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Theses from 2021

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The Black Perspective: A Need for Representation and Inclusion in ASL/English Interpreter Training Programs, Jordyn Beal

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K-12 Educational Online Job Posts: Titles, Descriptions, and Qualifications, Anne Carlson

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Shared Trauma: Implications for Signed Language Interpreters, Shelby Champlin

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Looking Forward: COVID-19 and its Impact on Working Interpreters, Kelsey McKibbin

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Interpreters and Aphasia, Emily Mota

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A Work in Progress: Establishing, Growing, and Maintaining Working Relationships Between Educational Interpreters and their Administrators, Kallie Rank

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How Massage Therapy Affects Educational Interpreters, Sarah Ray

Theses from 2020

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Beauty and the Butch: The Lesbian Interpreter, Stephanie Ehrlich

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Beyond Theory: Simulation and Role-play in Interpreter Education, Cameo Hunsaker

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Cultivating Confidence: Embodying Self-Esteem and Self-Efficacy in Novice Signed Language Interpreters, Kiarah Moore

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Trends in Teaching Pre-Assignment Preparation Strategies in ASL-English Interpreter Education Programs, David M. Rice

Theses from 2019

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The Importance of Voice and the Power of Narrative: Developing a Workshop for Sign Language Interpreters, Ali Ann Artis

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Unlocking the Mysteries of DeafBlind Interpreting, Krystle A. Chambers

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Improving Professional Relationships in the Classroom: Teachers and Interpreters Working Together, Brittany C. LeGal

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Initial Understandings of the Perceptions to the Self-Efficacy in Interpreters Working in K-12: Potential Underlying Factors, Angela L. O'Bleness

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Does the Use of TAPs Impact a Final Interpreted Product: A Self-study, Stacey Stevens

Theses from 2018

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The good, the bad, and the ugly: Students report on experiences with instructors in interpreter education programs, Ann Adamiak

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Developing bilingualism in interpreting students, Amelia Bowdell

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Communicative equality: Needs assessment of sign language interpreters in South Dakota, Cyndi Fisher

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Accessibility of static materials: A case study of a web-based examination, Sarah C. Hafer

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Safe/unsafe: the impact of horizontal violence, microaggressions, and decision making control on ASL/English interpreters, Sarah Hill

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Called to service and finding a purpose: A mixed-method study of signed language interpreters volunteering in church and religious settings, Jennifer Kinnamon

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Quality of life for deafblind individuals: Comparing the effect of living with and without support service providers, Sheridan K. Lachney

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Interpreter educators in the United States: Teaching, research, and practice, Sandra L. Maloney

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The business of interpreting: The ins and outs of independent contracting as a freelance interpreter, Andrea Rehkopf

Theses from 2017

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Let’s bridge the gap! Cross-cultural mentoring, Royce M. Carpenter

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Supervision in signed language interpreting: Benefits for the field and practitioners, Jenna Curtis

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What is available for potential deaf interpreting students? Obtaining a snapshot of colleges that offer a B.A. or B.S. in Interpreting Studies, Tiffany Green

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Exploring professional identity: a study of American Sign Language/English interpreters, Nicole Harwood

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Perception in American Sign Language interpreted interactions: gender bias and consumer orientation, Colleen Jones

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Inclusive approach for marginalized groups in the interpreting field, Kristeena Martinez

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African American interpreters in the video relay service setting, Taiwo A. Olopade

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The role of emotional intelligence in signed language interpreting, Brenda Puhlman

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General overview of the Puerto Rican signed language interpreter, Katia Y. Rivera

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An investigation of student perception how to better prepare signed language/English interpreters for the real world, Darlene K. Wilbeck

Theses from 2016

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Mentoring: fostering the profession while mitigating the gap, Kimberly A. Boeh

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When there are no words: ASL/English interpreter practices with alingual and semi-lingual deaf immigrant children, Roselia M. Fichera-Lening

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Heritage signers: language profile questionnaire, Su K. Isakson

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Moving toward allyship: a current climate of agent skill sets of hearing ASL-English interpreters, Jessica Minges

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Expanding the collective narrative: exploring the experiences of American Sign Language/English interpreters of Asian heritage, Christine Nakahara

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Deaf interpreter education: stories and insights shared by working deaf interpreters and deaf interpreting students, Jeremy Rogers

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Secondary educational interpreters: role ambiguity and role strain, Rhoda Smietanski

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Roles, conflicts, and disclosures: American Sign Language/English interpreters’ adherence to best practices in legal settings, Sonja W. Smith

Theses from 2015

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Act like a lady: the impact of gender identity on American Sign Language – English interpreters, Grace B. Artl

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Current practices: pre-admission assessment of American Sign Language and English language competency in interpreter education programs, Cari A. Carter

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Interpreter competencies in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics as identified by deaf professionals, Christopher Grooms

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Job satisfaction, role strain, burnout, and self-care among American Sign Language/English interpreters, Carrie Humphrey

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Are we here for the same reason? Exploring the motivational values that shape the professional decision making of signed language interpreters., Audrey Ramirez-Loudenback

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Deaf-hearing interpreter teams: navigating trust in shared space, Laurie Reese Reinhardt

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Navigating language variety: ASL/English interpreters “giving voice” to African American/black deaf signed language users, Nicole Shambourger

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Persistence of African-American/black signed language interpreters in the United States: the importance of culture and capital, Erica West Oyedele

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Heritage learner to professional interpreter: who are deaf-parented interpreters and how do they achieve professional status?, Amy Williamson

Theses from 2014

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Video relay service interpreting: interpreters’ authority, agency, and autonomy in the process of ethical decision making, Kathleen C. Holcombe

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The transition from participation to facilitation of supervision: an autoethnography, Daniel V. Maffia

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The rural interpreter: perspectives on professional development and professional partnerships, Erin Trimble

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Social workers’ cultural competency with deaf clients: a continuing education module, Audrey W. Ulloa

Theses from 2013

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Changes in community contact characteristics in interpreter education, Vicki Darden

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The stories interpreters tell, Peter Flora

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Keeping it vague: a study of vague language in an American sign language corpus and implications for interpreting between American Sign Language and English, Daniel J. Greene

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Do we play well with others? Personalities and interpersonal interactions among signed language interpreters, Sarah L. Hewlett

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Interpreting in Iowa, AmyRuth McGraw

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Real-world shock: transition shock and its effect on new interpreters of American Sign Language and English, Stephanie A. Meadows

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What’s missing? Mentee training seminars for students of interpreter training programs, Samantha J. Paradise

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Current teaming practices in video relay service, Stacey L. Rainey

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Professional project curriculum development: experiential learning in interpreter education programs, Marisa J. Ruiz

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مترجمة : a case study of an Arabic/Jordanian sign language (liu) interpreter in Jordan, Erin Trine

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Self-care in the field of interpreting, Amy Lyn Zenizo

Theses from 2012

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Do we eat our young and one another? Horizontal violence among signed language interpreters, Emily K. Ott