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Students in the BAI program conduct research projects in the final semester of their studies prior to graduation. Using video and other data, the students analyze specific features of interpreting or translation and then give a public poster presentation of their findings. Each of the BAI students' names and their projects are provided below.
2017 BAI PostersJoshua Cauley Mid-Sentential Pausing: The Effects of a Shortened Processing Time View poster.
Savannah Hiatt A Gender Comparison of Non-Manual Eyebrow Usage During Platform Interpreting View poster.
India Hitchcock Interpreting Strategies: Medical Terminology from English to American Sign Language View poster. Rodney Lebon Is There Anyone That Speaks Like Me? An Analysis of Video Text Made for Interpreter Education Programs and the Inclusion of People of Color View poster. Aviva Levy Production of Numbers by Deaf Native ASL Signers and Hearing Non-Native Signers View poster. Paris McTizic Black Faculty Matters: Are There Enough Black Faculty in Interpreter Education Programs? View poster. Lauren Mullahey Differentiating Between Depiction Use of Deaf Interpreters and Hearing Interpreters View poster. Tabatha Podleiszek ASL Mouthing vs. English Mouthing Used by Female and Male Interpreter View poster. Billy Sims To be or not to be. An Analysis of "to be" Verbs in English to ASL Interpretation View poster. 2016 BAI Research Poster Presentations2015 BAI Research Poster Presentations
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