August 6, 2008 (Archives)
Daphne Cox bids goodbye and says hello to alumni
A long-time employee with the Office of Alumni Relations, Daphne Cox, ’82, leaves for a new position with the Office of Admissions.
Now is the time for 2009 alumni awards nominations
Names are needed for the Gallaudet University Alumni Association and Laurent Clerc Cultural Fund awards. Winners will be recognized at the annual Charter Day program in April.
Gallaudet Athletics sprints into fall with new field, new lights, and new potential
Hotchkiss Field now sports a new look—a kelly green expanse of "FieldTurf" marked by crisp white yard lines and a bold new buff and blue Bison logo.
Victories in the Big Easy
Gallaudet wins a battle for college bragging rights and a Gallaudet student takes home the title of Miss Deaf America.
Alumna breaks ground with a Ph.D. in computer science
Karen Alkoby broke new ground for deaf professionals when she became the nation’s first deaf woman to earn a Ph.D. in computer science. Now she is taking her degree across the ocean.
Gallaudet alumnus and director of ITS appointed to D.C. commission
When it comes to advising D.C. officials about matters impacting people with disabilities, it is hard to find a better choice than an active member of both the Gallaudet and D.C. communities. Jon Mitchiner, '96, offers both of these qualities.
A note from the Class of 1969 president to his classmates
President Brent Nowak, '69, wishes to inform his classmates that there will be a class reunion in June 2009. Read on to learn more about the 40th anniversary reunion.
College of Professional Studies and Outreach announces fall classes
The fall semester is just around the corner! Keep in mind that the College of Professional Studies and Outreach offers something for everyone.