|It's On US|
It’s On Us is an education based campaign focusing on sexual assault awareness and prevention on college campuses.
[ 3 Apr 2015]
|Dr. Christian Vogler appointed to the Federal Communication Commission’s Disability Advisory Committee|
DAC is the Commission's inaugural advisory committee established to advise the agency on communications access issues for individuals with disabilities.
[ 23 Mar 2015]
|Gallaudet Awarded Grant To Learn How Babies Learn|
Gallaudet has been awarded a three-year, $900,000 grant by the W. M. Keck Foundation for a research team led by Dr. Laura-Ann Petitto.
[ 12 Mar 2015]
|Notes from Human Resources Services - January 2015|
The Office of Human Resources Services announces faculty and staff members who reached employment milestones in January.
[ 11 Mar 2015]
|Gallaudet to Host Shakespeare's First Folio Exhibition in 2016|
Theme will be "Eyes on Shakespeare" and will offer visitors a unique cross-cultural experience featuring Shakespeare's works, particularly within the deaf community.
[ 27 Feb 2015]
|Board of Trustees Winter 2015 Report|
A summary of the winter 2015 meeting of the Board of Trustees by Chair Heather Harker.
[ 14 Feb 2015]
|Two Gallaudet alumni nominated for Helen Hayes Awards for theater performances|
Miranda Medugno, '14, was nominated in the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Musical, Helen category, for her role as Helen Keller in "Visible Language"; and Joe Caverly, '11, in the Robert Prosky Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play, Hayes category, for his role as Billy in "Tribes."
[ 14 Feb 2015]
|Gallaudet faculty and staff discuss oppression, privilege, and development work in Sub-Saharan Africa at American University conference|
The reality of the conditions faced by deaf people in certain African countries, and their own active responses to those conditions, prompted the formation of the panel, "Sub-Saharan Deaf Communities: Linguistic Violence and Creative Resistance."
[ 12 Feb 2015]
|Dr. Laura-Ann Petitto named to Sin Wai-Kin Distinguished Professorship at University of Hong Kong|
During her month-long stay at HKU in January 2015, Dr. Petitto established partnerships with HKU faculty and served as a resource for the building of the Science of Learning and the Educational Neuroscience disciplines in China.
[ 5 Feb 2015]
|Notes from Human Resources Services - December 2014|
The Office of Human Resources Services announces faculty and staff members who reached employment milestones in December.
[ 20 Jan 2015]