Fulbright Faculty Scholars

Gallaudet Fulbrighters Faculty 

 

Did you know that Gallaudet ranks as a top producer of U.S. Fulbright Fellows? [article]

 

Gallaudet faculty have been selected as Fulbright Scholars for many years. Here's a list:

Name Year Place Fulbright Project
Ceil Lucas
Ceil Lucas
Department of Linguistics
2009 Italy Dr. Lucas was based at the Siena School for Liberal Arts, teaching aspects of sociolinguistics to American students studying there for their junior year. Dr. Lucas will also be working with members of the Italian Deaf community and LIS (Italian Sign Language) interpreters, developing and presenting workshops on topics of interest to them and consulting on research projects.
Deb Chen Pichler
Deb Chen Pichler
Department of Linguistics
2008 Croatia Dr. Chen Pichler carried out a short term Fulbright Senior Specialist grant in Zagreb, Croatia in the summer of 2008. She taught courses on sign language acquisition and bilingual education for Deaf children at the University of Zagreb and collaborated with Croatian colleagues on sign linguistics projects.
Steve Collins
Steven Collins
Department of Interpretation
2000-01 Italy Dr. Collins worked with the families of deaf-blind children and conducted numerous workshops on deaf-blind issues.
Barbara Gerner deGarcia
Barbara Gerner De Garcia
Department of Educational Foundations and Research
1999 Brazil Dr. Gerner De Garcia was a Scholar/Researcher and taught a graduate course at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul in Porto Alegre, and did research on a literacy program for deaf adults with limited or no literacy in Portuguese.
Raychelle Harris
Raychelle L. Harris
Department of Interpretation
1998-99 Italy Ms. Harris worked with Italian sign language teachers and school teachers on various teaching techniques, such as assessment, grading, teaching approaches, curricula and activity development. (Student Fulbright.)
Paul Dudis
Paul G. Dudis
Department of Linguistics
1998-99 Italy Dr. Dudis conducted research in Italy on the structure of LIS (Italian Sign Language. (Student Fulbright.)
Sharon Barnartt
Sharon Barnartt
Department of Sociology
1989-90 Zimbabwe Dr. Barnartt served as the liaison  between the University of Zimbabwe and the Teachers' College in Masvingo.  Dr. Barnartt also taught university courses and conducted research in the special education teacher training program located in Bulawayo. 
Robert E. Johnson
Robert E. Johnson
Department of Linguistics
1989 Argentina Dr. Johnson worked with a linguist on the description of LSA, the sign language of Argentina.
Joe Kinner
Joseph Kinner
Department of Government and History

 

1985-87 Nigeria Dr. Kinner's program was to interview the pioneers of Nigerian Broadcasting, those who were trained by the British and who broadcast the country's independence in 1960. Dr. Kinner published an article based on this research.
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Did you know that Gallaudet ranks as a top producer of U.S. Fulbright Fellows? [article]

Ceil Lucas at her desk, smiling at the camera.

Ceil Lucas
Department of Linguistics

Year: 2009
Place: Italy
Fulbright Project: Dr. Lucas was based at the Siena School for Liberal Arts, teaching aspects of sociolinguistics to American students studying there for their junior year. Dr. Lucas will also be working with members of the Italian Deaf community and LIS (Italian Sign Language) interpreters, developing and presenting workshops on topics of interest to them and consulting on research projects.

Deb Chen Picler -- appears to be a passport photo

Deb Chen Pichler
Department of Linguistics

Year: 2008
Place: Croatia
Fulbright Project: Dr. Chen Pichler carried out a short term Fulbright Senior Specialist grant in Zagreb, Croatia in the summer of 2008. She taught courses on sign language acquisition and bilingual education for Deaf children at the University of Zagreb and collaborated with Croatian colleagues on sign linguistics projects.

Steve Collins looking to the side, smiling.

Steven Collins
Department of Interpretation

Year: 2000-01
Place: Italy
Fulbright Project: Dr. Collins worked with the families of deaf-blind children and conducted numerous workshops on deaf-blind issues.

Barbara Gener De Garcia looks at the camera. Picture is taken outdoors.

Barbara Gerner De Garcia
Department of Educational Foundations and Research

Year: 1999
Place: Brazil
Fulbright Project: Dr. Gerner De Garcia was a Scholar/Researcher and taught a graduate course at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul in Porto Alegre, and did research on a literacy program for deaf adults with limited or no literacy in Portuguese.

Raychelle Harris wearing a dark red top smiles at the camera. Behind her is a painting of sailboats on the water

Raychelle L. Harris
Department of Interpretation

Year: 1998-99
Place: Italy
Fulbright Project:  Ms. Harris worked with Italian sign language teachers and school teachers on various teaching techniques, such as assessment, grading, teaching approaches, curricula and activity development. (Student Fulbright.)

Paul Dudis, with a blue shirt

Year: 1998-99
Place: Italy
Fulbright Project: Dr. Dudis conducted research in Italy on the structure of LIS (Italian Sign Language. (Student Fulbright.)

Sharon Barnartt sits in front of a bookshelf.

Year: 1989-90
Place: Zimbabwe
Fulbright Project: Dr. Barnartt served as the liaison between the University of Zimbabwe and the Teachers' College in Masvingo. Dr. Barnartt also taught university courses and conducted research in the special education teacher training program located in Bulawayo.

Robert E. Johnson, hoding a fishing rod off the road, in a dry landscape. Mountains are behind him.

Year: 1989
Place: Argentina
Fulbright Project: Dr. Johnson worked with a linguist on the description of LSA, the sign language of Argentina.

Joe Kinner in front of a mantle with various pieces behind him -- possibly African

Year: 1985-87
Place: Nigeria
Fulbright Project: Dr. Kinner's program was to interview the pioneers of Nigerian Broadcasting, those who were trained by the British and who broadcast the country's independence in 1960. Dr. Kinner published an article based on this research.