Cornell University Deaf Awareness Project

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About Us

The Cornell University Deaf Awareness Project (CUDAP) is a student-run program of the Cornell Public Service Center. Our mission has three parts: first, we aim to promote heightened awareness of the Deaf community, culture and history. Second, we hope to support a welcoming environment for students to learn about the Deaf community and American Sign Language (ASL) through meetings and events, while encouraging understanding and interaction between the Cornell campus and Deaf and Hard of Hearing persons. Finally, we hope to support the ASL course sequence offered by Cornell University during the school year.

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Events & Activities

CUDAP organizes relevant movie screenings, performances, informational panels, and other events related to American Sign Language, Deaf culture, and accessibility.

Exclusive Resources

CUDAP offers opportunities for individuals to learn and practice ASL and to become more familiar with the issues facing the Deaf community.

Connnections

CUDAP frequently collaborates with other organizations on campus to facilitate workshops and other events. Additionally, CUDAP works closely with community agencies to build a greater relationship with the Deaf community in the area.

Our Team

Joyce Muchan
Advisor
Riley Fukano
Publicity Chair
Lucia Gomez
President
Jasmine Nie
Treasurer
Juliet Remi
Outreach Chair

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Deaf Awareness Project, Cornell University (CUDAP)

300 Kennedy Hall
Ithaca, NY, 14850