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麻豆传媒高清

STAMP your Future!

Faculty and students collaborate on innovative, interdisciplinary activities in the classroom and the lab and across the STEM fields of biology, chemistry, information technology, data science, mathematics, and public health. Students benefit from our state-of-the-art laboratories specifically designed for visual learning and communication. We provide students with an extensive portfolio of internship opportunities in industry and government and equip them with strong skills that make them qualified to pursue a variety of jobs or graduate school after Gallaudet. Students regularly engage in workshops and mentoring events to further prepare for graduate school and professional careers, connecting with a vast network of deaf and hard of hearing role mentors and alumni.


Programs

2023 privateYear of STEM Sign Language Lexicons

It will be an exciting year where we discuss the future of STEM sign langauge lexicons around the world and its impact on STEM education and careers. The year will have a series of events, and the first one was hosted on March 1-2, 2023...

Capital CoLAB

Created by the Greater Washington Partnership and brought to 麻豆传媒高清鈥檚 campus in 2022, the Capital CoLAB project aims to fill the nation鈥檚 technology skills gap with digitally fluent college graduates. CEOs and hiring managers across the country believe students need to exit college with...

STAMP Summer Bridge Program

July 21st to August 18th, 2024. For additional information, contact us.   The School of Science, Technology, Accessibility, Mathematics, and Public Health (STAMP) Summer Bridge Program is a free four-week program held at the end of the summer, just before the start of the fall semester....

S-STEM

麻豆传媒高清’s faculty produces world-class STEM graduates. In recognition of their quality and the need to expand opportunities and access to low-income deaf and hard of hearing students, the National Science Foundation has issued a grant to fund scholarships for students pursuing a variety of...

Projects

Faculty and Staff

Daniel Lundberg

School Director

Publications

How Users Experience Closed Captions on Live Television Quality Metrics Remain a Challenge

  • Author(s): Mariana Arroyo Chavez, Molly Feanny, Matthew Seita, Bernard Thompson, Keith Delk, Skyler Officer, Abraham Glasser, Raja Kushalnagar, and Christian Vogler
  • Published: May 11鈥16, 2024
  • Journal: Proceedings of the CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
  • DOI: 10.1145/3613904.3641988

Assessment of Sign Language-Based versus Touch-Based Input for Deaf Users

  • Author(s): Nina Tran, Paige S Devries, Matthew Seita, Raja Kushalnagar, Abraham Glasser, and Christian Vogler
  • Published: May 11鈥16, 2024
  • Journal: Proceedings of the CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
  • DOI: 10.1145/3613904.3642094

Sign Language vs. Touch Input for Deaf Users with IPAs in Simulated Kitchen Environments

  • Author(s): Paige Devries, Nina Tran, Keith Delk, Melanie Miga, Richard Taulbee, Pranav Pidathala, Abraham Glasser, Raja Kushalnagar, and Christian Vogler
  • Published: May 11鈥16, 2024
  • Journal: Extended Abstracts of the CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
  • DOI: 10.1145/3613905.3651075

Co-Creating Access: Autoethnography on Communication in Mixed-Hearing Higher Education

  • Author(s): Si Chen and James Waller, Matthew Seita, Christian Vogler, Raja Kushalnagar, Qi Wang
  • Published: May 11鈥16, 2024
  • Journal: Proceedings of the CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
  • DOI: 10.1145/3613904.3642017

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