Research Project – help requested

My friend and I are looking to interview a few high school or college aged students to take a quick survey to help us with our freshman year research papers. Please contact us if you can help us out.

Thank you,

Ava Stratton and Gabby Wuensch

Thanks for letting me know what i can do next. Will post it and good luck.

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On Fri, Nov 30, 2018, 11:19 AM Ava Stratton <astratt@udel.eduwrote:
That would be great, you can post this email as a contact.

Thank you so much!
Ava Stratton
On Thu, Nov 29, 2018 at 10:02 PM runts f <> wrote:
I reached out to someone at Delaware School for the Deaf to help you out. Also, I can post your request on our website that you had accessed. If you are okay with that, there are two options for communication – 1. list your email in the post online or 2. have them contact me, and I can refer them to you. Either works.

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On Thu, Nov 29, 2018 at 5:43 PM Ava Stratton <> wrote:

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Subject: Research Project

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My friend and I are looking to interview a few high school or college aged students to take a quick survey to help up with our freshman year research papers. Would you be able to help us get in contact with potential students?
Thank you,
Ava Stratton and Gabby Wuensch

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Beach Happy Hour FYI

I am sorry to share this kind of news.  I cannot continue to host for the Deaf Happy hour anymore due to my health.  If you know someone who wants to take over, please let me know.  Also, i want to thank you all for your support and time we all had together over the last two years which I will cherish. 

David Bendekovits




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Intro to Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence Interpreting

There is a huge need for more trained interpreters available to interpret in settings impacted by domestic violence and sexual violence. Having training can mean the difference between making a survivor feel empowered or retraumatized. This module provides tools and resources for understanding the specialty knowledge and skills needed to be successful in these settings.

Where? Online, via Canvas

When? November 19-December 28, 2018

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This activity will offer 2.0 RID CMP continuing education units in professional studies. St. Catherine University is an RID-approved CMP sponsor.

Deaf LEAD Announcements

My name is Lyndsey Dusanek and I work with DeafLEAD. I am excited to tell you about two important programs that DeafLEAD provides for the Deaf community. Those two programs are:
Deaf Crisis Line – a 24-hour crisis hotline available for Deaf individuals who have ever been emotionally, physically or sexually abused (past or present) and are struggling with depression, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, or who just need someone to talk to. Trained crisis workers are fluent in sign language and available 24/7/365.

FREE sign language interpreting for Deaf and Hard of Hearing victims of crime, as well as for shelters, law enforcement, and victim service providers working with them. 

 Any assistance you can provide in getting the information out to Deaf individuals in your state would be greatly appreciated.
Let me know if you have any additional questions.
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DeafLEAD (formerly The L.E.A.D Institute)
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Google Accessibility Trusted Tester Program

The Google Accessibility Engineering Team is looking for people who are Deaf or hard of hearing to become volunteer testers of new Google products with the purpose of providing accessibility feedback to the engineering teams here at Google.  If deemed a fit, the volunteer testers will have the opportunity to share their thoughts on some cool new products we’re working on, interact directly with teams at Google via email, phone and/or video chat, all while helping to make our products more accessible. 

For the pilot program, which may last up to one year, we are looking for tech-savvy users who are at least 18 years of age and reside in the U.S.  Anyone interested in volunteering for the program should fill out this survey, which is also linked at  If you feel people in your network may like to hear about the program, you may forward this invitation to fill out the survey.

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