Erica Alley standing in front of projection of program description

Masters in Interpreter Studies and Communication Equity

Paula Gajewski Mickelson points to results of program

Paula Gajewski Mickelson lays out program objectives

On one of the lunch breaks, the CATIE Center invited symposium attendees to consider a new Master’s program that they are starting in the summer of 2016.  Erica Alley (pictured above), who will be directing the program, and Paula Gajewski Mickelson explained the new program.  A Masters in Interpreter Studies and Communication Equity (MAISCE), it will be rooted in St. Catherine’s commitment to social justice and equity and will provide an opportunity to:

  • “Strengthen the expertise needed for leadership roles,
  • “Create  new opportunities for specialization,
  • “Enhance understanding of communication equity issues  &
  • “Develop strategies for positive change.”

If you are interested in more information, you can check out this web site.