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Kayla Dufrene

Interning with Senator Vitter

Mary Harman

“Interning at the FCC’s Disability Rights Office showed me that this is where my passion lies.”

Andrew Morrill

“When you do an internship abroad, I think it’s doubly beneficial. First, you get work experience, and the added benefit is exposure to the culture, people and everything else that’s special about the...

Corinna Hill

Advocating for the Rights of Deaf Prisoners -- Several Gallaudet University students are working to improve the American justice system for the deaf by interning with Helping Educate to Advance the...

Patricia Suarez

Helping Celebrities Do What They Do Best -- Famous athletes like 22-time Olympic Gold Medal-winning swimmer Michael Phelps don't have time to deal with everyday responsibilities like paying bills, so...

Interns on Capitol Hill

Interns Making a Difference -- Gallaudet students Tiasha Bera, Daniel Heidemeyer, and Matthew Fein helped educate congressional officials and staff on December 12 about working and hiring deaf and hard...

The Mad, Mad World of Max

If you like art, technology, and quirkiness, come meet your match in Max, who immerses himself and his students in the quirky world where art and technology intersect. Add pop culture to the mix and...

Dr. Caroline Solomon featured in NPR "50 Great Teachers" story

Dr. Caroline Solomon, professor of Biology, was featured in a National Public Radio (NPR) story in its "50 Great Teachers" series.

Gallaudet University chemistry majors gain nanotechnology skills in summer internship at Howard University

Three Gallaudet University chemistry majors gained experience in nanotechnology during a research internship, held May 30 to August 4, 2011, at Howard University in Washington, D.C. Nanotechnology deals...

Rita Torres, '13

Increasing Awareness at the Peace Corps

Adam Novsam, '90

“The single most inspiring thing about my job is being part of the Global Store Development team, which ensures Starbucks is being environmentally responsible while operating in an efficient manner.”

Joey Caverly, ’11

Lead Role in Off-Broadway Hit Earns Helen Hayes Award Nomination for Alum

Gregory Hlibok, ’89

“I acquired the essential leadership, academic and social tools at Gallaudet that enabled me to pursue success in my career.”

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