November 12, 2010 (Archives)
'Class News and Notes'
Catch up on the latest alumni news.
Williams-Granfors to assume ADWAS executive director post
The Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services board of directors has selected Gallaudet alumna and trustee Tiffany Williams-Granfors, '89, as its next executive director.
Gallaudet hosts WORLDEAF Cinema Festival
The first event of its kind welcomed deaf and hard of hearing filmmakers and film fans from around the globe to Kendall Green for a four-day celebration of deaf cinema.
Professors emeriti announced for Commencement
Distinguished individuals who will be awarded professor emeritus status at Gallaudet's 142nd Commencement exercises on Friday, May 13 have been announced by President Hurwitz.
Graduate Fellowship Fund award recipients announced
Ten individuals received grants from the Graduate Fellowship Fund Committee of Gallaudet University Alumni Associaiton, enabling them to pursue their studies.
GUAA Riverside Chapter announces scholarship winner
The GUAA Riverside Chapter is pleased to announce that Matthew Felin, a student at CSDR, is the recipient of the chapter's 2010 Scholarship Award.
President, First Lady Hurwitz to be guests of honor at NorCal GUAA event
The NorCal Chapter of the GUAA is hosting an event complete with entertainment, a silent auction, and guests of honor President T. Alan Hurwitz and First Lady Vicki Hurwitz on Saturday, December 11, 5-11 p.m. in Berkeley, Calif.
GUAA Robert E. Lee (Staunton, Va.) Chapter to host Christmas Bash
President Hurwitz will be the special guest of honor at the Robert E. Lee Chapter of the GUAA's Christmas Bash--also a fundraising event--on Saturday, December 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind in Staunton, Va.
Theatre Arts Department presents 'NOISES OFF'
"NOISES OFF," a play written by Tony Award winner Michael Frayn and produced by Stephen French, debuts at Elstad Auditorium on Thursday, November 18.