The 2019 Annual NETA Conference will take place on Saturday, May 4, 2019. Our theme is Innovation from Within: How Interpreters and Translators Are Shaping the Present and Future of the Field. The 2019 conference will once again take place at UMass Boston. It is held in cooperation with the Latin American and Iberian Studies Department as well as the College of Advancing and Professional Studies Translation Program of the University of Massachusetts Boston.
Jonathan Levy is our keynote speaker and Ewandro Magalhães is our endnote speaker.
Jonathan Levy is a professional educator and language services consultant based in Arizona. His talk is entitled "The Linguist as Analyst: Where Expertise Adds Value."
Ewandro Magalhães is a senior diplomatic interpreter and former chief interpreter of a United Nations agency. He is based in New York City, and his talk is about personal branding for interpreters and translators.
See 2019 Conference>Speakers and Sessions for all other sessions.
Our conference has been approved for these credits:
ATA granted 6 CEUs
CCHI approved 8 interpreting sessions
IMIA approved 9 interpreting sessions (0.90 IMIA CEUs)
Description of academic panels
Conference Book Table
The 2019 conference committee has decided to have a book table again this year where NETA's published translators and authors can display their works.
Don’t miss the opportunity to participate in our book exhibit.
Please contact Milena at email@example.com to submit the names of your titles or for further details.
**Note to all conference attendees - The books displayed are desk copies, they are NOT free to be removed or taken!**
All conference registrants, presenters, sponsors, and exhibitors are invited to a closing reception to end the day.
Events on the Day After - May 5
The ATA certification exam sitting will take place on campus. It is already sold out.
Darinka Mangino and Maha El-Metwally will present a full-day workshop entitled "Long Consec Techniques & Technology" on the UMass campus.