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Job: Bloomsburg University – Interpreting Instructor

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania Interpreting Instructor: ASL/English Interpreting Program Full-time One-Year Temporary Position The Department of Exceptionality Programs at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania is seeking applicants for one full-time one-year temporary position (Job # 24900-18-126). The ASL/English Interpreting Program prepares students to work as interpreters in the Deaf community and is a four-year Bachelor Degree […]

Job: Framingham State – Tenure Track Faculty

ASL/English Interpreting & Deaf Studies Framingham State University Job Description: The Department of World Languages at Framingham State University is accepting applications for a full-time, 12-month, tenure-track faculty position in the American Sign Language (ASL) Program, with concentrations in ASL/English Interpreting and in Deaf Studies. The successful candidate will teach ASL and Deaf Studies courses […]

EIS & Fingerspelled Word Recognition Seminars at WOU

TEACHERS! Here’s your chance to learn from master educator, Dr. Carol Patrie!  April 5-7, 2019 – Western Oregon University, Monmouth, OR Dr. Patrie takes you step-by-step through The Effective Interpreting Series, and unlocks the secrets to fingerspelled word recognition, too! Click on the flyer for complete details. Seating is limited … Register today! Download PDF […]

Yale University – ASL Lector

The Department of Linguistics at Yale University invites applications for a full-time Lector in American Sign Language to begin July 1, 2019. The initial appointment will run for three years, and is potentially renewable.  The Lector will offer 5 courses in ASL and will be responsible for the continued development of the ASL curriculum. The […]

IJIE Volume 10(2) Published

The Conference of Interpreter Trainers is pleased to announce the publication of the International Journal of Interpreter Education 10(2). You can view the table of contents below.  We want to highlight that the first research article, Designated or Preferred? A case study of a deaf academic and two signed language interpreters working together for a PhD […]

Research on Perceptions of Codas in Leadership Positions

Hello! I’m Rosalinda Voss, a hearing person of Deaf parents, Deaf grandparents, and have five other Deaf family members. I have worked as an ASL/English interpreter since 2004 and have managed interpreters for nearly five years. I am conducting this research as a partial fulfillment for a Master’s degree in Interpreting Studies and Communication Equity […]