Sarah Hewlett

NTT Instructor, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies

503-838-9124 | hewletts@wou.edu
RWEC 145

At WOU since

06/22/2009

Course schedule

Fall 2019
CRNCourseTitleTimesLocation
10159 INT441 THEORY PROCESS OF INTRPRTNG IV TR 1000-1150 RWEC 108
10158 INT441 THEORY PROCESS OF INTRPRTNG IV TR 1200-1350 RWEC 108

Vitae

Education

M.A. in Interpreting Studies at Western Oregon University

B.A. in Educational Interpreting at University of Arizona

Professional experience

Sarah Hewlett moved to Oregon in 2008 to start her interpreting career, and began teaching in the ASL/English Interpreting Program in the Fall of 2013. Prior to that, WOU was still her home as a staff interpreter, and she is happy to say that Western is her happy place. Sarah has 7 years of interpreting experience in a variety of settings, but Post-Secondary work and theatre have become her passions. She is a mother of two young hobbits, also called children, and works as a photographer on the side.

Undergraduate courses taught

INT 254 – Intro to the Profession of Interpreting (3 credits)
INT 341 – Theory and Process of Interpreting II (4 credits)
INT 342 – Theory and Process of Interpreting III (4 credits)
INT 406 – Individual Study (1 credit)
INT 407 – NIC Prep (1 credit)
INT 410 – Internship (12 credits)
INT 441 – Theory and Process of Interpreting IV (4 credits)
INT 441 IV – Theory and Process of Interpreting IV (4 credits)
INT 442L – Theory and Process of Interpreting V Lab (1 credit)
TPD 456 – 1st & 2nd Language Acquisition (3 credits)
INT 466 – Interpreting in Post Secondary Settings (3 credits)




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