|Executive Director of Gallaudet Technology Services Selected as one of the Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leaders for 2014|
Earl Parks, executive director of Gallaudet Technology Services (GTS), was selected as one of IDG's Computerworld Premier 100 IT Leaders for 2014. Premier 100 spotlights leaders from both the technology and business sides of companies for their exceptional technology leadership and innovative approaches to business challenges.
[ 10 Dec 2013]
|Presenter praises technology for opening doors to deaf-blind people|
Anindya "Bapin" Bhattacharyya addressed a Gallaudet audience on November 14 as part of the University's 150th lecture series. His presentation, "The Power of Technology Leads to Self-Success," credited advances in technology for the enormous opportunities that have opened for people with disabilities, particularly deaf-blind people.
[ 9 Dec 2013]
|Notes from Human Resources Services|
The Office of Human Resources Services announces faculty and staff members who reached employment milestones in September. Photos are included of Administration and Finance's 2013 Service Awards Luncheon on November 14 in Peikoff Alumni House, where 39 employees were honored for their many years of dedication and service to the University.
[ 9 Dec 2013]
|Avatar, robotics, and visual language experts from around the world collaborate at Gallaudet |
More than 40 avatar, robotics, and visual language scientists gathered at Gallaudet University on November 15 and 16 for a National Science Foundation (NSF) Signing Creatures Workshop.
[ 26 Nov 2013]
|Philip W. Bravin, '66, Father Thomas J. Coughlin, '72, and Dr. I. King Jordan, '70, to receive honorary degrees|
At the university's 145th Commencement on May 16, 2014, honorary degrees will be awarded to Philip W. Bravin, '66, Father Thomas J. Coughlin, '72, and President Emeritus I. King Jordan, '70, in recognition of their outstanding service.
[ 5 Nov 2013]
|Regional Presidents Convene to Improve Cradle to Career Education Through Community Engagement|
On Wednesday, October 30, more than 20 presidents, chancellors, and executive leaders of the Maryland-D.C. region convened to discuss collectively improving education for youth from cradle to career.
[ 4 Nov 2013]
|‘GU²’ class helps university students bridge gap between cultures|
"GU²" is clever wordplay for a collaboration between two Washington, D.C. universities that share the same initials -- Georgetown and Gallaudet. While combining resources enhances learning about academic subjects in most university partnerships, this collaboration has a different focus: because most of the Georgetown students are hearing and most of the Gallaudet students are deaf, sharing the same project, GU², gives them deeper knowledge about each other's culture, language, and identity.
[ 4 Nov 2013]
|Gallaudet, Beijing Union universities take first step in International Center Pilot Program|
The two universities launched a partnership they formed last year with a pilot summer instruction program in which 30 students from Beijing Union University were taught English and American Sign Language for five weeks.