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The Gallaudet University Museum presents: "Making a Difference: Deaf Peace Corps Volunteers" opening on October 25th, 2011. Please plan to attend this important event, which includes a panel discussion, exhibition opening, and living exhibit performance.
Panel Discussion with Deaf and Hearing Returned Peace Corps Volunteers: 12:30-1:30 p.m., JSAC G-Area. Moderated by international development student Austin Vigil and hosted by the Regional, National, and International Outreach Unit, this panel discussion will include deaf and hearing returned Peace Corps Volunteers, explore ways their experiences align or diverge, and examine best practices in international development work.Returned Peace Corps Volunteers serving on the panel:
Gallaudet University Museum Exhibition Opening, "Making a Difference: Deaf Peace Corps Volunteers"Reception: 2–4 p.m., JSAC, The Weyerhauser Family Gallery and Exhibition HallRemarks at 2:30 p.m. by:
Living Exhibit Performance: 4:15–5:15 p.m., Eastman Studio (Black Box) Theater, Elstad AuditoriumDirected by Tabitha Jacques, six returned Peace Corps Volunteers will share stories of their personal Peace Corps journey in a theatrical setting.Stories from:
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