Author: Ruth Castillo

CHICATA Conference

Professor Cyril Flerov is invited to speak at the Twenty-Sixth Chicago Conference  On Translation and Interpretation on May 2. The main theme will be professional development and voice training for interpreters. Conference Information: May 2, 2015, 8.30 am–4.40 pm The Talbott Hotel 20 East Delaware Place Chicago, Illinois, 60611 Click on the link below to see […]

TESOL Professor Dr. Heekyeong Lee Published!

Congratulations to Prof. Heekyeong in publishing her co-authored book, Teaching by Principles: An Interactive Approach to Language Pedagogy (4th Edition). You can find it here on Amazon!  

16th Mini-Monterey Model

16th Mini-Monterey  The Mini-Monterey Model is collaborative effort between the Language and Intercultural Program and the Interpretation Practicum class. It includes a set of presentations given by students in the languages that they are studying. The presentations are then simultaneously interpreted by students of interpretation into various languages. The theme this year, presented by the […]

MIIS Student Published!

Susan Spano has been published in the AARP magazine. Spano is a PCMI TESOL student, currently studying in Artashat, Ararat Marz, Armenia.
Congratulations Susan!

Fall Forum!

Are you working towards an international career? Do you dream of representing your country in an international conference? Will you have someone interpreting for you?  Fall Forum, MIIS’s annual interpreting event, is the best occasion to get a feel for what interpretation means as you watch interpreters in action. This year, aspiring interpreters studying […]

MIIS Faculty Lisa Donohoe published

MIIS Faculty Lisa Donohoe Luscombe has recently been published. The article is called Language and identity in a post-Soviet world: language of education and linguistic identity among Azerbaijani students.  Lisa’s article was published by the journal, Nationalities Paper: The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity, and can be found at this link: Congratulations Lisa!

Returned Peace Corps volunteer shares his story

Returned Peace Corps volunteer Adam Garnica recently shared highlights of his two years as an English teacher in Mongolia through the Institute’s Peace Corps Master’s International (PCMI) program. “Summarizing my Peace Corps experience is difficult. I spent two years maintaining my own blog ( to help disseminate my experience, and even then, I find that the stories […]

Upcoming Lectures!

Professor Anthony Pym will have two lectures next month. Ohio State University September 11-12 Lecture and workshop on translation as a model for the revitalization of the humanities   Shanghai University of Finance and Economics September 26-28  Lecture on cognitive research on translation processes

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