Projects, Soccer and a Future Scientist!

Hey everyone!

These past weeks have been full of presentations and projects! I have been busy preparing for our K-12 Interpreting Panel in my Practical and Ethical Applications Interpreting class. We are having several panels featuring interpreters who work in different domains like K-12, medical, video relay, deaf interpreters, etc. I am really excited to meet working interpreters and to pick their brains about what they do out in the field! Personally I am interested in K-12 and medical interpreting, so this is a great opportunity for me!

This past weekend my club team won both of our games against Geneseo and Canisius college! Both were hard fought games and worth the drive! 

On top of everything I do here at RIT, I also work as a student assistant to Erin Kane in the NTID Office of Admissions to coordinate visitors’ schedules. One of my favorite parts of the job is when my boss brings her kids to work! This past weekend I got to hang out with a future scientist! Take a look! 

Future Scientist

I always love when this scientist drops into the office! I’ll catch up with you all soon! Next time I’ll share some of my favorite ways to de-stress here on campus!

About Brianna

Major: American Sign Language-English Interpretation Hometown: Frederick, Maryland Why I chose RIT: I chose RIT because it provides me with everything I need and it matches my identity. As a CODA (Child of Deaf Adults), I fit in with both the deaf and hearing communities; RIT is the best of both worlds. Clubs/Activities: Student Interpreter at the Department of Access Services & Senior Resident Advisor in the Residence Halls Hobbies/Interests: I love to stay active by biking, swimming, hiking and playing soccer. What I like best about RIT: I love that there is always something to do and people to meet. No day is ever the same! Favorite T.V. Shows: “Grey's Anatomy” Fun fact about me: I'm a CODA.

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