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About Patty Gordon

Patty Gordon holds a Master of Liberal Studies from the University of Minnesota, a BA in ASL Linguistics from Metropolitan State University and Certificates in Teaching ASL/Interpreting and Mentoring from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She is a nationally certified interpreter holding a Certificate of Interpretation, Certificate of Transliteration and National Interpreting Certification from the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. She also holds a 4.7/5 score on the Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment.
Professor Gordon has been a faculty member (adjunct and full time) in St. Catherine University's ASL and Interpreting department for over 15 years. With Doug Bowen-Bailey, she co-created an ongoing course series (Training interpreters in Public Schools: TIPS) for educational interpreters working to enhance their classroom skills and testing scores. Directed through the federally funded TASK 12 project at Utah State University, the TIPS program has facilitated 17 cohorts through the three-course sequence.</p><p>An interpreter in private practice for 30 years, Professor Gordon specializes in healthcare, community and performing arts settings. She also has a consulting and training business where she provides translation and assessment services as well as mentoring and mentor training.

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Present Assistant Professor, ASL and Interpreting, St. Catherine University ASL and Interpreting Department
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