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Addressing the Black Student Union and Student Body Government Petition

Dear Black Student Union and Student Body Government: Gallaudet University recognizes the systemic racism embedded into the Gallaudet experience for many in our community and is taking increased action to eradicate it. Anti-racism work requires both systems transformation and individual change and we are acting...

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Apply to the B.A. in Interpretation Program!

We are the only university in the world that offers both an undergraduate and a graduate degree in American Sign Language (ASL) - English Interpretation. Our BAI Program provides a unique opportunity for interpretation majors to fully immerse themselves in deaf culture and community as...

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Laboratory instructor internships help cultivate a new generation of deaf science teachers

The Biology Department began hiring senior biology majors as laboratory instructors during the 2010 spring semester to teach non-majors taking the course BIO105: "Human Biology." To date, the initiative has enabled five students, including a president's fellow, to gain valuable hands-on teaching experience. The student...

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Hearing Procedures for Student Organizations

The discipline of student organizations is incorporated into the general Student Code of Conduct and operates according to the rules of that system. The University may carry out disciplinary proceedings and impose disciplinary sanctions on a student organization or recognized club found responsible for violation(s)...

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National Food Day shows students the healthy benefits of “real food”

The fresh herbs, handmade ice cream, and straight-from-the-farm cheese on display were in stark contrast to a video detailing animal cruelty in factory farms and devastating water shortages endured by people around the world. This juxtaposition is what National Food Day (NFD) is all about....

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Regional Presidents Convene to Improve Cradle to Career Education Through Community Engagement

This press release was created by the Maryland-DC Campus Compact with content contributed by Gallaudet University. "Together we will move the needle on cradle to career education and opportunity," said Madeline Yates, Executive Director of the Maryland-DC Campus Compact (MDCCC), the region's largest higher education...

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Alumni authors

Dr. Kathy Jankowski, ’80, wrote a book, Agatha Tiegel Hanson: Our Places in the Sun, a biography of the first woman to receive a Bachelor of Arts degree from Gallaudet. “Barely fifteen years old in 1888, Agatha Tiegel entered the nation's only college for deaf...

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