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Spring 2014 ASL and interpreting senior presentations

Each spring, as part of the capstone Senior Seminar course, graduating American Sign Language and interpreting majors present their research to the public. This year, 1 ASL major and 8 interpreting majors will present on Thursday, May 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Jeanne d’Arc Auditorium on the St. Paul Campus (#17 on the map). The event is free and accessible in both ASL and English.

  • Raechel Lemis '14
    “The Comparison of Fingerspelling in Signed Languages of Different Countries”
  • Katelyn Hering '14
    “Personality and Interpreting”
  • Madison Pertler '14
    “Patterns of Omission”
  • Jacquelyn Gile '14
    “Register and Composure in Formal ASL Interpreting”
  • Nicollette Mosbeck '14
    “Powerful Posing Creates Powerful Interpretations”
  • Christina Nusse '14
    “Interpreting Humor”
  • Sierra Stewart '14
    “Gender and Language in Relation to ASL Interpreting”
  • Bethany Ekstrand '14
    “Flexibility in Linguistic Register and Interpreting”
  • Amber Basile '14
    “The New Olympic Sport, Interpreting: Comparing Athletes to Interpreters”

Fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education, St. Catherine University’s department of American Sign Language and Interpreting is one of the few accredited bachelor degree programs in the country.

May 12, 2014 by Ashley de los Reyes '15

See also: Leadership, Liberal Arts, Students