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Sereda, Wang to be artists in residence at The Anderson Center

Two Gallaudet University employees – Nikolya Sereda, ’19, digital content and engagement strategist with the Office of University Communications, and Yiqiao Wang, ’09, senior artist and coordinator of creative design with the Center for Visual Language and Visual Learning – have accepted month-long summer residencies at The Anderson Center at Tower View in Red Wing,...

April 8, 2022

CODA cast visits Gallaudet

Troy Kotsur, E-’92; Marlee Matlin, H-’87; Daniel Durant, E-’15; and Emilia Jones, the main characters in the Oscar-nominated Apple TV+ film CODA, visited Gallaudet University on Tuesday, March 22. They participated in a panel moderated by Nikolya Sereda, ’19, shared their experiences making the film, and dispensed advice for students and aspiring actors and filmmakers....

March 25, 2022

Gallaudet University Archives and Dyer Arts Center announce pop-up exhibit

In this unique collaboration between the two largest collections of deaf art in the world, the Gallaudet University Archives and the RIT/NTID Dyer Arts Center have come together to create an exhibit for our community to explore the relationships between deafness, the natural world, and the construction of personhood. Featuring works by some of the...

December 16, 2021

Gallaudet University and AppTek Announce GoVoBo – the Universal Automatic Captioning and Translation Application Designed to Create Equality for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Users

Gallaudet University’s Technology Access Program (TAP) and AppTek, a global leader in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) applied to Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR), Neural Machine Translation (NMT), Natural Language Understanding (NLU) and Text-to-Speech (TTS) technologies, today announced the introduction of GoVoBo, a user-centric live captioning and translation application designed to provide members of...

December 16, 2021

VOCA’s ISM is running now at Atlas Performing Arts Center

ISM, conceived and directed by Michelle Banks, E-’89, is a collection of monologues by BIPOC Deaf individuals dealing with audism, ableism, racism, and other “-isms” in their lives. With a cast of Antines Davis, E-’91, Tricia Wenda Alleyne, ’02, Alberto Sifuentes, ’19, Stella Antonio, ’93, and Mervin Primeaux-O’Bryant, the conception of ISM was inspired by...

December 9, 2021

Alan Hurwitz memoir available

Let’s Go In: My Journey to a University Presidency is available for purchase through Gallaudet University Press. Dr. Hurwitz and his wife, Vicki T. Hurwitz, have decided to graciously donate their royalties to Gallaudet University. You may also support the T. Alan & Vicki T. Hurwitz Endowed Scholarship Fund for Students; go to Dr....

November 13, 2020

Bison Song featured at Mayor’s Arts Awards

District of Columbia mayor Muriel E. Bowser presented the 35th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards in a virtual ceremony on September 30, and the Bison Song was prominently featured. This event honors creative talent from all eight of the city’s wards. In an effusive thank-you letter, Angie M. Gates, executive director of the D.C. Office of...

October 16, 2020

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Dear campus community: I want to first recognize and respect that I live and work on the traditional grounds belonging to the Nacotchtans, also known as the Anacostan and Piscataway. Today, we celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day, acknowledging and honoring the contributions of Indigenous peoples to our country and our world. There is a unique and...

October 12, 2020

Deaf U premieres October 9 on Netflix

Deaf U is a reality show that follows seven Gallaudet students: Cheyenna Clearbrook, Daequan Taylor, Tessa Lewis, Alexa Paulay-Simmons, Renate Rose, Rodney Burford, and Dalton Taylor. This diverse group of seven students, with differences in gender, sexual orientation, education, race, language and upbringing provide an up close and personal look at their college journey. Throughout...

October 2, 2020
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Gally the bison

Here is a good reason to visit the Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute once it reopens: to see Gally, the juvenile female American bison that we, the Gallaudet University community, named. She is about one-year-old and comes from the American Prairie Reserve in Montana. Previously, Gallaudet named one other bison at the zoo....

July 24, 2020

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