr. Christine Katsapis will leave Gallaudet's Office of Sponsored Programs after 16 years. Dr. Katsapis is stepping down to focus full time on her family.

Tue
2

#unplugnowgu

GSR 300 "Art in the Public Forum: Activism and Social Relevance present #unplugnowgu.

Tue
2

Gallaudet University Receives Grant Award Funding from the University of California, Davis through the National Institutes for Health (NIH).

The Office of Sponsored Programs wishes to congratulate Dr. Pilar Pinar, Principal Investigator, on her award from the University of California, Davis through the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the amount of $ 70,035 for her project titled "Literacy Skills in Deaf Readers".

Tue
2

Is the Cold War Returning?

The Political and Economic Impact of the Russian Incursions in the Ukraine

Tue
2

December 8, Deadline for Loans

Loan deadline for the fall 2014 Semester is December 8, 2014.

Tue
2

New 25Live Reservation System for University classrooms and other spaces.

Gallaudet Technology Services is happy to announce the rollout of a new web-based scheduling system called 25Live on Monday, December 1.

Tue
2

Java Upgrade Scheduled for eTime and all managed computers

eTime will be offline for server maintenance starting December 5, at 10 p.m. Additionally, GTS will deploy Java 7.71 to all managed computers. Please save all documents and files, close any open programs and then log off of your computer prior to leaving campus on Friday, December 5.

Tue
2

Webinar: How to Implement an Accelerated Course to Increase Retention

On Wednesday, December 3, from 3 to 4:30 p.m., in JSAC 1011, the Office of Academic Quality is hosting the first of a two-part webinar on Developmental Education Reform open to administration, all faculty (full- and part-time), and staff.

Tue
2

Visible Language Community Discussion

Did you attend VISIBLE LANGUAGE, the musical play about Edward Miner Gallaudet, Alexander Graham Bell, and Helen Keller? Would you like to share your perspectives on the performance with other members of our community? Join us on December 4, from 12:30 to 2 p.m., as we discuss this innovative show with some of the folks involved in the production. Voice and close vision interpreting available. Light refreshments will be provided. For more information, email heather.zimmerman@gallaudet.edu.

Tue
2

ASL Poker Night at the Argonaut

The Argonaut on H Street will be hosting ASL Night on the first Saturday of every month. Join them on Saturday, December 6. Gallaudet students will be working at the event.

Wed
3

Bilingual E-Book Authoring Exhibition

The students of Deaf Studies 595 “Bilingual E-Book Authoring” with professor Dr. Gene Mirus invite you and your colleagues to attend an exhibition of our final projects on Friday, December 5, from 1-3 p.m., in the SLCC Atrium. These projects have been created in collaboration with the students and professor Dr. Donna Jo Napoli of Linguistics 063 “"Supporting Literacy Among Deaf Children” at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania, who will also be in attendance at the exhibition.

Wed
3

GSR 240: Ethical Evaluations and Actions Final Class Presentations

This class will visit the ways in which empirical psychological research can inform questions about how legal institutions and practices encourage ethical behaviors, as well as the expressive function of laws and policies in shaping attitudes about morality in society.

Wed
3

Destress: Calm Down and Don't Stress

This event purpose is to keep calm from stress for exam week.

Wed
3

Research Participants Needed

Seeking students who entered Gallaudet this fall (either a new signer or fluent signer), or have previously participated in the New Signers Program under Jumpstart.

Thu
4

Consider a Course in Philosophy and Religion for Your Spring 2015 Schedule

Consider these great courses in philosophy and religion for your Spring 2015 schedule

Thu
4

UNICEF Pacific's Newest Ambassador is Former Nippon-Gallaudet World Deaf Leadership Scholar Krishneer Sen, '14

UNICEF Pacific announces its newest Pacific Ambassador, Mr. Krishneer Sen, '14, a former Nippon-Gallaudet World Deaf Leadership (WDL) scholar. WDL is funded by the Nippon Foundation and supported by Gallaudet's Office of Research Support and International Affairs. (original article from UNICEF, 11/25/14)

Thu
4

Deadline for Student Loans is December 8, 2014

Student loan deadline is December 8, 2014

Thu
4

Students present their experiences as international interns at the LAVOSI school for the deaf in Guatemala on Thursday, December 4.

Two undergraduate students from the Spanish and International Studies programs will give a presentation about their experiences from last summer working as interns at the LAVOSI school for the deaf in Guatemala on Thursday, December 4, during common time. Location: JSAC Java Corner.

Thu
4

Presentation: Gestures to Grammar in a Child Homesigner: Looking at Handshape

Join us on Friday, December 5, in MLCB 112, from 12-1 p.m. for a lecture by Diane Brentari and Marie Coppola as they will look at a longitudinal study of the emergence of phonology and morphology in a Nicaraguan home signer between the ages of seven years, four months and 12 years, eight months.

Thu
4

Gallaudet Dance Company Auditions

Gallaudet Dance Company Auditions

Thu
4

Recycling Program Development & Education

Gallaudet University is proud to announce a new partnership with Great Forest Inc. (www.greatforest.com), a sustainability consulting firm specializing in waste diversion and recycling programs.

Thu
4

Webinar: Reducing Remediation with Early Intervention, Accelerated Course Models & Embedded Support

On Monday, December 8, (1 to 2:30 p.m., in JSAC 1011), the Office of Academic Quality is hosting the second of a two-part webinar on Developmental Education Reform open to all administration, faculty (full and part-time), and staff.

Fri
5

Ward 5 Holiday Party

You are invited to a holiday party hosted by Ward 5 Council member McDuffie at SLCC on Thursday, December 11 from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.

Fri
5

Memorial for Betty G. Miller

Betty, also known as Bettigee, was a well-known deaf artist who taught in the Art Department at Gallaudet for 17 years, leaving to help establish Spectrum, Focus on Deaf Artists in Austin, Texas in the mid-70s. A memorial will be held for Betty G. Miller this Sunday, December 7, 2014 at the Washburn Art Building from 10 a.m. to noon. All are invited, but space is limited.

Fri
5

GSC Holiday Party

Come and join us for fun, food, and drinks on December 12 from 4-7 p.m. in the Ole Jim.

Fri
5

Deaf Education Graduate Students Present Literacy Applications

EDU 711 class presents the work of literacy applications in ASL-English Bilingual Classrooms-K-12, on December 9 from 12:30-2:30 p.m. in JSAC Java Corner. Come and join us!

Fri
5

DPS Collects "Toys for Tots"

The Department of Public Safety (DPS) is partnering with the DC Fire Department in collecting new, unwrapped toys for children for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve's 'Toys for Tots' program. Toys are collected from now until Wednesday, December 24 and taken to a distribution center where toys are collected, sorted by age and gender, wrapped, and then distributed to needy children in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Northern Virginia.

Sat
6

Spring Course Offered on Psychosocial Aspects of Disability

The Department of Psychology will be offering a Special Topics class, PSY 495.02: Psychosocial Aspects of Disability in spring 2015.

Sat
6

Kellogg Conference Hotel open to overnight guests

The Kellogg Conference Hotel has suspended renovation work and is open for overnight guests from December 1 through 13. The Bistro is also open.

Mon
8

Thanks from Deaf Link Uganda/US

Deaf Link Uganda/US thanks donors.

Mon
8

Have You Ever Wondered...?

How much do Gallaudet's graduates earn?

Mon
8

10th Anniversary Deaf Women of Color Conference

10th Anniversary of the Deaf Women of Color Conference

Tue
9

Mrs. Amy Julin, Mother of Institutional Advancement Vice President Paul Julin, Passes Away

Mrs. Amy Julin, mother of Institutional Advancement Vice President Paul Julin, passed away on Friday, December 5.

Tue
9

Mr. Darren Eger, Husband of Interpreter Amanda Eger, Passes Away

Mr. Darren Eger, husband of interpreter Amanda Eger, passed away on Wednesday, December 3.

Tue
9

It is a Zumba Pre-Exam Party

It is a Zumba Pre-Exam Party. Join us at the Field House, Dance Studio.

Tue
9

2014 Biggest Loser Competition Results

2014 Biggest Loser Competition Results

Tue
9
Tue
9

Rock Gym Closed for the Holidays

Rock Gym Closed for the Holidays

Tue
9

Clothing and Toiletries Drive

Join us to show our support for victims of violence. How can you help? Donate! Drop off donations at ELY 103 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. until December 12. Used clothing or toiletries will not be accepted. Cash donations also accepted. All proceeds go to Network for Victim Recovery of DC.

Tue
9

Have You Ever Wondered...?

How many Gallaudet students participate in an internship and were the internships beneficial?

Wed
10

Shop Amazon Smile and the company will donate a portion of your purchase to Gallaudet

If you use Amazon.com to shop this holiday season, use Amazon Smile instead and Amazon will donate 0.5 percent of the price of your eligible purchases to the charity of your choice, including Gallaudet!

Wed
10

Demolition of Residence Hall B

Demolition of Residence Hall B

Wed
10

Have You Ever Wondered...?

Where do Gallaudet alumni go after they graduate?

Thu
11

Holiday Break Closure and Campus Access

The Department of Public Safety would like to remind the community of the Holiday Closing Access policy.

Thu
11

Holiday Shuttle Schedule

Holiday Shuttle Schedule for Winter Break

Thu
11

Have You Ever Wondered...?

What occupational fields do Gallaudet alumni work in?

Thu
11

Kellogg Conference Hotel open to overnight guests

The Kellogg Conference Hotel has suspended renovation work and is open for overnight guests from December 1 through 13. The Bistro is also open.

Fri
12

Fall 2014 Investments Course Competition

Congratulations to Tony Dall (1st place, $50 gift card), Darren Carrus (2nd place, $25 gift card), and Michael Hesser (3rd place) for winning the Fall 2014 Investments Competition!

Fri
12

Mickey Fields, Former Gallaudet Architect and Construction Manager, Passes Away

Mickey Fields, who retired in 2013 after more than 30 years working as an architect and construction manager for Gallaudet, passed away on December 7.

Fri
12

Finance Office/Student Financial Services Closing

Finance Office/Student Financial Services Closing

Fri
12

School Psychology Program

Graduating this spring? Not sure what to study? Do you want to change the world? How about working with deaf children? How about School Psychology?

Fri
12

International Development MA Program

Come and learn more about the International Development MA Program!

Fri
12

Have You Ever Wondered...?

Are Gallaudet alumni working in an occupation related to their major or program of study?

Sun
14

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.

Mon
15

Electrical Outages Planned During Winter Break

Electrical outages planned during winter break

Mon
15

AD Self Service (Password Reset) System Maintenance

AD Self Service (http://selfservice.gallaudet.edu) will be offline between 7 and 8 a.m. on Wednesday, December 17. During this time users will not be able to reset their password (new or forgotten) or unlock their user accounts using AD Self Service.

Tue
16

Transportation Department Closed for Holiday Gathering.

Transportation Department Closed for Holiday Gathering.

Tue
16

Consider a Master of Social Work degree at Gallaudet!

Thinking about graduate school at Gallaudet University? Consider becoming a social worker with diverse deaf and hard of hearing populations. As a helping profession, social workers empower people and communities to reach their goals and improve societal well-being. The core values of the profession include an emphasis on service, human rights, human diversity, and social and economic justice.

Tue
16

The Registrar's Office will be closed

The Registrar's Office will be closed on Friday, December 19, from 11:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. The offices will reopen at 2:15 p.m. to serve you.

Tue
16

Commuter Lounge Closed for Winter Break

Commuter Lounge Closed for Winter Break.

Wed
17

Financial Aid Office will be closed Friday, December 19 for its Holiday Retreat.

Financial Aid Office will be closed Friday, December 19 for its holiday retreat.

Wed
17

Vlog from the Presidential Search Advisory Committee

PSAC 2014 member Dr. Khadijat Rashid '90 shares upcoming milestones and a tentative timeline for the presidential search process. Captions, visual description, and transcript are provided in the video summary.

Wed
17

Spring Course Offered on Psychosocial Aspects of Disability

The Department of Psychology will be offering a special topics class, PSY 495.02, on “Psychosocial Aspects of Disability” during the spring semester.

Wed
17

Library Winter Break hours

Library Winter Break hours

Thu
18

Gallaudet Interpreting Service Closed for Staff Retreat

Gallaudet Interpreting Service will be closed for an all-hands staff retreat on Tuesday, January 13. As the office will be closed, only emergency requests can be covered.

Fri
19

GSR 300.02 Interfaith and Secular Understanding Storytelling and Sharing

Join us for our sharing of digital stories of interfaith and secular cooperation!

Fri
19

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.

Mon
22

Electrical Outages Planned During Winter Break

Electrical outages planned during winter break

Wed
24

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.

Mon
29

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.

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