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Gallaudet welcomes ten new faculty members

August 20, 2021


The Division of Academic Affairs is delighted to introduce ten new faculty members, in eight programs across four of our five schools. You can read more about each on MyGU. Welcome to Gallaudet, and best wishes for a fulfilling academic career!

  • Nahar Albudoor
    • Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences
    • School of Health Services and Sciences
  • William Burgess
    • Communication Studies Program
    • School of Civic Leadership, Business, and Social Change
  • Moonhoon Choi
    • Communication Studies Program
    • School of Civic Leadership, Business, and Social Change
  • Dae-Kun Kim
    • Department of English
    • School of Language, Education, and Culture
  • Naomi Sheneman
    • Department of American Sign Language
    • School of Language, Education, and Culture
  • Christopher Tester
    • Department of Interpretation and Translation
    • School of Language, Education, and Culture
  • Alison B. Wetmur
    • Department of Social Work
    • School of Civic Leadership, Business, and Social Change

Thanks to Malik Mikhail, ’21, Communications Specialist in the Office of the Provost, for compiling their biographies. 

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