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ASL Student Activities

February 11, 2022

ASL-English interpreting students provided a translation for the Department of Performing Arts production of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure on 22 February 2018 in the Brooks Theatre.  Pictured here are Jen Florian (senior) and Paige Jordan (senior) translating a part of the performance.
ASL-English interpreting students provided a translation for the Department of Performing Arts production of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure on 22 February 2018 in the Brooks Theatre.  Pictured here are Kaeley Swofford (junior) and  Jen Florian (senior) translating a scene on opening night.
Clemson University Educational Interpreting students attending the 2018 South Carolina Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf conference in Hilton Head, South Carolina from 23-25 February 2018.  Amongst interpreters from across South Carolina Pictured here are Rachel Jones (junior), Jen Florian (senior), Kaeley Swofford (junior), Greg Morris (junior), and Paige Jordan (senior) discussing semantics and pragmatics of American Sign Language (ASL).
Clemson University Educational Interpreting students attending the 2018 South Carolina Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf conference in Hilton Head, South Carolina from 23-25 February 2018.  Pictured here are Savannah Klosowski (senior), Paige Jordan (senior), Lawrence Reed (alumni), Hallie Simmons (alumni), Professor Jason Hurdich (faculty) and Chloe Cardwell (alumni) discussing managing power and privilege as interpreters.


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