Treasurer’s Report – October 2014

by Richard Laurion CIT Treasurer English Version Hello CIT!  Plans for the conference are in full swing and demanding much of the Board’s attention.  I’ve been doing my level-best to make sure all our decisions follow the budget we outlined for this event.  As of today, I think we’re doing a pretty good job […]

Presidential Interviews

with Leslie Greer CIT President [av_one_half first av_uid=’av-9i3ah9′][/av_one_half] [av_one_half av_uid=’av-7avs5p’][/av_one_half] English Translations [av_tab_container position=’top_tab’ boxed=’border_tabs’ initial=’1′ av_uid=’av-5ws5lp’] [av_tab title=’Interview with Kellie Stewart – English version’ icon_select=’no’ icon=’ue800′ font=’entypo-fontello’ av_uid=’av-4jcyod’] An Interview with Kellie Stewart ~English Version LG: Hello, I am Leslie Greer. I would like to introduce someone. Please tell us your name. KS: […]

Job Posting: Bloomsburg University – ASL/English Interpreting Program Full-time Tenure Track Position

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania ASL/English Interpreting Program Full-time Tenure Track Position The Department of Exceptionality Programs at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania is seeking applicants for two Full-time Faculty Positions.  Primary teaching responsibilities will include ASL and Deaf Culture related courses in the ASL/English Interpreting Program. The ASL/English Interpreting Program prepares students to work as interpreters […]

Hiking Up (and Down) the Digital Mountain

English Version When I was in high school, I read The Myth of Sisyphus by Albert Camus.  This philosophical essay pondered the meaning of life in the midst of what Camus and other existential philosophers perceived to be the absurdity of existence. Sisyphus in a figure in Greek mythology who was condemned by the gods […]

Publications Report – October 2014

by Kimberly Hale Director of Publications English Version As you remember, Jemina Napier stepped down as editor from the International Journal of Interpreter Education.  George Major and Ineke Crezee assumed a co-editorship late this summer. Due to the considerable time involved in putting each issue of the IJIE together, the first issue for the new […]

Transportation from Airport to Hotel English Version When you land into Portland airport, go downstairs to the baggage area. Go right toward the end of the baggage area (you are facing doors – go right.)  You will see signs leading to MAX train, which is also called light rail.  You need to purchase a ticket at a ticket machine.  […]

Membership Report – October 2014

by Jessica Bentley-Sassaman Director of Membership English Version Hello CIT members! School has started for those of you who are educators and I am sure if you are like me, you are in the thick of it! The conference is drawing near! I am excited to see you all there and get to meet you […]

Conference Hotel is Full

OUR CONFERENCE HOTEL IS FULL. We have reached the limits of our contract with the hotel.  Good news that so many people are attending.  If you are still in need of a room, please go to and search for Portland, Oregon.   On the left side menu, click on: Landmarks: Lloyd Center and Neighborhood: Convention Center – […]

Join NCIEC at CIT Conference

Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2014 Interpreting Education for Tomorrow Cathy Cogen and Dennis Cokely Thurs, 7:00-8:30pm The Contribution of Deaf Interpreters to GATEKEEPING within the Interpreting Profession: Reconnecting with our Roots Anna Witter-Merithew and Carla Mathers Fri, 1:30-3:00pm Poster Session: Defining Essentials: Creation of an Annotated Bibliography for Healthcare Interpreters and Interpreter Educators Loriel Dutton and […]