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University of Houston Welcomes New Faculty – ASL Interpreting Program

RespondBy Sharon Hill | Sep.01, 2011 | Filed in: Articles,Community

The University of Houston – ASL Interpreting Program (BA Degree) would like to announce the following new full-time Professors effective Fall 2011:

1. Terrell Brittain, M.S. in Deaf Education and Deaf Studies
2. Sharon G. Hill, MBA, DARS-BEI IV & Master Level

The UH ASLI Department also proudly welcomes Dr. Brian Kilpatrick and Ms. Martha Scribner as Adjunct Professors beginning Fall 2011. Dr. Kilpatrick will be teaching a course entitled Linguistics of ASL. Martha Scribner will be teaching Beginning ASL (ASL 1) and Intermediate ASL (ASL 3). Tracy Knight is also an adjunct Professor at UH and will also be teaching Beginning ASL (ASL 1) and Intermediate ASL (ASL 3).

For detailed information about the UH ASL Interpreting Program, visit

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