March 12, 2010 (Archives)
Gallaudet University's financial health
Higher education today faces many challenges. President Hurwitz and administrators share with the campus community Gallaudet's financial situation and the necessary steps that are being taken to help it remain fiscally strong.
Charter Day Brunch and Awards Program set for April 17
The Gallaudet University Alumni Association's Laurent Clerc Cultural Fund will celebrate Gallaudet's 146th Charter Day on Saturday, April 17! The deadline for brunch reservations is Friday, April 2.
Dr. Beth Benedict named 2010 winner of Antonia Brancia Maxon Award for EHDI Excellence
Benedict, '80 & PhD '03, a professor in the Department of Communication Studies, was named the 2010 winner of the Antonia Brancia Maxon Award for EHDI Excellence on March 1
Cook honored with Women's Basketball Coaches Association award
Coach Kevin Cook has been honored with the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's 2010 Carol Eckman Award.
Gallaudet baseball set to play three games in Florida
The Gallaudet baseball team will be playing against three schools in South Florida on March 14, 16, and 18. Come and support the mighty Bison and show your Gallaudet spirit!
Openings for Hearing Undergraduate Students (HUGs) and Department of Interpretation expands program offerings
More opportunities for hearing undergraduate students are available at Gallaudet and Department of Interpretation expands to include a B.A. in Interpretation program.
Class of 1985 needs your help!
The Class of 1985 wants to connect with members in preparation for its Silver Anniversary reunion during the 2010 Homecoming.
Alumni Relations is particularly seeking members of the Class of 1985 who are "lost" alumni.
Nominations being accepted for Athletics Hall of Fame
The Gallaudet University Alumni Association is still accepting nominations for the Athletics Hall of Fame until Friday, April 2.
'Deaf Studies Digital Journal' seeks submissions
The "DSDJ" seeks articles, commentary, literature, visual arts, video, and other works for its second issue. The deadline for submissions is March 31.
How has technology affected Gallaudet University?
Emily Fisher, a student taking a Capstone Seminar in sociology, is seeking alumni to assist her in a research project on what life was like before technology became a part of our everyday lives.
Theatre Arts Department presents 'Charlotte's Web'
A stage adaptation of "Charlotte's Web," the classic favorite by E.B. White, will be presented by the Theatre Arts Department April 15-18.