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Boise State Student Translators Share Their Talents With Make-A-Wish Idaho

BY: ANNA WEBB   PUBLISHED 3:19 PM / APRIL 17, 2018 Make-A-Wish Idaho, a nonprofit that provides meaningful experiences for children facing life-threatening medical conditions, recently partnered with 22 students from Boise State’s Spanish 381 Introduction to Court Interpretation class to translate … (Read More) Boise State Student Translators Share Their Talents With Make-A-Wish Idaho

Fátima Cornwall Participates in Winter Retreat for Spanish Court and Medical Interpreters in Antigua, Guatemala

Fátima Cornwall Spanish Language Coordinator Department of World Languages College of Arts and Sciences In March, Fátima Cornwall joined 12 fellow Spanish court-certified interpreters from across the United States, and attended the Winter Retreat for Spanish Court and Medical Interpreters … (Read More) Fátima Cornwall Participates in Winter Retreat for Spanish Court and Medical Interpreters in Antigua, Guatemala

Second Annual Hispanic Film Festival Takes Place February 22nd though March 9th

The Second Annual Hispanic Film Festival will take place February 22nd through March 9th. This year the movies selected portraits different social and political issues such as gender equality, political repression, homophobia, drug trafficking, political refugees, colonialism, minorities and marginalized … (Read More) Second Annual Hispanic Film Festival Takes Place February 22nd though March 9th

Fátima Cornwall, Amber Hoye, and Kelly Arispe Present at ACTFL Conference in Nashville

Fátima Cornwall, Amber Hoye, Kelly Arispe Department of World Languages College of Arts and Sciences Fátima Cornwall, Spanish language coordinator, and Amber Hoye, World Languages Resource Center director, delivered a one-hour presentation titled “Best of PNCFL: A Teacher’s Toolbox: Comprehensible … (Read More) Fátima Cornwall, Amber Hoye, and Kelly Arispe Present at ACTFL Conference in Nashville

Teresa Boucher Publishes Translation of “Cartas de Amor de un Sexagenario Voluptuoso” by Miguel Delibes

Teresa Boucher Professor Department of World Languages College of Arts and Sciences Spanish author Miguel Delibes was born and died in the same city: Valladolid, Spain. Yet in the span of 80 years, he was a professor, father of seven, … (Read More) Teresa Boucher Publishes Translation of “Cartas de Amor de un Sexagenario Voluptuoso” by Miguel Delibes

World Languages Alumna, Diana Arbiser, Obtains American Translators Association (ATA) Certification

Diana Arbiser, Boise State University alumna, recently obtained the American Translators Association (ATA) Certification for translation from English into Spanish becoming the fourth person in the state to hold this accolade, and the only one to be both a federal … (Read More) World Languages Alumna, Diana Arbiser, Obtains American Translators Association (ATA) Certification

Fatima Cornwall Participates in Duolingo Focus Group

Fatima Cornwall Spanish Language Coordinator Department of World Languages College of Arts and Sciences Fatima Cornwall was one of 12 university language instructors invited to attend a one-day focus group at Duolingo headquarters in Pittsburgh Oct. 27.The textbook publishing company Pearson and Duolingo … (Read More) Fatima Cornwall Participates in Duolingo Focus Group

Kelly Arispe Publishes Article in Language Learning and Technology

Kelly Arispe Assistant Professor, Spanish Department of World Languages College of Arts and Sciences Kelly Arispe and co-author Jack Burston from Cyprus University of Technology recently published an article in Language Learning and Technology, titled “Making it personal: Performance- based assessments, … (Read More) Kelly Arispe Publishes Article in Language Learning and Technology

Adrian Kane Participates in “The Sun Also Rises” Panel during Annual Hemingway Festival in Ketchum, Idaho

Five faculty members participated in the annual Hemingway Festival in Ketchum, Sept. 8-10.  Mac Test, Adrian Kane and Stacey Guill created a panel to discuss aspects of Hemingway’s “The Sun Also Rises,” and Mitch Wieland and Clyde Moneyhun led discussions of the … (Read More) Adrian Kane Participates in “The Sun Also Rises” Panel during Annual Hemingway Festival in Ketchum, Idaho

Kelly Arispe Presents Paper at EUROCALL Conference

Kelly Arispe Assistant Professor of Spanish World Languages Kelly Arispe presented a paper at the EUROCALL conference in Southampton, England, on Aug. 25. The title of her presentation was “Meeting the advanced-level oral proficiency challenge with ubiquitous technology and performance-based … (Read More) Kelly Arispe Presents Paper at EUROCALL Conference