Deaf Studies Division in the News
- Deaf Studies: 40th Anniversary Celebration 1972 - 2012 - Ohlone College, May 11, 2012, iDeafNews - Video of the Ohlone College Deaf Studies Division 40th Anniversary Celebration on April 19, 2012.
- Gallaudet University, Ohlone College sign articulation agreement, May 11, 2012, Gallaudet University - In addition to celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Ohlone College Language and Culture Center for Deaf Studies, Ohlone looked toward the future with the signing of an articulation agreement between the college and Gallaudet University. The agreement was signed by Ohlone College President Gari Browning and Gallaudet Provost Stephen Weiner.
- Honorary doctorate degree awarded to former Ohlone instructor Audree Norton, May 10, 2012, Gallaudet University - The [Gallaudet] Board of Trustees voted this year to award … an honorary doctor of humane letters degree to Audree Lauraine Norton, '52, a founding member of the National Theatre of the Deaf (NTD) and a respected educator.
- Photos: Ohlone College Deaf Studies 40th Anniversary Celebration, April 23, 2012, Deaf Bay Area - We've got some photos for you from the recent Ohlone College Deaf Studies 40th Anniversary Celebration. The event took place on April 19th in Fremont. Photos by Drago.
- Bernard Bragg Rocks Fremont, CA Audience In “My World Stage” - October 24, 2011 - The Klopping Theatre at the California School for the Deaf in Fremont, CA was packed to capacity on September 23rd with nearly 400 people watching Bernard Bragg’s performance in “My World Stage.”
- Ohlone opens Deaf Studies Lab - September 21, 2010, Inside Bay Area - After two decades of having students practice American Sign Language using clunky VHS cassettes, Ohlone College fast-forwarded to the digital age Monday, officially opening its new Deaf Studies Lab.
- Announcement: Grand Opening of the Deaf Studies Lab - September 20, 2010
- Ohlone College Opens New Deaf Studies Lab - September 20, 2010 Ohlone College press release - A state-of-the-art computer lab and classroom for the Deaf Studies Division at Ohlone College officially opened its doors on Monday, September 20, 2010. Ohlone operates one of the largest and most highly respected Deaf Studies programs of any community college in the US, with almost 200 Deaf students and an additional 600 American Sign Language (ASL) students.
- Grand Opening! Evelyn Henderson Deaf Studies Lab - September 17, 2010 Ohlone College press release - A state-of-the-art computer lab and classroom for Deaf Studies Division at Ohlone College officially opens its doors on Monday, September 20. Ohlone College has one of the largest populations of Deaf students outside of Gallaudet University, with almost 200 Deaf students plus an additional 600 ASL learners.
- Ohlone gets grant for Deaf Studies Lab - March 6, 2010, Inside Bay Area - Ohlone College soon will have a new computer laboratory where American Sign Language will be the lingua franca. The college, which is home to about 200 deaf students and a 650-student Deaf Studies division, expects to open the lab by the end of this summer with a $200,000 grant from the East Bay Community Center.
- Ohlone College Gets Grant for Deaf Studies Lab; $200,000 from EastBay Community Foundation - March 3, 2010, Ohlone College press release - A $200,000 grant from the East Bay Community Foundation (EBCF) to Ohlone College will furnish and equip a newer, more fully developed Deaf Studies/American Sign Language (ASL) Computer Laboratory at Ohlone College.
- Deaf Taiwanese’s Photography Displayed in Deaflympics Stadium - September 7, 2009, Deaf Nation - … His goal was to become a professional photographer, so he went overseas to the United States to attend two different colleges, Ohlone College and the Academy of Arts located in the greater San Francisco bay area in California.
- Genie Gertz leads workshop: Teenagers discuss ‘deafhood’ - Northwest: Students from Washington, Oregon not defined by lack of hearing - May 20, 2009, The News Tribune - "Instead of looking at what deaf people can't do, we need to look at ourselves as people who are visual, and who have a community," deaf poet and educator Ella Mae Lentz signed through an interpreter. "We need to look at ourselves in a very positive view to confirm who we are as deaf individuals." Lentz and Genie Gertz, dean of the Center for Deaf Studies at Ohlone College in Fremont, Calif., have led workshops for deaf adults around the country since 2005. Deafhood Youth Northwest on Tuesday at Mount Tahoma was their first presentation tailored to teenagers.
- Genie Gertz: a new vision for the center - September 11, 2008, Ohlone College Monitor
- Sorenson Communications Partners with Ohlone College to Provide Real-World Mentoring and Web-Based Interpreter Training: Partnership Broadens Training Experiences to Address Interpreter Shortage - December 3, 2007, Press release - Sorenson Communication - Sorenson Communications™, the leading provider of Video Relay Services (VRS) for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals who use American Sign Language (ASL), today announced a partnership with Ohlone College, in Fremont, California, to provide a deaf language mentorship program for Ohlone students and to jointly utilize Ohlone's Web-based training system, WebCT, to provide a more extensive training experience for interpreters working for Sorenson VRS (SVRS).