Event Archive

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November 2014
Sat
1

Day of the Dead (Latin@ Student Union)

10:00 PM

It is an event to celebrate the dead based on the culture of Latin@ and they will present different activities.

Sat
1

VISIBLE LANGUAGE

A world premiere musical about the 1890s culture war that changed the life of every deaf person in America. Showtimes 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Sat
1

Volleyball vs. Lebanon Valley

11:00 AM

Gallaudet volleyball team hosts Lebanon Valley and Scranton in the last home matches of the season.

Sat
1

Cross Country hosts NEAC Championships

11:00 AM

Gallaudet Men's and Women's Cross Country teams will host North Eastern Athletic Conference Championships at Kenilworth Park.

Sat
1

National American Indian Heritage Month begins

National American Indian Heritage Month runs through the month of November and is a celebration of the contributions of American Indians.

Sun
2

Daylight Savings ends

Time to set your clocks back one hour at 2 a.m.

Mon
3

Better Together Photo Shoot

12:30 PM

The students of GSR 300.02 invite you to express your religious or secular identity for a photo display on religious diversity at Gallaudet.

Tue
4

Bb and Rubrics

1:00 PM

Learn to build and use Blackboard Rubrics.

Wed
5

HSLS 'Brown Bag' presentation series

1:00 PM

The Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Science (HSLS) invites you to a presentation from Dr. Larry Medwetsky on, "Disentangling Central Auditory Processing (CAP) Test Findings: A Road to Greater Clarity," from 1 to 2 p.m in SLCC, Room 2300 AB. Interpreters will be provided.

Wed
5

Transformative Research & Evaluation: Social Justice around the World

12:30 PM

Interested in seeing the relationship between critical academic scholarship and its impact in society? Join us for a panel discussion and see how people in the deaf community use research and evaluation to change the world. Panelists include: Dr. Alim Chandani, Dr. Charles Reilly, and Rowena Winiarczyk.

Wed
5

Deaf History Lecture Series

12:00 PM

Dr. Emily Shaw will be the guest speaker in the Deaf History Lecture Series in the SLCC Atrium from noon to 1 p.m.

Thu
6

Dare to Utter

7:00 PM

Dare to Utter is a dramatic event where individuals’ stories about domestic violence, sexual misconduct, stalking, sexual harassment, and bystander invention are retold by actors/actresses.

Thu
6

Tayac's Turtle Island Dancers

12:30 PM

Tayac's Turtle Island Dancers tribal dance, Native American, and Lenni-Lenape.

Thu
6

MSSD to Perform "Once Upon a High School"

10:00 AM

Great for families! Reserve your tickets for November 6-8, when MSSD students will perform "Once Upon a High School," a modern day fairy tale that will delight all ages.

Thu
6

Tayac's Turtle Island Dancers

12:30 PM

Come learn about Native American history, culture, and traditions from Lenni-Lenape tribal dance with drums and song!

Thu
6

Bb Video Anywhere Workshop.

11:00 AM

Learn how to record yourself directly inside Bb using Bb Video tool.

Thu
6

VISIBLE LANGUAGE

A world premiere musical about the 1890s culture war that changed the life of every deaf person in America. Showtime 7:30 p.m.

Fri
7

NEAC Women's Volleyball Tournament

Gallaudet University is hosting the 2014 North Eastern Athletic Conference Women's Volleyball Tournament from Nov. 7-9 in the Field House.

Fri
7

Fundraiser to support LAVOSI at Vendetta

6:00 PM

Students in the MSW program are hosting a fundraising event for LAVOSI--a school for the deaf in Guatemala, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Vendetta on H Street.

Fri
7

Dare to Utter

2:00 PM

Dare to Utter is a dramatic event where individuals’ stories about domestic violence, sexual misconduct, stalking, sexual harassment, and bystander invention are retold by actors/actresses.

Fri
7

MSSD to Perform "Once Upon a High School"

7:00 PM

Great for families! Reserve your tickets for November 6-8, when MSSD students will perform "Once Upon a High School," a modern day fairy tale that will delight all ages.

Fri
7

Diwali and Eid FESTIVAL

6:30 PM

APIA will host the Diwali and Eid in Gallaudet Unviersity!

Fri
7

VISIBLE LANGUAGE

A world premiere musical about the 1890s culture war that changed the life of every deaf person in America. Showtime 7:30 p.m.

Sat
8

Football vs. Castleton

12:00 PM

Gallaudet football team hosts Castleton at Hotchkiss Field.

Sat
8

VISIBLE LANGUAGE

A world premiere musical about the 1890s culture war that changed the life of every deaf person in America. Showtimes 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Sun
9

VISIBLE LANGUAGE

A world premiere musical about the 1890s culture war that changed the life of every deaf person in America. Showtime 2 p.m.

Mon
10

ASL Trivia Night

6:30 PM

The Department of Education is pleased to sponsor a deaf education themed "ASL Trivia Night" at Vendetta, 1212 H Street, NE, at 7 p.m.

Mon
10

Track Attendance using Starfish Tool

11:00 AM

Track Attendance using Starfish Tool.

Mon
10

Undergraduate open house

8:00 AM

The Office of Admissions will host an undergraduate open house for prospective students.

Mon
10

Faculty Senate meeting

3:30 PM

The Faculty Senate will meet from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. in JSAC, Room 1010.

Tue
11

Memorial Service for Rebecca Sloan Layton

12:30 PM

A memorial service for Rebecca Sloan Layton will be held from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in JSAC Multipurpose Room.

Tue
11

Veteran's Day

Originally called Armistice Day, this federal holiday honors all American veterans. Gallaudet is open on this day.

Wed
12

Internship Panel

12:00 PM

Want to find out what an internship is like, and the benefits of an internship? Noon to 1 p.m. in the JSAC Java Corner.

Wed
12

Presidential search community forum for the Clerc Center

3:30 AM

The Presidential Search Advisory Committee 2014 invites the campus community to a forum to share thoughts and suggestions from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m in KDES Auditorium.

Wed
12

Presidential search community forum

12:30 PM

The Presidential Search Advisory Committee 2014 invites the campus community to a forum to share thoughts and suggestions from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m in the Foster Auditorium.

Wed
12

Benefits Fair

12:00 PM

For Gallaudet employees, there will be a benefits fair from noon to 4 p.m. in the JSAC Multipurpose Room. The 2014 Benefits Open Season begins on Monday, November 10 and ends on Monday, December 8.

Thu
13

Women's Volleyball send-off for NCAA tournament

9:45 AM

The Gallaudet University athletics department is hosting a team send-off for the women's volleyball team on Thursday, November 13, at 9:45 a.m. in front of the Field House.

Thu
13

Presentation on new Blackboard features

12:30 PM

Scott Ready from Blackboard will present, "Experience the New Blackboard," from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in MLC, Room B111.

Thu
13

Gratitude Works

4:00 PM

The theme for 2014 School Psychology Awareness Week is: Strive. Grow. THRIVE! The goal is to engage students at all levels of learning and development to promote personal achievement, growth, and resilience, as well as a sense of feeling connected, and well-being. This year, the School Psychology Program is hosting an event in collaboration with Psi Chi. Attendees will learn about positive psychology and have a chance to complete a gratitude activity. Come join us from 4 to 5 p.m. in JSAC, Room 1210 to learn more!

Thu
13

Diversity Dance Showcase

7:00 PM

The showcase will be held at 7 p.m. in the Foster Auditorium. Admission is free.

Thu
13

Presentation on Transgender Equality

12:30 PM

Guest speaker Mara Keisling will speak about "National Trends in Transgender Equality" from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in JSAC Multipurpose Room.

Thu
13

VISIBLE LANGUAGE

A world premiere musical about the 1890s culture war that changed the life of every deaf person in America. Showtime 7:30 p.m.

Fri
14

Women's Volleyball vs. Christopher Newport in NCAA Tournament

8:00 PM

The Gallaudet University women's volleyball team takes on Christopher Newport University in the first round of the 2014 NCAA Division III women's volleyball championship in Newport News, Va.

Fri
14

Psychology Colloquium

12:00 PM

Researchers from PEPNET2 will present, "Factors that Support Educational and Career Outcomes for Students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: A Review of the Research and Evidence Synthesis Team’s Work," from noon to 2 p.m. in MLC, Room B112.

Fri
14

Dissertation defense by Risa Shariff

1:00 PM

Ms. Risa A. Shariff, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Education, will defend her dissertation at 1 p.m. in the College Hall Lyceum. The first 45 minutes of the dissertation defense is open to the Gallaudet community.

Fri
14

Video Editing with iMovie (MAC)

10:00 AM

Come and learn the basics of video capturing and video editing using the Mac at 10 a.m. in MLC, Room B220.

Fri
14

Swimming & Diving host Marymount (Va.)

6:00 PM

The Gallaudet University men's and women's swimming and diving teams host Marymount (Va.) University in the Field House pool.

Fri
14

VISIBLE LANGUAGE

A world premiere musical about the 1890s culture war that changed the life of every deaf person in America. Showtime 7:30 p.m.

Sat
15

DCABDA Holiday Party

5:00 PM

DC Area Black Deaf Advocate (DCABDA) 2014 Holiday Party on Saturday, November 15, from 5 to 11 p.m., at SAC-MRP.

Sat
15

Football vs. Maritime (N.Y.)

12:00 PM

Gallaudet football team hosts Maritime for the last regular season game, this game also marks Senior Day.

Sat
15

VISIBLE LANGUAGE

A world premiere musical about the 1890s culture war that changed the life of every deaf person in America. Showtimes 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Sun
16

Men's Basketball vs. Yeshiva

1:00 PM

The men's basketball team hosts Yeshiva (N.Y.) in the season home opener.

Sun
16

VISIBLE LANGUAGE

A world premiere musical about the 1890s culture war that changed the life of every deaf person in America. Showtime 2 p.m.

Mon
17

Workshop: Glide

11:00 AM

Interested in learning more about the newest social media app Glide? Sarah, a Glide representative, will be on hand to describe Glide from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in JSAC Multipurpose Room. Sponsored by Delta Sigma Phi, Eta Psi chapter.

Mon
17

Presentation: "Trans* Awareness Week: What Does This Really Mean, and Why Do We Need It?"

12:00 PM

Gallaudet alumnus Alex Leffers, '93, is a long-time presenter, educator, and mentor to deaf transgender individuals, as well as an active speaker on trans* topics. He will share his own experiences and describe the need for greater trans* awareness on the Gallaudet campus in a rousing kick-off keynote speech for the first Gallaudet University Transgender Awareness Week. Noon-1 p.m., JSAC Java Corner.

Mon
17

Screening of "TRANS"

4:00 PM

“TRANS” is an extraordinary documentary feature film about men and women… and all the variations in between. Screening is at 4 p.m. in JSAC, Room 1011.

Mon
17

Dissertation defense by Leah Murphy

1:15 PM

Ms. Leah Murphy, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Psychology, will defend her dissertation at 1:15 p.m. in the College Hall Lyceum. The first forty minutes of the dissertation defense are open to the Gallaudet community.

Tue
18

Campuswide Dialogues: Language Access

12:30 PM

The Office of Diversity and Equity for Students is hosting this forum on language access to help foster a climate of inclusion. 12:30-1:50 p.m., JSAC Multipurpose Room.

Tue
18

Panel discussion and book signing: "Deaf Gain: Raising the Stakes for Human Diversity"

12:30 PM

You are invited to a panel discussion and book signing featuring seven Gallaudet faculty staff and students who contributed to the groundbreaking volume, "Deaf Gain: Raising the Stakes for Human Diversity", published by the University of Minnesota Press, from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in the HMB Atrium.

Tue
18

Seeking faculty participants for motivation to learn research project

12:00 PM

Faculty are invited to participate in a research study about motivation to learn and apply newly knowledge from training to the workplace. Please arrive at the "What the Best Teachers Do" workshop early or plan to stay after to fill out a survey.

Tue
18

Presidential search community forum

12:30 PM

The Presidential Search Advisory Committee 2014 invites the campus community to a forum to share thoughts and suggestions from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m in the Foster Auditorium.

Tue
18

Workshop Series: What The Best Teachers Do

12:30 PM

Dr. Mark Myers, assistant professor, public admnistration, will lead the second installment of the "What the Best Teachers Do" workshop series. His presentation, "Reciprocations between motivation, feedback, and self-directed learning for adult learners in classroom environments" will be from 12:30 to 1:50 p.m. in SLCC, Room 1302.

Wed
19

LGBTQA Lunch Bunch

12:30 PM

Identify as butch, boi, dyke, lesbian? Join us for lunch and grab some hugs, share struggles, or offload frustrations. Stir up some warm fuzzy feelings to carry you home for the holidays. 12:30-1:30 p.m. HMB, Room S141.

Wed
19

Presidential search community forum

12:00 PM

The Presidential Search Advisory Committee 2014 invites the campus community to a forum to share thoughts and suggestions from noon to 1 p.m in the Foster Auditorium.

Wed
19

Bb Video Anywhere Workshop

1:00 PM

Learn how to record yourself directly inside Bb using Bb Video tool.

Wed
19

Women's Basketball vs. Penn College

6:00 PM

The women's basketball team hosts Penn College in this conference season home opener.

Thu
20

PhD in Educational Neuroscience (PEN) Distinguished Lecture Series: “Leaders in Educational Neuroscience”.

4:00 PM

The second of this year’s lectures will be from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in Merrill Learning Center, Room B111 and features Dr. Denise Klein, scientist in the Cognitive Neuroscience Unit at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital and assistant professor in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery at McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Thu
20

Presentation: "Deaf Education in Cameroon"

12:30 PM

The French 111 class is giving a presentation on the state of deaf education in Cameroon, a francophone country in mid-western Africa 12:30 to 2 p.m. in JSAC, Room Flex A/B.

Thu
20

Theatre performance: "Aladdin & The Wonderful Lamp"

7:00 PM

Alpha Sigma Pi is bringing Maryland School for the Deaf's "Aladdin & The Wonderful Lamp" to campus from 7 to 10 p.m. in Foster Auditorium.

Thu
20

Presentation: "ISLAM: A Deaf Muslim Woman's Perspective"

12:30 PM

How does a deaf Muslim woman handle the triple identities of gender, religion, and deafness in her daily life? Join us for this fascinating panel of Gallaudet students as they answer this questions from 12:30 to 2 p.m. in the HMB Atrium.

Thu
20

Presentation: "Beyond Transgender 101: Legal Barriers to Employment and Healthcare Access"

12:30 PM

Transgender people still face immense and systemic barriers to accessing adequate and competent healthcare and substantial employment, even with the implementation of the federal healthcare reform and the progressive policies in the DC Metro Area. This session will provide an overview of the current legal landscape, and will introduce you to some practical strategies you can use to advocate on behalf of transgender people. 12:30-1:50 p.m., JSAC, Room 1210.

Thu
20

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) hiring event

12:00 PM

The FBI will be on campus to conduct an information session, on-campus interviews, and make on-the-spot job offers to qualified graduating seniors and recent graduates.

Fri
21

Bb Managing Grade Center

11:00 AM

Learn how to manage Blackboard Grade Center.

Sat
22

Swimming & Diving host Bethany

2:00 PM

The Gallaudet University men's and women's swimming and diving teams host Bethany in the Field House pool.

Sat
22

Women's Basketball vs. St. Elizabeth

3:00 PM

The women's basketball team plays St. Elizabeth at home.

Sun
23

Men's Basketball vs. Penn College

2:00 PM

The men's basketball team hosts Penn College in the first conference game of the season.

Mon
24

Bb Getting Started

11:00 AM

Learn how to use Bb or Bb basics.

Mon
24

No Classes - Thanksgiving Recess begins

There are no classes this week, the University will close at 3 p.m. on Wednesday and is closed on Thursday and Friday for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Wed
26

Thanksgiving trip to the Amish Market

9:00 AM

Student Activies hosts trip to the Amish Market in Mullica Hill, N.J.

Thu
27

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a federal holiday celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November. The University will close at 3 p.m. on Wednesday and is closed on Thursday and Friday.

Sat
29

Men's basketball vs. Sarah Lawrence

3:00 PM

The men's basketball team hosts Sarah Lawrence College

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