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Gallaudet University and the Office of Alumni Relations greatly values the milestones of our alumni. As such, we welcome alumni news, including alumni achievements, personal milestones, obituaries, and chapter events for our records and publications. We encourage you to share these moments with us. We...
Deaf Leader from Nepal Visits Gallaudet Deaf leader from Nepal visits Gallaudet Amos Kendall, a former parishioner of Calvary Baptist Church celebrates 150 Years News story from the World Federation of the Deaf relating to Gallaudet Museum Honorary Co-Chairs Jack R. and Rosalyn Lee Gannon...
Media and community coverage of the Deaf Difference + Space Survival exhibition: "How Being Deaf Made the Difference in Space Research," posted by Smithsonian Institution National Air and Space Museum. "Gallaudet University highlights NASA's deaf hidden figures," by Mike Carter-Conneen of ABC 7 News (WJLA-TV)....
Today's "controlled burn" of two mock dorm rooms was caught on camera and may air on a number of TV news stations. The activity, during which no individuals or personal property was actually harmed, was part of a week of fire prevention activities held on...
Every Friday, World News with Charles Gibson features a "Person of the Week", someone who has made a difference to the world or the country or a community. On October 2, that person was Andy Bonheyo, a 1985 graduate of Gallaudet. Bonheyo's profile was broadcast...
Gallaudet undergraduate student Johnny Jackson, who is studying math and computer science, was featured in a Tuscaloosa News story on July 29. Jackson, who plays baseball for the University in addition to pursuing two fields of study, kept almost as busy this summer as he...
President Cordano joined Xavier Becerra, Secretary of Health and Human Services; Robert Califf, Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration; Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts), and others at a news conference about over-the-counter hearing aids on Tuesday, October 19 at Walgreens, 1306 U Street Northwest. ...
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