|Congressman G. K. Butterfield (D-N.C.) Appointed to Board of Trustees|
Rep. Butterfield’s district includes the Eastern North Carolina School for the Deaf
[ 1 Mar 2014]
|Gallaudet interns contribute to political system while helping Congress learn about deaf community|
Alumni and students who have held congressional internships led a panel discussion on February 26 that was sponsored by the Career Center.
[ 28 Feb 2014]
|Board of Trustees Elects Incoming Chair, Vice Chair|
Gallaudet University announced on February 12 it has selected Heather Harker as Chair and Duane Halliburton as Vice Chair of its Board of Trustees effective October 1, 2014.
[ 13 Feb 2014]
|VL2 Student Scholar Recognition Ceremony|
A team of Gallaudet University students was celebrated at a November 5, 2013 ceremony that recognized their selection as 2014-2015 National Science Foundation (NSF), Science of Learning Student Scholars.
[ 12 Feb 2014]
|When disaster strikes, will you be prepared? A Gallaudet student makes sure you are!|
If a national disaster strikes, people who are deaf or hard of hearing may not have access to potentially life-saving information. Fortunately, that may change soon, thanks to Richard Spiecker of Rochester, N.Y., a senior majoring in business administration with a focus on human resources and marketing.
[ 3 Feb 2014]
|Gallaudet representatives provide input to FCC on expanding text-to-911|
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chair Tom Wheeler invited several members of the deaf community to a January 29 FCC meeting to discuss the importance of expanding text-to-911 service across the nation.
[ 3 Feb 2014]
|President Hurwitz addresses challenges ahead in reshaping the University|
In his January 28 State of the University address, "Reshaping the University," President T. Alan Hurwitz congratulated the University community for the many achievements they have worked on together that have benefited Gallaudet students, but he urged them "not to be lulled into a false sense of security, the kind that results in mediocrity."
[ 30 Jan 2014]
|Gallaudet alumna helps set course for deaf education in Bhutan|
Sarah Houge, '10, is one of the first deaf individuals to work as a consultant for UNICEF in Bhutan.
[ 29 Jan 2014]
|Notes from Human Resources Services|
The Office of Human Resources Services announces faculty and staff members who reached employment milestones in October, November, and December.
[ 28 Jan 2014]
|Department of Interpretation promotes the need for educated and qualified sign language interpreters|
University hosts the only academic program in the world that offers bachelor’s through doctoral degrees in Interpretation
[ 12 Dec 2013]