The Translation and Interpreting Program strives to let students experience the joys, master the challenges, and reap the professional rewards of Translation and Interpreting. The program currently features several initiatives:
*Translation and Interpreting Certificate (undergraduate OSU students)
• Offers all OSU undergraduate students with intermediate competency in a language other than English the opportunity to earn a Translation and Interpreting (T&I) Certificate (12 credit hours).
• To declare for the T&I Certificate, contact Emily Carpenter (ASC Advising, email@example.com)
*Translation and Interpreting Courses (undergraduate and graduate students)
• Core courses in “Introduction to Professional Translation” (CLLC 5101) and “Introduction to Literary Translation” (CLLC 5102) are offered by the members of the T&I Faculty Working Group at least once every academic year.
• A T&I capstone practicum course (CLLC 5103) is typically offered every semester.Through a real-world project of their choice, students gain practical experience and professionalize themselves in their specific area of T&I interest under the supervision of designated mentors in on and off-campus settings.
• For more information about the offerings of these courses, contact Prof. Patricia Sieber(DEALL/T&I Director, firstname.lastname@example.org).
*Lectures and Workshops Across Languages (Public)
To promote opportunities for students to connect with working T&I scholars and professionals, the Translation and Interpreting Program:
• Collaborates with units across campus to hold lectures, workshops, and conferences to share new perspectives that enrich teaching, research, and learning in Translation and Interpreting.
• To propose or publicize T&I-related lectures and events, please contact Prof. Paul Reitter(GLLemail@example.com) and Prof. Johanna Sellman (NELCfirstname.lastname@example.org).
*A Bi-weekly E-Newsletter (Public)
• For all the latest T&I events and features, sign up for our e-newsletter “WordWise” here(published every two to three weeks during fall and spring semesters).
• For archived issues featuring students with interests in T&I across many different languages, see here.