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Job: University of Arizona – Assoc. Prof. – ASL, Deaf Studies, and Ed. Interpreting

Position Information Title Associate Professor of Practice, Disability and Psychoeducational Studies Department Disability Psychoeduc Studies (3204) Medical Sub-Speciality Location Main Campus Position Summary The University of Arizona is pleased to announce an opening for a 1.0 FTE position for an Associate Professor of Practice (Non-Tenure Track) in American Sign Language (all levels), Deaf Studies and Educational Interpreting […]

Job: Idaho State – Clinical Asst Professor, Sign Language

Idaho State University Clinical Assistant Professor, Sign Language (5549) Posting Number: req609 9 Month Full-Time Faculty Non-Tenure Track Division of Health Sciences Pocatello – Main Primary Purpose Teach American Sign Language classes and related courses for majors and non-majors. Represent the Sign Language Studies and Sign Language Interpreting programs on the Pocatello campus. Idaho State […]

Webinar on Infusing Role-Space Theory in Teaching

Evolving Paradigms in Interpreting Learning and Teaching  Role-Space Theory-What Does It Mean and How Do We Apply It?  Looking for advanced learning? Challenging topics? Don’t just sit there! Role-Space theory is an exciting paradigm shift in the field of interpreter education! Join us for the second in our series of 2 exciting interactive webinars as we […]

Apply for UNF’s Interpreting Pedagogy program

The Interpreting Pedagogy master’s program at UNF is accepting applications for its Summer 2018 cohort–Apply today! Applications due March 31, 2018 Classes start May 9, 2018 This distance-friendly program is offered in partnership with the VRS Interpreting Institute and seeks motivated nationally certified interpreters and Deaf interpreters who aspire to teach in a post-secondary interpreter education program. Reduced […]

Announcing CIT Conference Speakers

The CIT Conference Committee is excited to announce the featured speakers for the 2018 CIT Conference. Learn more about Patrice Creamer Learn more about Maya de Wit Learn more about Tom Holcomb More information about the speakers and their topics will be coming soon.

Focus Group on Interpreter Education Program Curricula

Last call! Are you a Deaf, hard of hearing or hearing interpreter educator and/or IEP graduate? Do you want to participate in a study that explores interpreter education program curricula at the AA, BA and MA levels? Dr. Melanie Metzger, Dr. Keith Cagle and Dr. Danielle Hunt from Gallaudet University will be conducting focus groups […]

WOU: Director, Regional Resource Center on Deafness

Director, Regional Resource Center on Deafness Department:    Regional Resource Center on Deafness           Recruitment #:            S1764 Closing Date:  Review begins March 16, 2018. Position open until filled This is a part-time (0.75 FTE), 12-month, annually renewable, unclassified position in the Regional Resource Center on Deafness at Western Oregon University (WOU) in Monmouth. The opportunity to back-fill […]

Job Posting: UNH – Lecturer of ASL/Deaf Studies

Lecturer of ASL/Deaf Studies The University of New Hampshire, Manchester Campus invites applications for the position of Lecturer of ASL/Deaf Studies. UNH Manchester, the university’s urban campus, serves New Hampshire’s largest, most diverse, and rapidly growing community. The College actively creates and nurtures a dynamic learning environment in which qualified individuals of differing perspectives, life […]

Job: American River College – IPP Asst Professor/Coordinator

 American River College American Sign Language (ASL) / English Language Interpreter Preparation Program Assistant Professor (50%) / Coordinator (50%) Job Posting Number: F00302P Salary: $43,188.21 to $79,559.05 annually. Additional earnings may be available for summer, overloads, and stipends. LRCCD Salary Schedules Additional Salary Information Entering annual salary within a given range varies, depending upon units/degrees […]