``Deaf people still participate in events sponsored by local and state associations, religious groups, sports clubs and teen or senior citizens programs, for example,'' said Roslyn Rosen, director for the CSUN-based National Center on Deafness.
What does NCOD stand for?
NCOD stands for National Center on Deafness
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We have 8 other meanings of NCOD in our Acronym Attic
- New College of California (est. 1971)
- NORAD Combat Operations Center
- Not Clear On Concept
- National Coalition on Caribbean Affairs (est. 1997; Silver Spring, MD)
- North Central Ohio Counseling Association (est. 1993)
- Northern California Outrigger Canoe Association
- North Carolina One Call Center (underground excavation database; Greensboro, NC)
- North Central Ohio Computer Cooperative
- National Catholic Office for the Deaf (Landover Hills, MD)
- National Center for Organization Development (Veterans Health Administration)
- National Coming-Out Day
- National Contaminant Occurrence Database (United States)
- Non-Commissioned Officer of the Day
- National Council on Drug Control (Grenada; est. 2002)
- National Council on Open and Distance Education
- North Carolina Office on Disability and Health
- Non-Commissioned Officer Development Program
- Norfolk Coalition of Disabled People (UK)
- National Center of Excellence (various locations)
- National Commission on Entrepreneurship
Samples in periodicals archive:
A national model of career services for students who are deaf, hard of hearing and those with other disabilities has been established at the National Center on Deafness at California State University, Northridge.
City News Service CSUN deafness center gets grant California State University, Northridge's National Center on Deafness has been awarded more than $930,000 by the federal government for an innovative program that helps educate deaf and hard-of-hearing students.
Merri Pearson, director of CSUN's National Center on Deafness (NCOD).
She now works at the school's National Center on Deafness in a program to improve post-secondary school education for the hearing-impaired.
Byline: Orith Goldberg Staff Writer NORTHRIDGE - A sign-language reading program by volunteers from the National Center on Deafness at California State University, Northridge, drew about 25 people to its debut at the Borders bookstore in Northridge on Thursday night.
The National Center on Deafness at California State University, Northridge, serves 250 students.
Stan Bass Montrose Concerns of deaf real As the director of the National Center on Deafness at the California State University, Northridge, I would like to address an extremely important issue raised by our students; ``Deaf students plan to protest CSUN interpreters'' (Daily News, Feb.