Doctoral Student Profile
Keith Gamache, Jr.
Ph.D., Interpretation, Gallaudet University
M.A.T., Teaching Liberal Studies, Lewis and Clark College
B.A., History, Brigham Young University
Impact of varying ASL proficiency in interpretation, ASL Studies/Interpreting Studies correlation for effective practices, use of referential space and interpretation, a third translation model: CDIs role in interpretation
Selected Publications and Presentations
Gamache, K. (2014). Raising the bar in teaching excellence: Use of classroom discourse observation (CDO). Presentation given at Deaf Studies Today Conference, Utah Valley University. Orem, Utah.
Gamache, K. (2012). Classifiers and use of space. Presentation given at the Retreat of the Utah Interpreting Program Interpreter Consumer Advocacy Network (ICAN). Salt Lake City, Utah.
Gamache, K. (2004). The role of etymology and evolution in the study of American Sign Language, Conference Proceedings for Deaf Studies Today, 170-181. Orem, Utah.