Announcement Archive

Announcement Archive

This is the Announcement Archive. Here you can browse through past Announcements.

April 2015
Tue
21

Black Students Union Organization Election Day

Black Student Union Organization will have elections for its 2015-2016 executive board.

Fri
24

Ninth Annual UnityFest

The Multicultural Student Programs is proud to host its Ninth Annual UnityFest event at Gallaudet University. This event will take place on Friday, April 24, 2015 from 10 am-4 pm on the Gallaudet Mall.

Thu
30

Asian & Pacific Islander Association (APIA) 33rd Annual Anniversary Gala Dinner

APIA is hosting its 33rd annual anniversary gala dinner on Thursday, April 30 from 7-11 pm at JSAC MPR.

Wed
1

Out of the Darkness Campus Walk

Suicide Awareness / Suicide Education / Suicide Prevention - Campus Walk on April 25 from 8:30 a.m.-noon at the Peikoff Alumni House (PAH), Olmstead Green.

Wed
1

Unveiling of President Hurwitz Portrait

The ceremony of the unveiling of Gallaudet's 10th President T. Alan Hurwitz will be held on Friday, April 10, 2015 at 3 p.m. in the Gallaudet Museum.

Wed
1

Breathing Space Spring ASL Yoga Date Change

The ASL Yoga class at Eastern Market through Breathing Space has switched to Wednesdays (6:30-7:45 p.m.).

Wed
1

Memorial of Christ's Death

A Bible-based sign language presentation will be held in the Andrew Foster Auditorium on Friday, April 3 at 7:30 p.m. commemorating the death of Jesus Christ.

Wed
1

HSLS Brown Bag Series - Spring 2015

Optimizing Brain Stimulation for Aphasia Recovery by Dr. Peter Turkeltaub, MD, PhD; Wednesday,April 8, 2015; 1:00-1:50 pm; JSAC 2011

Wed
1

Bison Shop still accepting summer textbook orders

Bison Shop still accepting summer textbook orders

Thu
2

GSA'S Game Night

Graduate Student Associate's Game Night on April 4 from 6-9 p.m. in JSAC MPR.

Thu
2

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Night with Bowie Baysox on April 20

Tickets are $5! Appearance by Gally the Bison and Gallaudet University cheerleaders! Deaf baseball trivia on the Jumbotron! The entire Gallaudet community is invited to enjoy an evening out at the ballpark.

Thu
2

The Rosa Lee Show

The Rosa Lee Show will be held on April 18 at 7:15 pm in the Model Secondary School for the Deaf-Malz Theater.

Thu
2

The Forgotten Minority--Asian Deaf Journey by Nan Zhou

Date: April 7, 2015, Time: 12:30 pm-1:30 pm Location: JSAC MPR This presentation looks at Asian Deaf Americans who struggle to survive and achieve their potential despite educational, socioeconomic and political challenges. Due to model minority stereotype of Asian Americans, they are seen as high achievers who fit into the dominant culture. However, Deaf people from these groups are at even greater disadvantage because of added cultural, linguistic and accessibility issues.

Thu
2

Creating a Corpus for SL Interpreting Studies

Dr. Claudio Bendazzoli to give lecture

Thu
2

Commencement 2015 Ushers

Recruiting student ushers for Commencement 2015!

Thu
2

Happy 151st Birthday, Gallaudet University!

Come and sign "Happy 151st Birthday to Gallaudet University" on Wednesday, April 8 from noon to 1 p.m. in the Marketplace. Cake will be served.

Fri
3

Vote for NoMa Summer Screen Movies

Vote online to choose movies for NoMa's Summer Screen series this summer

Fri
3

A Minor in Education!!!

The Department of Education is pleased to announce a new undergraduate minor in Education!!!

Fri
3

MSP: 9th Annual UnityFest

On April 24, from 10 am-4 pm, on Gallaudet Mall, Multicultural Student Programs is proud to host its Ninth Annual UnityFest at Gallaudet University. UnityFest is a full day festival that celebrates the rich cultural heritage of the Gallaudet community. The day will provide students faculty, and staff an opportunity to explore and experience the wide variety of cultures that make up our campus community.

Fri
3

Deaf Women of Color Conference

Deaf Women of Color conference has been rescheduled for April 16-18, from 3 pm to 1 am at the JSAC-MPR, Foster Auditorium and Flex A & B.

Sat
4

Tutoring Webinar

This webinar is a training hosted by the Office of Academic Quality and will cover "Intrusive Tutoring: Utilizing Advising, Coaching & Counseling Strategies To Enhance Tutoring Sessions"

Sun
5

ASL Gatherings Announcement: Incorporating Video In Your Lessons

Susanna Henderson and others will share information about incorporating video.

Sun
5

A Gallaudet Museum Celebration

A Gallaudet Museum Celebration: Donate a Dollar Drive on April 6th to 10th. Come to Chapel Hall for a FREE gift for first 100 visitors.

Sun
5

HMB STM WEEKLY RENOVATION UPDATE

WEEKLY UPDATE FOR THE HMB STM RENOVATION

Mon
6

Unveiling of President Hurwitz Portrait

The ceremony of the unveiling of Gallaudet's 10th President T. Alan Hurwitz will be held on Friday, April 10, 2015 at 3 p.m. in the Gallaudet Museum.

Mon
6

Out of the Darkness Campus Walk

Suicide Awareness / Suicide Education / Suicide Prevention - Campus Walk on April 25 from 8:30 a.m.-noon at the Peikoff Alumni House (PAH), Olmstead Green.

Mon
6

Out of the Darkness

Residence Life on suicide prevention joining the movement and raising awareness

Mon
6

Celebrating 25 Years of ADA, Honoring Senator Tom Harkin

Greeting! Deaf-REACH will celebrate 25 years of the American with Disabilities Act by honoring one of the law's crafters, former Senator Tom Harkin.

Mon
6

Surviving and Thriving in the Workplace When You Have Hearing Loss

Presented by: Valerie Stafford-Mallis, Business Development Manager at Alternative Communication Services

Mon
6

Superfood Salad Bar Station

Superfood Salad Bar Station

Mon
6

Textbook Orders due

Textbook Orders due

Mon
6

Campus Commuting Survey

Gallaudet Commuting Survey

Tue
7

Mickey Fields Memorial Service

Please join us in remembering the life of Michael "Mickey" Fields at the Peikoff Alumni House on April 9.

Tue
7

NASA Kennedy Space Center Information Session

NASA's Kennedy Space Center is coming to Gallaudet University!

Tue
7

Gallaudet Museum Celebrates One Year Anniversary!

Gallaudet Museum Celebrates One Year Anniversary!

Tue
7

Dissertation defense by Rebecca Smith

Ms. Rebecca A. Elliott Smith, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Psychology, will defend her dissertation on Friday, April 10, at 2:00 pm in Fowler Hall, Room 101A. The first 40 minutes of the dissertation defense are open to the Gallaudet community.

Wed
8

Presentation and Discussion: Head Mounted Displays: Facilitating Sign Language in Challenging Learning Environments

Dr. Fred Mangrubang, professor in the Department of Education at Gallaudet University and Dr. Michael Jones, professor of Computer Science at Brigham Young University, Utah will discuss their National Science Foundation research on Head Mounted Displays: Facilitating Sign Language in Challenging Learning Environments. This presentation and discussion will be from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 15 in JSAC, Room 1011.

Wed
8

Call for Nominations for 2015 Graduate School Awards

Five Graduate School awards will be presented at the Graduate Awards and Hooding Ceremony on Thursday, May 14. Nominations are welcome from faculty members, staff members, and graduate students for these awards. The deadline for nominations is Friday, May 1 by 12 p.m. Nominations, along with supporting materials, should be sent to the Office of the Graduate School (Fowler Hall, Room 210).

Wed
8

The Rosa Lee Show

The Rosa Lee Show will be held on April 18 at 7:15 pm in the Model Secondary School for the Deaf-Malz Theater.

Wed
8

Deaf Women of Color Conference

Deaf Women of Color conference has been rescheduled for April 16-18, from 3 pm to 1 am at the JSAC-MPR, Foster Auditorium and Flex A & B.

Wed
8

ODES Black Lives Matter: Addressing Inequity and Injustice On and Off Campus Voices from Within: African American /Black Faculty and Staff Panel

On Tuesday, April 14, 2015, 12:30-1:50 p.m. at JSAC Multiple Purpose Room, an ODES-moderated panel of African American/Black Gallaudet faculty and staff will respond to and discuss the issues identified by our March 31 guest leaders. The panel will be followed by a dialogue focused on identifying concrete steps that must be taken to address racial inequity and injustice at Gallaudet University.

Wed
8

China Study Abroad 2015

This year's China Study Abroad group is studying DeafSpace and its usage in ancient Chinese architecture. They will travel to China in May 2015

Wed
8

Facilities Dept. switching all buildings to A/C

All Gallaudet buildings are being switched from heating systems to cooling systems.

Thu
9

Doctor Faustus Tickets on Sale

A scholar sells his soul to the devil in exchange for limitless knowledge and powerful black magic, yet he remains unfulfilled, serving as a warning to those who would sacrifice everything sacred for mere earthly gain.

Thu
9

Student Panel: Our Role Models

A panel of six Gallaudet students will share their experiences about the people in their lives who have influenced them and shaped who they are today. The students will share their reflections about the power of role models for themselves and their families. The panel will take place on Friday, April 10 from 12-1 pm in MLCB, Room 111.

Thu
9

Wanted: 8- to 10-month-old Deaf and Hearing Babies of Deaf Parents for Infant Sign Perception Research

Do babies acquiring ASL from their Deaf parents recognize signs earlier than babies acquiring spoken English from their hearing parents recognize spoken words? This 10-minute eye-gaze experiment will help us answer this question.

Thu
9

Voices of Social Change at UMD: Anti-Hate Crimes Activist Judy Shepard

Judy Shepard appears at the University of Maryland to speak about her activism. In 1998, Judy and Dennis Shepard were awakened in the middle of the night by a telephone call no parent should ever have to receive. What they heard changed their lives forever. Their eldest son, Matthew Shephard, a 21-year-old college student was brutally murdered at the University of Wyoming after having been brutally attacked - because he was gay.

Fri
10

Better Together Day with the Gallaudet Interfaith and Non-Religious Network (GaIN)

The Gallaudet Interfaith and Non-religious Network will host a “Better Together Day” event on April 14 from 12:30-1:30 pm in JSAC, Flex A&B. Better Together Day is a social media campaign which aims to start a conversation about religious and secular identities at Gallaudet University.

Fri
10

Important Information for Graduating Students

Exit Interview; graduating students; Gallaudet 2015

Fri
10

Celebrate National Deaf History Month at Gallaudet

Ronald Hirano gives presentation on "The Life Story of Mother Rice and Her Children" on Saturday, April 11 from 3-5:30 p.m. in the HMB Atrium.

Sun
12

ASL Gatherings: ASL Poetry Week

Curious about ASL Poets and ASL Poetry?

Mon
13

Ethics, HIV, and Mental Health: Clinical Responsibilities and Opportunities in the Prep and Self-Testing Era

A three-hour workshop is designed to provide clinicians with information to help them integrate the latest in HIV prevention into their practice. This will be done in a way that ethically empowers clients in their healing while supporting public health efforts at preventing the transmission of HIV.

Mon
13

Intent to Submit Form: Did You Know...?

Information on completing the Intent to Submit Forms to the Office of Sponsored Programs

Mon
13

Blackboard Maintenance Scheduled

Blackboard will be performing infrastructure maintenance at their VA2 and VA3 datacenters between 2-6 am on April 17.

Mon
13

Asian Stir Fry Station in the Bistro

Our Culinary team will be providing an Asian Stir Fry Station in the Bistro on Wednesday, April 15 from 11:30 am-2:00 pm. We will offer sesame and sweet and sour chicken and beef tips tossed with local vegetables, topped over a bed of basmati rice pilaf.

Mon
13

Comparative Religions Class Offered for Summer I Term

Seven Religions. Six Movies. Three Weeks. One World.

Mon
13

2015 National Academic Bowl Competition

The 19th Annual National AB Competition is taking place on Kendall Green April 26-27, 2015!

Mon
13

The Rosa Lee Show

The Rosa Lee Show will be held on April 18 at 7:15 pm in the Model Secondary School for the Deaf-Malz Theater.

Mon
13

Deaf Women of Color Conference

Deaf Women of Color conference has been rescheduled for April 16-18, from 3 pm to 1 am at the JSAC-MPR, Foster Auditorium and Flex A & B.

Mon
13

Deaf Women of Color Conference

Deaf Women of Color conference has been rescheduled for April 16-18, from 3 pm to 1 am at the JSAC-MPR, Foster Auditorium and Flex A & B.

Mon
13

Franklin & Marshall College Common Hour First Deaf Presenter

Franklin & Marshall College is hosting its first deaf presenter, Dr. Patrick Boudreault, who will be presenting thought provoking ideas highly relevant to the deaf community. See enclosed link for additional information.

Tue
14

April Birthday Wishes from Gallaudet Staff Council

Gallaudet Staff Council would like to celebrate all University staff whose birthdays are in April!

Tue
14

Deaf Readers and Graphic Novels Pilot Study

A study to determine whether graphic novels can be beneficial to deaf readers' learning experience.

Tue
14

Gallaudet Indoor Triathlon

Whether you’re aiming for a personal best, looking for some friendly competition or just want to check it off your bucket list, this is for you. Hosted by Gallaudet’s lifeguard crew, this event will utilize our recreational facilities inside the Field House. Help improve the fitness facilities and have some fun in the process on Sunday, April 26!

Wed
15

The Talk: Healthy Relationships

Are you in a healthy relationship? Join us on Thursday, April 16 from 5:30-8 pm in the LLRH6 Co-Lab to find out.

Wed
15

University Communications to Host TIVA-DC DMV and Baltimore Film Office Directors Panel

Come meet the directors of all four DMV film offices and learn more about what it takes to do production work in the DMV region, including discussions about permits, access, locations, tax incentives, and other resources. Join us on April 22, 2015 from 6:15-7 p.m. in the Video Services studio in Merrill Learning Center.

Wed
15

Participants Needed for ASL Study

Deaf native ASL signers with deaf signing parents needed for ASL study!

Wed
15

Constructing & Performing Identity in Interpreted Settings

Dr. Lorraine Leeson will be presenting on how interpersonal relationships within the interpreting community and Deaf community shape interpreter's identities.

Wed
15

2015 5K Race to End Poverty

The Race to End Poverty is a 5K race and one-mile fun run, sponsored by A Wider Circle, will be held on April 25 at Meadowbrook Park in Chevy Chase.

Thu
16

LGBTQA Resource Center Pride Month Film and Discussion

The LGBTQA Resource Center is continuing Pride Month celebrations with a screening of "Dallas Buyers Club" (2013). Join us for the film and thought-provoking discussion afterwards as we explore prominent themes and critically discuss the movie.

Thu
16

Facilities Department work on Olmsted Green

The Facilities Department will be doing work on Olmsted Green. Please use caution when in that area.

Thu
16

Needed: TTY users or family/friends of TTY users

The Technology Access Program (TAP) at Gallaudet University is looking for individuals to participate in a study that will allow TTY users to communicate with friends and family members who do not use TTYs.

Thu
16

APIA Election

APIA is having its election for the academic year 2015-2016. Join us on Thursday, April 23 from 5-6 pm in JSAC, Room 1010.

Fri
17

Student Models Wanted

The Office of University Communications is searching for students interested in representing Gallaudet in print, television, and online.

Fri
17

Education Online Summer Classes

The Department of Education is pleased to share its summer online course offerings for on and off campus students looking to explore new knowledge or needing an elective.

Fri
17

Asian & Pacific Islander Association (APIA) 33rd Annual Anniversary Gala Dinner

APIA is hosting its 33rd annual anniversary gala dinner on Thursday, April 30 from 7-11 pm at JSAC MPR.

Fri
17

Taco Action Station at the Bistro

On Tuesday, April 21 from 11:30 am-2 pm, enjoy pan-seared fish tacos and shredded beef tacos, topped with your favorite toppings of pickled jalapenos, smashed avocado, sour cream, cheddar cheese, and pico de gallo.

Sat
18
Sun
19

Research Participants Wanted

Hearing aid users wanted to study comfortable listening levels and hearing aid programming.

Sun
19

Gallaudet Indoor Triathlon

Whether you’re aiming for a personal best, looking for some friendly competition or just want to check it off your bucket list, this is for you. Hosted by Gallaudet’s lifeguard crew, this event will utilize our recreational facilities inside the Field House. Help improve the fitness facilities and have some fun in the process on Sunday, April 26!

Mon
20

Out of the Darkness Campus Walk

Suicide Awareness / Suicide Education / Suicide Prevention - Campus Walk on April 25 from 8:30 a.m.-noon at the Peikoff Alumni House (PAH), Olmstead Green.

Mon
20

Take Back the Night

Join the Health and Wellness Programs on April 30 at 7:30 pm on the Gallaudet Mall, to shed light on the darkness that surrounds survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and child abuse.

Mon
20

Place your fall 2015 - Textbook Order by April 30.

Place your fall 2015 - Textbook Order by April 30.

Mon
20

Native Deaf Signers Wanted

Researchers at Gallaudet University and Indiana University are looking for deaf participants to join a study to produce ASL signs.

Mon
20

Funding Opportunities for Faculty Fellowships for 2015/2016

The Office of Sponsored Programs announces funding opportunities for faculty fellowships for 2015/2016.

Mon
20

2015 National Academic Bowl Competition

The 19th Annual National AB Competition is taking place on Kendall Green April 26-27, 2015!

Mon
20

2015 5K Race to End Poverty

The Race to End Poverty is a 5K race and one-mile fun run, sponsored by A Wider Circle, will be held on April 25 at Meadowbrook Park in Chevy Chase.

Tue
21

Ninth Annual UnityFest

The Multicultural Student Programs is proud to host its ninth annual UnityFest event at Gallaudet University. This event will take place on Friday, April 24, 2015 from 10 am-4 pm on the Gallaudet Mall.

Tue
21

Black Lives Matter: Addressing Inequity and Injustice On and Off Campus

Administrator Panel originally scheduled for April 21, is being rescheduled due to the administration’s participation in the event honoring Senator Tom Harkin.

Tue
21

REI Village at Union Market

REI is hosting an event called the REI Village at Union Market on Sunday, April 26 from 11 am to 4 pm.

Tue
21

Roméo Jean Blanchette, Father of Mona Blanchette McCubbin, Passes Away

It is with great sadness that the Office of Research Support and International Affairs (RSIA) informs the campus community of the passing of Roméo Jean Blanchette, 88, father of Mona Blanchette McCubbin, principal designated school official and immigration compliance officer/international student advisor in RSIA.

Tue
21

Softball to Host NFCA StrikeOut Cancer Day

The Gallaudet University softball team will be participating in the National Fastpitch Coaches Association "StrikeOut Cancer" program on April 21 when the Bison will host Wilson College for two conference games.

Tue
21

Deaf World, Global Lens - "Unity in Diversity"

This is the final series in the Deaf World, Global Lens series that explores the deaf body from a global lens. Join us on April 23, from 12:30-2 pm in HMB Atrium.

Tue
21

Alternate Campus Traffic Pattern-Saturday, April 25.

To accommodate the "Out of the Darkness" fundraiser, there will be an alternate campus traffic pattern on Saturday, April 25.

Tue
21

Journalism Panel: Education, Food, and Autos

Three journalists will share stories about covering education, food, and automotive news. Join us on Thursday, April 23 from 9:30-10:50 am in JSAC, Room 1011.

Tue
21

ASL Gatherings Studies Depiction

Come join us for stimulating new ideas as we explore ASL depiction.

Tue
21

Participants Needed for Research on Legal Knowledge

Participate in a study about legal knowledge in the deaf community.

Tue
21

Faculty-Student Affairs Committee Meet and Greet

Come have lunch with the Faculty-Student Affairs Committee on Tuesday, April 28 from 12-1:50 pm in the Cafeteria (Plaza Dining Hall).

Wed
22

BL2's 3 Brain Imaging Studies

The Brain & Language Laboratory for Neuroimaging (BL2) does brain studies of sign language and reading.

Wed
22

Master of Public Administration Program (MPA)

The campus community is invited to attend the Master of Public Administration Capstone Experience Project presentations on Thursday, April 30, 5-7:50 pm in the Merrill Learning Center, Room 112. A total of 13 students will make a presentation about their capstone experience project.

Wed
22

Reach For the Stars

Residence Life student employment information is here!

Wed
22

Odyssey Magazine Receives CEASD Edward Allen Fay Award

The Clerc Center’s Odyssey magazine was honored as a significant publication related to deafness at the CEASD Annual Conference held on April 17-20, in Tacoma, Wa.

Thu
23

Auditions - Fall 2015's JULIUS CAESAR

Information regarding auditions for the Fall 2015 Theatre and Dance production of Julius Caesar on April 28-29, 2015.

Thu
23

dog & pony dc's Devising and Audience Integration Workshop

Come learn, collaborate, and play with dog & pony dc, as we show you a few tips and tricks from our repertoire. Learn how to devise a short piece and play with your audience! Free! ASL and voice interpretation provided.

Thu
23

The Bison Shop's Special Sunday Hours

Sunday Hours at the Bison Shop for Academic Bowl

Thu
23

NoMa Summer Screen 2015

NoMa is bringing back its Summer Screen series. All movies will be subtitled.

Thu
23

Candidate Public Presentations: Dean, Graduate School and Continuing Studies

Candidates for the position of Dean, Graduate School and Continuing Studies will make a public presentation to the campus community on May 5, 6, and 7 from 12:45 to 1:45 pm in JSAC, Room 1011.

Thu
23

Sixth Street Parking Lot Notice

Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity will host Explosion 3 BASH on April 24, 2015 at the Sixth Street parking lot, affecting parking.

Thu
23

Round Table Conference on the Stewardship of sign Heritage

This reflective engagement event aims to build on the partnership and collaboration among individuals and groups seeking efficient ways to ensure that the heritage of our sign language is passed on to future generations.

Fri
24

Gallaudet's upcoming Shakespeare First Folio exhibition featured in Washington Post

The article, "Gallaudet University makes Shakespeare speak in fresh ways," describes Gallaudet's plans for the exhibit when it arrives to campus for a month-long display in October 2016.

Fri
24

On-Campus Audience Integration Devising Workshop

Information regarding an Audience Integration Devising Workshops by dog & pony dc artistic staff, taking place at Gallaudet on Monday, April 27 from 6-10 p.m. in the LLRH6 CoLab.

Fri
24

DeafBlind Picnic

Metro Washington Association of the DeafBlind is having a picnic on May 2, from 11 am-4 pm at Savage Park, 8400 Fair Street, Savage, MD 20763.

Fri
24

German Sausage Action Station

German Sausage Action Station on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 from 11:30 am-2 pm.

Fri
24

Gallaudet Indoor Triathlon

Whether you’re aiming for a personal best, looking for some friendly competition or just want to check it off your bucket list, this is for you. Hosted by Gallaudet’s lifeguard crew, this event will utilize our recreational facilities inside the Field House. Help improve the fitness facilities and have some fun in the process on Sunday, April 26!

Fri
24

Branding Initiative

Please join the Gallaudet University Marketing Advisory Group for a presentation on Tuesday, April 28 from 12:30-2 p.m. in the MLC-B111 about the new Gallaudet branding initiative, website, and new tagline.

Sat
25

HMB STM Construction Trailer Delivery

HMB STM Construction Trailer Delivery

Sat
25

2015 National Academic Bowl Competition

The 19th Annual National AB Competition is taking place on Kendall Green April 26-27, 2015!

Sat
25

2015 5K Race to End Poverty

The Race to End Poverty is a 5K race and one-mile fun run, sponsored by A Wider Circle, will be held on April 25 at Meadowbrook Park in Chevy Chase.

Mon
27

Pinocchio Comes to Theatre Malz

Who can resist the adorable characters of Pinocchio and his sidekick, Jiminy Cricket? Come and see them come to life on the stage of MSSD's Theatre Malz. Performances are April 30 at 10 a.m., and May 1-2 at 7 p.m. Fun for audiences of all ages.

Mon
27

University Honors Capstone poster presentations

Honors students who have completed capstones this academic year will present posters of their multi-semester capstone projects on Thursday, May 8 between noon and 3 pm in the SLCC Atrium.

Mon
27

Take Back the Night

Join the Health and Wellness Programs on April 30 at 7:30 pm on the Gallaudet Mall, to shed light on the darkness that surrounds survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and child abuse.

Mon
27

2015 National Academic Bowl Competition is TODAY!!!

The 19th Annual National AB Competition is taking place on Kendall Green TODAY!!!

Mon
27

University Council Meeting on April 29, 2015

University Council Meeting on April 29, 2015

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