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April, 2017

The Linda Annala, ’70, Scholarship Fund

April 03, 2017

Students with Usher Syndrome at Gallaudet University are now able to benefit from a scholarship fund established in 2015 in honor of Linda Annala, '70, an influential leader in the deaf-blind community. The fund's first award period will begin in fall 2017.

The Philip Preis, E-’78, Memorial Scholarship Fund

April 03, 2017

Students with mobility-related disabilities at Gallaudet University are now able to benefit from a scholarship fund established in 2015 in honor of Philip Preis, E-'78, a lifelong advocate of the mobility-disabled community. The fund's first award period will begin in fall 2017.

Gamma Iota Sigma fraternity charters Gamma Alpha chapter at Gallaudet

April 06, 2017

An international risk management, insurance, and actuarial science fraternity, Gamma Iota Sigma provides Gallaudet's risk management and insurance students the opportunity to network, and locate internships and job opportunities.

Summer 2017 general studies course to focus on history and culture of American cemeteries

April 06, 2017

Gallaudet English professor Dr. Sharon Pajka, a master tour guide and founder of River City Cemetarians in Richmond, Virginia, has developed an interdisciplinary course, GSR 220: The Dead, Cemeteries, and Cultural Memory.

Indiana School for the Deaf claims 2017 National Academic Bowl championship

April 07, 2017

The tournament, held April 1-4 at Gallaudet, featured 20 teams from across the nation that competed, and also participated in events and campus tours.