Gallaudet University launches new alumni television show

Gallaudet University launches new alumni television show

Washington, D.C. – February 1, 2013 – The Gallaudet University Office of Alumni Relations is pleased to announce the launch of a new television show, “Alumni NOW.” The half-hour long program is composed of three segments in which alumni discuss news, developments, and events at Gallaudet.

In the first program, Gallaudet University Alumni Association President Alyce Slater Reynolds, ’76 & G-’78, Nicholas Gould, ’09, Elvia Guillermo, ’03, David Reekers, G-’06, and Fred Weiner, ’88, discussed the 25th anniversary of Deaf President Now, the development of buildings and resources on campus over the years, and profiled Dr. Gerald “Bummy” Burstein, a beloved member of the Gallaudet community who gave a generous donation to the university to establish the G. “Bummy” Burstein Leadership Institute.

“Gallaudet University is a cherished place for the tens of thousands of alumni around the world and many like to stay informed about what’s happening on campus,” said Gallaudet University President T. Alan Hurwitz. “Alumni NOW” is a great tool to keep alumni connected to their alma mater no matter how far away they are from Kendall Green.”

To watch the first show, click here

“Alumni NOW” welcomes ideas and suggestions for future show segments. Send your ideas via email to [email protected]

Gallaudet University, federally chartered in 1864, is a bilingual, diverse, multicultural institution of higher education that ensures the intellectual and professional advancement of deaf and hard of hearing individuals through American Sign Language and English. Gallaudet maintains a proud tradition of research and scholarly activity and prepares its graduates for career opportunities in a highly competitive, technological, and rapidly changing world.

Kaitlin Luna, Coordinator of Media and Public Relations
(202) 448-7106 voice
(202) 250-2973 VP
(585) 507-1705 mobile/text
Email: [email protected]


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