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Office of Planning
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The Office of Planning is responsible for Gallaudet University’s strategic plan. This includes activities like overseeing the planning process, the implementation and monitoring of the strategic plan. The university’s strategic plan is vital for three reasons:
Articulates and addresses the Gallaudet community’s needs
Translates priorities into actions and outcomes that have high impacts
Furthers Gallaudet’s commitment to transformation that continues its history of “becoming”
This office supports multiple projects at the strategic level that both elevates and supports the transformation of the entire Gallaudet community. Our collaborative efforts as a University community will positively impact current and future students, their families, communities, and the lives of Deaf and Hard of Hearing people of diverse identities and backgrounds.
It is a vision toward a sustainable and vibrant experience for our University, which is a beacon to impact and elevate the community of Deaf, Deaf Bind, Deaf Disabled, Hard of Hearing people, and all of humanity. To learn more click below.
Gallaudet’s Center for Black Deaf Studies operates as an outreach center for researching and educating about the Black Deaf experience.
The Louise B. Miller Pathways & Gardens: A Legacy for Black Deaf Children is a Black Deaf space where the community can come together to engage with each other. This space has four focal areas: Awareness, Freedom, Remembrance, and Healing.
To support long-term programming of this outreach space, the Necessity of Now campaign invites you to participate in funding this vital place of unification.
Strategic Planning and Integration Manager
Gallaudet University and its communities are in a continual state of “becoming” or transforming. Through this transformation, the University positively impacts local communities, the nation, and the world for deaf people across the spectrum of identities. To fully become, Gallaudet must understand and reckon with...
1972: Gallaudet College establishes the College for Continuing Education (CCE) under the Division of Public Services and hires Dr. Thomas A. Mayes as Dean of CCE. The development of Gallaudet's outreach programs are designed to serve the nation via community, continuing, professional and family education...
Printable Map (PDF) Through partnerships with host institutions, the outreach services of the Gallaudet University Regional Centers include: Dissemination of resources from Gallaudet University, Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center and regional networks. Development, provision, or support of educational transition, Early Intervention, and topic-specific training...
Gallaudet University, chartered in 1864, is a private university for deaf and hard of hearing students.
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