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Dante’s "Divine Comedy" (the trilogy that includes Inferno, Purgatory, and Paradise) is a true classic that people have appreciated for over a hundred years. In addition, her book Fierce Feminine Divinities of Eurasia and Latin America: Baba Yaga, Kali, Pombagira, and Santa Muerte was nominated for the Sarasvati Award in Women Spirituality. Each awardee was selected by a faculty member based on his or her achievement in Spanish, Italian, French, Chinese, Russian, Japanese, Korean, German, Media Studies, Linguistics, or Comparative Studies in the Humanities. Alejandro Patricio Mendoza, a business major who was awarded in Italian and German, identifies both Spanish and English as his native languages.
Nummikoski, who is stepping down as chair, was also awarded for her 15 years of service and dedication to the Modern Languages Department and received a much-deserved standing ovation. Students and their families filled the Denman Ballroom in the University Center for the event and reception. A Tale of Lost Time, a musical play, will be performed at UTSA by the Russian Children's Theatre of Houston (Radost) on April 23 at the Buenva Vista Theater on the downtown campus.
Performed in Russian entirely by children, this unique event can be entertaining for all -- even those who do not speak Russian. Radost has staged a number of plays including The Wizard of Oz, The Adventures of Pinocchio, and Winnie the Pooh and has performed throughout the United States. The Buena Vista Theater is located at the UTSA Downtown Campus at the intersection of Buena Vista and South Frio Streets. Born and raised in Mexico until the age of fourteen, Dávila then immigrated to California where she graduated from South Tahoe High School in 1996.
Aside from being a dedicated researcher, Dávila is one of three recipients that have won the National Association for Judicial Interpreters and Translators (NAJIT) 2016 Scholar Award Program.
Dávila hopes to be an inspiration to young Hispanics and encourage them to pursue higher education. Over 175 undergraduate and graduate students who have excelled in their foreign language studies in Spanish, French, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, German, Italian, or Linguistics during the past academic year will receive awards. The first couple of years as a fourth grade teacher, Forde’s students were producing low test results which encouraged her to introduce a new teaching technique, the Forde-Ferrier Mastery Method. Forde eventually developed a translated version of the different workshops to help students practice their Spanish skills.
This process became very time consuming – creating, translating, and editing the product from English to Spanish.
The long term goal of Forde-Ferrier is to provide its products and services to schools all across the nation. The course had been covering the history of German immigration to Texas and its cultural context.
At the ITC the class drew on the exhibit displaying German immigration history to expand its knowledge of migration patterns, education, music, religion, and German clubs in Texas.
Following the visit, some students completed the experience with a visit to Schilo’s German deli to eat Kartoffelpuffer, Braunschweiger, and Streuselkuchen. Students of Intermediate Italian I presented research in Italian on works of art by Italian artists at the McNay Art Museum here in San Antonio.
Italian is spoken on five continents, and  is the official language of six countries, including Italy, of course, Switzerland, Ethiopia, Somalia, Croatia and Slovenia. Also known as the Spring Festival, this 15-day celebration marks the beginning of the Chinese New Year and ends with the traditional Lantern Festival.
Scholarships from the Carlos and Malú Alvarez International Study Fund will be available for all participants.
Fukuda is a Senior Lecturer and coordinator of the UTSA Department of Modern Languages and Literatures Japanese Program and Romanowich is a Lecturer of Japanese.
At the Hispanic Linguistics Symposium at the University of Illinois, Chappell presented "The Importance of Motivated Comparisons in Variationist Studies" on September 25.
UTSA students and faculty from Chinese Elementary and Intermediate classes gathered at the University Center to celebrate the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival 2015 in September.
The Chinese Mid-autumn Festival is an important traditional holiday celebrated by ethnic Chinese and Vietnamese people throughout the world. The Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S.
SSTI’s mission is to support research and to develop curricula for the profession and related fields by funding and producing research that supports best practices in legal translation and interpretation in order to become a universally recognized source of information, statistics, and research on translation and interpreter issues. Wallaces research focuses on indicators of aptitude on court interpreter certification exams, interpreter and translator training, and policy innovations as language access activism. The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures is supporting the new undertaking by providing studio space in McKinney and equipment for filming and editing.

International Translation Day is celebrated every year on the 30th of September in commemoration of the feast of St. In observance of this internationally-recognized day for bringing visibility to a profession that is becoming increasingly vital in our era of globalization this public colloquium will provide an opportunity to examine the role of language mediation in our everyday lives, with an emphasis on languages in contact in South Texas and the importance of language access to healthcare and the justice system. The colloquium, which aims to raise awareness of the crucial role that interpreters and translators play in a global community, will combine presentations by leading researchers in Texas followed by a panel discussion led by experienced Texas translators, interpreters, and policy makers.
Audiovisual translation as a valuable integration tool for the vision and hearing impaired (Dr. The colloquium, which is free and open to everyone, will be held on Wednesday, September 30 at 6 p.m.
For more information, contact Melissa Wallace, Assistant Professor of Spanish Translation and Interpreting Studies, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at UTSA, phone 210-458-5317. How does the sociopolitical status of the languages spoken in a bilingual community contribute to the languages' use and structure? Audiovisual translation is aimed at making audiovisual products accessible to all receivers. This practical presentation offers a snapshot of the job market for bilinguals, especially interpreters and translators. HB 233 of the 81st Texas Legislature created an Advisory Committee to establish and recommend qualifications for healthcare interpreters and translators in Texas. The Office of Undergraduate Research is offering financial aid opportunities for qualifying undergraduate students.
There are an expected 15 research, internship opportunities expected to be available every semester. Research Scholarship: The Office of Undergraduate Research offers first-time researchers scholarships ranging from long semester awards ($1000 each) or summer awards ($2000). A German TV station visited San Antonio in order to to film UTSA student Alma Ochoa riding the new Batman roller coaster at Six Flags.
In keeping with UTSA’s mission of community engagement and public service, the Graduate Certificate in Spanish Translation and Interpreting Studies program has recently developed new practicum opportunities with three new community partners in the city of San Antonio, allowing emerging translators and interpreters to gain real-world practice. Practicum students at the Kendall County Women’s Shelter in Boerne will translate written documents for victims of domestic violence, while American Gateways, an organization which serves men, women and children currently held in detention centers who are seeking asylum in the United States, will offer students the opportunity to translate the personal narratives of detainees in order to support their applications for asylum.
Current or prospective students who are interested in these opportunities should contact Dr. Enabling JavaScript in your browser will allow you to experience all the features of our site. The fact that it is a classic doesn’t mean every reader will breeze through it with no problem at all. Shortly after moving to Texas, Dávila attended Alamo College where she earned a degree in Liberal Arts.
This scholarship allows her to attend the annual conference held May 13-15 this year in San Antonio. She is passionate about the practice of translation and interpreting, but is equally aware of the need to advance her academic skills at the service of the profession. Her dedication to her studies and research have continued to present countless academic opportunities. Christopher Wickham, Professor of German, will serve as master of ceremonies and entertainment will be provided by the Spanish, Chinese, and Korean Clubs. Following her move, Forde transferred to UTSA where she earned a B.A in Interdisciplinary Studies and fulfilled her dream of becoming a teacher. A few of her books include, Ultimate Math Series grades 1-2-3-4-5, STAAR Bright Reading grades 2-3-4-5, STAAR Write Writing Editing and Revision grades 3-4-7, STAAR Writing Prompts grade 4, and STAAR Write Writing Test book grade 4. Whitney Chappell, Assistant Professor of Spanish Linguistics, recently presented her research at UT Austin, the University of Illinois, and UTSA’s International Translation Day. The presentation examined the effect both social prestige and legal status have on the Spanish and English spoken in the United States, with a focus on language use and language attitudes in San Antonio. The celebration is held on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month each year, and is an important time for reunion with friends and family. Melissa Wallace has been granted the Fulbright – University of Tampere Scholar Award by the Fulbright Scholar Program and will be spending the spring 2016 semester in Tampere, the third largest city in Finland. First opened to active members of the Finnish Association of Translators and Interpreters (SKTL) at the Universities of Tampere, Helsinki and Turku, Principles (which has since expanded to two other universities) bridges the academy and the profession, and thus invites examination and possibly importation to US universities. Melissa Wallace has been appointed to the national board of the Society for the Study of Translation and Interpretation (SSTI), the educational and research wing of NAJIT (National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators). She is an active appointed member of the Standards and Training Committee of the National Council on Interpreting in Health Care (NCIHC), and is co-lead on the Webinars Work Group of the NCIHC’s Home for Trainers initiative. This presentation explores the effect both social prestige and legal status have on the Spanish and English spoken in the United States, with a focus on language use and language attitudes in San Antonio. This is so, in part, because the idea of nationality has become integrally linked to language, hence the motto "one state, one nation, one language." This idea is alive and well in the United States.

Through interlinguistic translation, audiovisual translators dub or subtitle films, video games or mobile applications so that foreign addressees can understand them. This Advisory Committee has met for the past six years to develop these recommendations under the auspices of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission.
Helmerichs’ expertise in language access policy and training transcends the borders of Texas as her expertise is often sought at the state, national and international levels. Faculty or units can choose top-performing students or advertise their position on Rowdy Jobs through the UTSA Career Center.
Melissa Wallace, Associate Professor of Translation and Interpreting Studies in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at UTSA or call the department at 210-458-4377.
Although distant geographically, these divine figures are surprisingly similar–representing concepts of liminality, outsiderhood, and structural inferiority, embodied in the divine feminine. Although these divinities have often been marginalized they continue to be extremely attractive, as they empower their devotees confronting them with the ultimate reality of transience and death. Małgorzata Oleszkiewicz-Peralba is Associate Professor of Latin American Literary and Cultural Studies in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at UTSA. If you need just a little more help with Dante's classic, then let BookCaps help with this simplified study guide!This book contains a comprehension study of Dante's classic work (including chapter summaries for every chapter, and an overview of themes and characters). However, her true passion derives from her ability to translate for others and help them communicate – hence her enrollment to UTSA in 2012. Working for the ELL department at North East Independent School District (NEISD), she was motivated to learn more about it and its value in the classroom. Shortly after, a segment was produced which highlighted the great impact this mastery method has made in classrooms across Texas. Erina Romanowich presented their recent research on Japanese language learning at the Texas Foreign Languages Association (TFLA) conference in Houston in October.
On this festival day, family members gather to appreciate the bright full moon, eat moon cakes, and express strong yearnings toward family members and friends who live near and afar.
While there she will be carrying out research directly related to her line of scholarship in transnational court interpreter education and accreditation. Auditions are planned for next week and the station intends to offer news and entertainment shows as well as sports coverage. However, these professionals also work for specific audiences: those with hearing or sight impairments. This presentation will provide an overview of the recommendations and offer the opportunity for questions and answers. In this presentation, she will share the importance of solidarity, collegiality and activism in a profession that is little understood by both policy makers and the public at large. More information and access to the application can be found on the Office of Undergraduate Research website. These strong, independent, unrestrained figures are connected to the periphery and to magical powers, including power over sexuality, transformation, and death. This scholarly work examines how these sacred icons have been adapted and transformed across time and place. This edition includes a modern translation of the epic poem.We all need refreshers every now and then. Thus began the competition for the most temples, elaborate rituals, and worship festivals in order to attract more followers. Fukuda and Romanowich point out the importance of providing a lot of language input during the early stages of learning a new language. In addition, there are other customs such as playing lanterns, and dragon and lion dances in certain regions in China. Using specialized translation techniques, they provide the deaf and hard of hearing with subtitles that include the dialogs as well as the relevant sounds that they cannot perceive. For citizens who care deeply about fairness and access to healthcare, justice and social services, policy is a realm in which all citizens have a stake and in which we can all participate in order to bring about positive social change. Whether you are a student trying to cram for that big final, or someone just trying to understand a book more, BookCaps can help.
Though the original foundation of Maio Hui has declined due to secularization, it has evolved into a gathering of traditional folk dances, participation in a commercial Chinese market, and enjoying classic Chinese cuisine. In addition, audiovisual translators describe verbally the visual information that the blind and visually impaired cannot see so that they enjoy audiovisual products or events. Currently they are creating online audio books for elementary level Japanese students and conducting research comparing the efficacy of RWL with reading only on reading fluency. This presentation will emphasize this little-known social dimension of audiovisual translation, and will highlight its role as a valuable integration tool.

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