NTT Lecturer, Deaf Studies & Professional Studies
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At WOU since04/02/2012
Course scheduleFall 2019
|11976||INT619||PROF FIELD EXPERIENCE I||-||ONLINE CRS|
|11917||INT450||THEORY & PRACTICE INTERPRTNG i||MW 1400-1550||RWEC 102|
|11943||INT440||ETHICS DECISION MAKING INTERPR||TR 1000-1150||RWEC 201|
M.A in Interpreting Studies, Western Oregon University, Monmouth, OR.
B.A. in Humanities, Western Oregon University, Monmouth, OR.
AAS in Sign Language Interpretation, Portland State Community College, Portland, Oregon.
Erin Trine received her Master of Arts degree in Interpreting Studies with an emphasis in teaching interpreting from Western Oregon University. She has been signing for 2/3rds of her life and loves that she is part of a rewarding profession that provides her opportunities for constant growth where there is always more to learn. As a language and culture enthusiast, Erin has studied and researched in four countries and she presented her MA research on the reported experiences of an Arabic/Jordanian Sign Language interpreter at the Conference of Interpreter Trainers in 2012 and at the Edinburgh Interpreting Research Summer School at Heriot-Watt University in 2013. She is also co-author of an upcoming chapter in an edited volume on digital education in interpreter education. She has been teaching at Western Oregon University since 2012.
Graduate courses taught
INT 609: Practicum (1-9 credits)
Undergraduate courses taught
INT 330: Theory and Process of Interpreting I
INT 340: Ethics and Decision-Making for Interpreters
INT 409: Practicum (1-9 credits)
INT 410: Internship (12 credits)
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