University of Connecticut Interpreting Services (UCIS) cultivates universal inclusion and meaningful access by ensuring a comprehensively accessible educational environment for d/Deaf and hard of hearing students, faculty, staff, and visitors through the provision of exceptional communication access services, leading technologies, community-building enterprises, and educational programming that respond to the dynamic academic, professional, and cultural demands of a public research university.
- UCIS and ASL Open House 2019This year, UConn Interpreting Services will be about the new ASL major and developments within our interpreting services on October 3rd from 4 PM to 7 PM located in the Heritage Room (fourth floor of Homer Babbidge Library). All are welcomed to RSVP on our Facebook (@UConnInterpretingServices) or by email at email@example.com. Hope to see […]
- New American Sign Language Studies MajorAmerican Sign Language studies major announced for Fall 2020 A Daily Campus Article by Rachel Philipson on April 29, 2019 Last Wednesday, the University of Connecticut Board of Trustees approved of a new American Sign Language Studies major beginning in the fall of 2020. The decision has been a long time coming—the initial […]
- Daily Campus Profile on the Deaf community at UConn“I interpret for the Deaf and the Hearing”: A Profile on the Deaf community at UConn A Daily Campus Article By Rachel Philipson on April 29, 2019 Whether an American Sign Language interpreter is signing in front of thousands of people or over a video call, an interpreter is there to help communication […]