Is Related To
Justice & Security Cluster
On November 7th, 2016, two back-to back 75-minute informational sessions (2:00-3:15pm and 4:00-5:15pm) will be presented on campus in the HUB Hage Room on “Health and Legal Interpretation in Service Agencies and Community Organizations.” The presenter is Interpretation Training Programs’ coordinator and instructor, Florentina Dinu, from SNHAHEC (Southern New Hampshire Area Health Education Center), a NH accredited non-profit organization. Sponsored by the Justice and Security Cluster, this project is the first step to subsequent milestones in a larger interdisciplinary project – to develop and formally propose a Health & Legal Interpretation Training Certificate program, in partnership with SNHAHEC, the Justice and Security Cluster, the Dept. of Languages & Linguistics’ Spanish program, with potential faculty and staff from additional clusters, e.g. Health & Human Enrichment, and other modern languages. Segments of the presentation will be facts and information about interpretation and translation, an interpretation demonstration, a survey distributed and collected regarding attendees’ interest in interpretation and translation programs, and a question & answer period.
Lopez-Mayhew, Barbara, "Presentation - Legal and Health Interpretation Training Programs [Project Proposal]" (2016). Clusters. 234.