The Ghost of Gary Brooks haunts these hallowed halls to preserve sign language all over Kendall Green. The apparition appeared on Halloween in the EMG Lobby.
Homecoming 2007 (October 19-21). At the Peikoff Alumni House Grand Re-opening (from left), GUAA President Andrew Lange, Alumni Relations Director Samuel Sonnenstrahl, Student Body Government President Robert McConnell, and President Davila perform the ceremonial ribbon cutting.
Provost Stephen Weiner presents service awards for Eileen Matthews, Assessment Office executive director and special assistant to the provost (25 years) and Dr. Carol Erting, interim dean of Graduate School and Professional Programs (30 years).
Recently honored for reaching employment milestones at the University were Deborah Krichbaum (25 years), an associate professor in the Department of Family and Child Studies, and Dr. John Christiansen (30 years), a professor in the Department of Sociology. Also pictured are (from left): Samuel Weber, instructor, and Julia Bertak, chair, Family and Child Studies, Dr. Sharon Barnartt, chair, and Jilly Kowalski, Department of Sociology.
Homecoming 2007 (October 19-21). Esperanza Latimer is offered a hug from Dr. Davila after receiving her alumni emerita medallion.
Homecoming 2007 (October 19-21). Ronald Hirano, a member of the 50th anniversary class and a new alumnus emeritus inductee, smiles after receiving his medallion.
Homecoming 2007 (October 19-21). Class of 1997 members show their pride at their 10th anniversary reunion.
Dr. Regina Nuzzo, assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, presents "Functional Data Analysis and Its Applications." Also pictured is GIS interpreter Jeffrey Hardison. In this October 19 lecture, she discussed research in a new field of statistics called Functional Data Analysis (FDA), which can analyze data made up of continuous curves instead of single points. Through examples, Dr. Nuzzo showed how FDA could answer questions about how weather patterns change over time and find hidden trends in a psychology experiment that followed people’s reactions to the auditory and visual aspects of a musical performance. The lecture, part of the Mathematics and Computer Science Colloquium, was attended by faculty from the departments of Mathematics and Psychology, as well as Gallaudet alumni and a visiting science writer.
Homecoming 2007 (October 19-21). Amanda Primel relaxes with her dog Athunder, an Akita and Saint Bernard mix.
Homecoming 2007 (October 19-21). Iris Gomes smiles for the camera at the Alumni of Color Reunion.
Homecoming 2007 (October 19-21). (From left) Director of Alumni Relations Samuel Sonnenstrahl, Alumni of Color Reunion Co-chair Franklin Torres, keynote speaker Kaori Takeuchi, Alumni of Color Reunion Co-chair Thuan Nguyen, and GUAA President Andrew Lange pose at the Alumni of Color Reunion. The event was sponsored by the Office of Alumni Relations, the Office of the President, and the Center for Academic Programs and Student Services.
Homecoming 2007 (October 19-21). The mighty Bison take the field for the Homecoming football game.
Homecoming 2007 (October 19-21). Cheerleaders pump up the crowd.
Homecoming 2007 (October 19-21). Jane Nowalski (center) cheers along with fellow members of the Class of 1982 at their reunion breakfast. The “’82ers” made an impressive showing for their 25th reunion, setting a record of 100 attendees at this Alumni Relations-sponsored event.