Job Posting: Univ of Rochester – Sign Language Technical Associate

University of Rochester Sign Language Technical Associate HR Title: Technical Associate HR Job Number: 190258 Functional job title: Sign Language Technical Associate Supervisors: Co-directors Purpose: To provide resources for translation and interpreting services for American Sign Language Program, including responsibility for evaluation, oversight and hiring of freelance interpreters for highly technical academic work; interpret for meetings between Deaf […]

Treasurer’s Report — December 2015

by Patty Lessard CIT Treasurer treasurer@cit-asl.org     [av_toggle_container initial=’0′ mode=’accordion’ sort=” av_uid=’av-3xa0xa’] [av_toggle title=’English Version’ tags=” av_uid=’av-2xq0oe’] December 2015 – Treasurer’s Report It has been “quiet” these last few months.  Not much to report at this time in terms of expenses.  The Board continues to prepare for the upcoming conference in 2016.  There will […]

Tracking Time: Advice for Digital Immigrants

by Doug Bowen-Bailey CIT Webmaster webmaster@cit-asl.org [av_toggle_container initial=’0′ mode=’accordion’ sort=” av_uid=’av-3q7m14′] [av_toggle title=’English Version (with graphics)’ tags=” av_uid=’av-36a8ew’] Tracking Time As I prepare to get this newsletter ready to go out, it is the last week of 2015.   All around me are signs that time marches on.  My daughter, who seemingly only moments ago was […]

Public Relations & Outreach Report – December 2015

by Jeremy Rogers Director of Public Relations & Outreach pro@cit-asl.org   [av_toggle_container initial=’0′ mode=’accordion’ sort=” av_uid=’av-eawsm’] [av_toggle title=’English Translation’ tags=” av_uid=’av-32ck3q’] English Translation Hello! I have a brief message regarding Public Relations & Outreach Lately, I have been working on developing forms for sponsorships, advertising, and vendors/exhibitors for our CIT 2016 conference next year. The […]

President’s Report – January 2016

[av_toggle_container initial=’0′ mode=’accordion’ sort=” av_uid=’av-3v481w’] [av_toggle title=’English Translation’ tags=” av_uid=’av-2qztlg’] English Translation: Hello! Earlier this year, the CIT Board members and I gathered in Kentucky to work on the 2016 CIT conference. We did not complete our short and long term Strategic Plans; we will get meet again in Kentucky to finish the short and […]

NCIEC Proudly Announces Expanded Teaching Interpreting Media Content!

by Trudy Schaefer Director, National Interpreter Education Center You may already be familiar with the TerpTalks Collection available at the Teaching Interpreting Media (TIM) repository.  If you haven’t visited recently, we are pleased to announce that two new collections have recently been added just for you!  All three collections are found at: http://www.interpretereducation.org/tim/. The ASL […]

Secretary’s Report December 2015

by Jessica Bentley-Sassaman CIT Secretary secretary@cit-asl.org   [av_toggle_container initial=’0′ mode=’accordion’ sort=” av_uid=’av-44xg34′] [av_toggle title=’English Version’ tags=” av_uid=’av-2n3na8′] Hello, this is Jessica Bentley-Sassaman, CIT’s secretary. CIT has been very busy preparing for the upcoming conference in Lexington, KY. We have also been having discussions on the future of CIT, developing partnerships to strengthen CIT. Also we […]

Professional Development Report – January 2016

by Carole Lazorisak Director of Professional Development pd@cit-asl.org [av_toggle_container initial=’0′ mode=’accordion’ sort=” av_uid=’av-3ibeiz’] [av_toggle title=’English Version’ tags=” av_uid=’av-2qyqzv’] Greetings!  Happy Holidays to everyone! It is a good time to sit back and reflect all your accomplishments you have made during the year of 2015, and look ahead for amazing accomplishments that will be made in 2016! […]

Asst Professor of ASL Interpreting – University of Louisville

Assistant Professor of American Sign Language Interpreting University of Louisville Classical and Modern Languages http://louisville.edu/modernlanguages/ The Department of Classical and Modern Languages of the University of Louisville seeks to hire a dedicated professional to teach courses in Interpreting Studies and all levels of American Sign Language.  This tenure-track position will begin Fall 2016 at the Assistant […]

Students Research Challenges of Learning ASL at NTID

[av_toggle_container initial=’0′ mode=’accordion’ sort=” av_uid=’av-3y36c4′] [av_toggle title=’A Professor’s Introduction’ tags=” av_uid=’av-2vraes’] A Professor’s Introduction Christine Monikowski, PhD Professor, Department of ASL and Interpreting Education Rochester NY c.monikowski@rit.edu I teach a Discourse Analysis course to students in the spring semester of their second year. One project for my course is a Topic Review, the goal of which […]