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Translation and Interpretation Open House at Denver University - 6/4/07
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Riccardo Schiaffino  Identity Verified
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May 10, 2007

On June 4th from 6 to 8pm, the Translation and Interpretation faculty of University College, Denver University, will host an Open House at the South Renaissance Room, Mary Reed Building on the Denver University campus.

A panel of our T&I faculty will discuss the current state of the T&I professions and will answer questions from the audience.

There will be opportunities for Q&A, program information, and networking.


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Monika Coulson  Identity Verified
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Thanks for the info May 10, 2007

Thank you for letting us know. It is a nice opportiunity, and I hope I will be able to attend. Is there a link for registration? MTIA.

Ciao,
Monika

p.s. I guess since it's an Open House, there won't be a need for registration...

Riccardo Schiaffino wrote:

On June 4th from 6 to 8pm, the Translation and Interpretation faculty of University College, Denver University, will host an Open House at the South Renaissance Room, Mary Reed Building on the Denver University campus.

A panel of our T&I faculty will discuss the current state of the T&I professions and will answer questions from the audience.

There will be opportunities for Q&A, program information, and networking.


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Registration contact info May 10, 2007

Hi Monika:

As regards the open house (June 4th), there is no need for registration.

To participate to the workshops, however, registration is required:


University College Student Services - 303 871-2291

For more information on the workshops (there is going to be eight different ones - I'll post more info in [url:http://aboutranslation.blogspot.com]About Translation[/url]), please contact the Modern Languages program advisor, greg Pickett, at 303 871-2237, or gpickett@du.edu.


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