|Gallaudet University Technology Access Program plays key role in transition from TTY to real-time text|
The Technology Access Program (TAP), along with partners Trace Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Omnitor in Sweden, have played a key role in the Federal Communications Commission's process of transitioning from TTY to real-time text communications.
[ 28 Apr 2016]
|Emilia Chukwuma, ’85, and students give back to community with annual tax prep workshops|
For over a decade, Emilia Chukwuma, chair of the Department of Business, has organized student-run tax workshops to serve both the Gallaudet community and residents living in nearby neighborhoods.
[ 28 Apr 2016]
|Rockville High School wins the National Academic Bowl for Deaf and Hard of Hearing High School Students |
Texas School for the Deaf from Austin, Texas, won second place, California School for the Deaf, Riverside from Riverside, Calif., won third place, and Starr's Mill High School from Fayetteville, Ga., won fourth place.
[ 28 Apr 2016]
|RMI students connect with insurance professionals during "Lunch and Learn" event|
Students of the new Maguire Academy of Risk Management Insurance (RMI) attended a "Lunch and Learn" event at a Marsh & McLennan Companies office in northwest D.C. on Friday, April 15, 2016.
[ 27 Apr 2016]
|Nyle DiMarco comes home|
Taking a break from his busy schedule with "Dancing with the Stars," Nyle DiMarco, ’13, visits Kendall Green for a public appearance and to highlight the Academic Bowl opening ceremony.
[ 26 Apr 2016]
|Dr. Bobbie Beth Scoggins selected as 2016 Commencement speaker|
President Roberta J. Cordano announced on April 22, 2016 that Dr. Bobbie Beth Scoggins will be the honorary degree recipient and speaker for the 2016 Commencement. Scoggins will receive a Doctor of Humane Letters (litterarum humaniorum doctor, honoris causa).
[ 25 Apr 2016]
|Rhode Island School for the Deaf, California School for the Deaf, Fremont, and Phoenix Day School for the Deaf win national Battle of the Books competition |
Battle of the Books was established in 2012 with the goal of promoting literacy among deaf and hard of hearing middle school students.
[ 20 Apr 2016]
|Student speakers announced for 146th annual Commencement Exercises|
Provost Carol Erting announced that Ardavan Guity, undergraduate, and Tong Song, graduate, will serve as student speakers for the 146th annual Commencement Exercises, to be held Friday, May 13, 2016.
[ 19 Apr 2016]
|Second annual Out of the Darkness Campus Walk to take place on April 21|
Walk aims to involve students in the effort to prevent suicide, spread mental health awareness, and raise funds for research, create educational programs, advocate for public policy, and support survivors of suicide loss.
[ 16 Apr 2016]
|Using typography as a visual representation of fingerspelling styles|
A person's voice can be distinctive, enabling another person to hear and immediately identify the speaker. But does the same concept apply to sign language users? The Motion Light Lab (ML2) set out to answer that question.
[ 8 Apr 2016]