September 7, 2010 (Archives)
Class of 2014 receives warm welcome, advice to ensure success
Filled with enthusiasm about the promise of the Gallaudet experience before them, many of the 290 new undergraduate students comprising the University's Class of 2014 and their families attended a welcome ceremony on August 25 in Elstad Auditorium.
Mellon Foundation grants support research initiatives, digital library
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has continued its long-standing support of Gallaudet by approving two grants to the University.
Gallaudet hosts WorldDeaf Cinema Festival and Competition
Gallaudet is proud to host the WorldDeaf Cinema Festival, November 4-7, to celebrate and discover the cinematic art of deaf and hard of hearing people, as well as of hearing people who produce films with or about deaf and hard of hearing people.
Gallaudet athletics adds Social Media sites for 2010-11 season
Bison fans have two new ways to interact and show their passion for Gallaudet athletics in 2010-11 with the debut of the official Gallaudet Athletics’ Facebook and Twitter pages.
Baseball Golf Classic announced
Gallaudet baseball coach Curtis Pride has announced details for the first annual Gallaudet Baseball Golf Classic on Monday, October 18, 7:30 a.m., at the Norbeck Country Club in Rockville, Md.
Beehive (Utah) Chapter of the GUAA to host BBQ
A barbecue is being held by the GUAA's Beehive (Utah) Chapter on Saturday, September 18, 2 p.m., at the Sanderson Community Center, Taylorsville, Utah. Elections for new officers will also be held.
Pacific Northwest GUAA Chapter to host picnic and elections
Alumni are welcome to attend a picnic hosted by the GUAA's Pacific Northwest Chapter on Saturday, September 25, 10 a.m., at Champoeg State Park, St. Paul, Ore. Elections will also be held.
President and First Lady Hurwitz to speak at Free State Chapter picnic
President and First Lady Hurwitz will be guests of honor at the GUAA Free State (Md.) Chapter's annual picnic on Sunday, October 10, noon-5 p.m., at Walkersville (Md.) Community Park.
Help requested for national survey on employment of deaf and hard of hearing people
James Schiller, a faculty member in Gallaudet's Social Work Department, asks for your help by completing a web survey in his examination of how technology relates to employment.