Laurent Clerc Award

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Lu Laurent Clerc Award è nu prèmiu dâ Gallaudet University.

Storia[cancia | cancia la surgenti]

È n'onori annuali cunfiriti dâ Gallaudet University di arricanusciri na pirsuna surda pi li sò cuntribbuti eccezzionali â sucitati[1][2], e 'n particulari pi unurari ù luru assuccessi ntî l'intirissi dê pirsuni surdu[3]. È chiamatu pi Laurent Clerc (1785-1869). È statu datu a scinziati e invinturi di rilìvu, cumu scinziatu surdi Robert Weitbrecht, pi unurari lu sò cuntribbutu ntô sviluppu dâ telescrivinti e n'accuppiaturi acusticu pi li modem primi computer[4]. Si è data ô dâ Gallaudet University Alumni Association attravirsu la sà Laurent Clerc Cultural Fund[5].

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  1. Harry G. Lang (January 1, 1995). "Deaf Persons in the Arts and Sciences: A Biographical Dictionary". Greenwood Publishing Group. - "...Laurent Clerc award (see page 376)..."
  2. Gallaudet University Alumni Association (2014). "Laurent Clerc Award". Gallaudet University. - "...The LCCF Laurent Clerc Award is presented to a deaf person for his or her outstanding contributions to society...."
  3. Harry G. Lang (2000). "A Phone of Our Own: The Deaf Insurrection Against Ma Bell". Gallaudet University Press. - "...in recognition of 'outstanding contributions by a deaf person in the interest of deaf people'... (in honor of Robert Weitbrecht for inventing the modem)..."
  4. Harry G. Lang (2000). "A Phone of Our Own: The Deaf Insurrection Against Ma Bell". Gallaudet University Press. - "...in recognition of 'outstanding contributions by a deaf person in the interest of deaf people'... (in honor of Robert Weitbrecht for inventing the modem)..."
  5. PHYLLIS STEELE (April 21, 2011). "147th anniversary of Charter Day commemorated on campus". The Buff and Blue (Gallaudet student newspaper). - "...LCCF’s Laurent Clerc Award. This award recognizes outstanding social contributions by a deaf person. It was awarded to Allison Schlesinger-Sepulveda...."
  6. "Who is David Peikoff?". University of Alberta. - "... the Laurent Clerc Award in 1970 for outstanding social contributions by a deaf person ..."
  7. Harry G. Lang (2000). "A Phone of Our Own: The Deaf Insurrection Against Ma Bell". Gallaudet University Press. - "...in recognition of 'outstanding contributions by a deaf person in the interest of deaf people'... (in honor of Robert Weitbrecht for inventing the modem)..."
  8. DEAF LIFE Media Kit - The DEAF LIFE Advisory Board
  9. "William J. Marra Museum". Deaf Cultural Center. 2014. - "...William J. Marra dedicated his life to the collection and preservation of information and relics related to deaf .... recipient of ... Gallaudet University Alumni Association’s prestigious Laurent Clerc Award..."
  10. "Stephen Anthony Regester Ar ...". Washington Post. December 2, 2006.
  11. who "was the first female president of the National Association of the Deaf (USA)] (1980-1982), the first deaf superintendent of MKSD in New Jersey, known as the Marie H. Katzenbach School for the Deaf (1990-1999), the first female president of CEASD, known as the Conference of Educational Administrators of Schools and Programs for the Deaf (1994-1996), and the first female president of Deaf Seniors of America (1999-2005).
  12. "Dr. Gertrude Scott Galloway: Activist, Educator & Torchbearer".
  13. Funnaturi di National Center for Deaf Advocacy
  14. NCDA Staff Leadership
  15. PHYLLIS STEELE (April 21, 2011). "147th anniversary of Charter Day commemorated on campus". The Buff and Blue (Gallaudet student newspaper). - "...LCCF’s Laurent Clerc Award. This award recognizes outstanding social contributions by a deaf person. It was awarded to Allison Schlesinger-Sepulveda...."

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